Published at Tuesday, May 23, 2017, 07:39:28. by Charmayne Bousquet in Kitchen Cabinets.
You can also consider adding a few wall art designs, to create visual accents. You can use stencils or brushes to paint some elegant and small patches of design on the walls. For example, on aqua blue walls, white colored floral stencils and on the white cabinets, aqua colored floral stencil art will create a nice contrast kitchen design and color combination. You can also use wallpapers for a single wall if you want to introduce some interest on the kitchen walls.
The following paragraphs provide you with some important details regarding how to choose such cabinets based on different themes to make your kitchen remodeling project a success.
Simple clean lines that emphasize utility is what the shaker cabinet door is all about. Ideally made from five individual pieces of flat panels, the shaker is the most common door style used for kitchen cabinet doors. It is a classic style, and rest assured it will never go out of style.
Add flair to the cabinets with frosted glass cabinet doors. It is better than clear glass doors as it succeeds from hiding stuff behind it, giving them a hazy appearance. You can use it to camouflage your pots and pans, and is especially beneficial to create a warm, fuzzy atmosphere.
Want your kitchen to emanate an old cottage charm? Opt for distressed cabinet doors to give you an antique look to your home. Preferably made from reclaimed material, the doors and drawers of the cabinet appear old and worn out. New furniture can be given a distressed look by sanding the surface and rubbing a hint of glaze into the wood.
The horizontal slats on the door help keep the cabinet well-ventilated, thus, preventing it from a strong musty smell that occurs over a period of time. They are attractive and stylish, and can accentuate the look of just about any kitchen. It is the preferred choice for storing appliances that require ventilation.
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