Published at Sunday, August 25th 2019, 15:37:33 PM by Adolphus Ludwig. Kitchen Cabinets. If you need a spark in your kitchen cabinet paint colors, why not go for yellow? Yellow is a bold color, and it can make your space bright, sunny, and happy. Imagine walking into your kitchen and having a glimpse of the golden sun. There’s never a cloudy day at your home!
Published at Sunday, August 25th 2019, 15:37:35 PM by Clovis Lang. Kitchen Cabinets. Homeowners are no longer satisfied with cookie-cutter kitchen designs. They want something unique that builds character and personality or provides a bold statement. Color is one of the most effective ways to take notice. A different color of paint on your cabinets can make all the difference and separate you from the pack. Manufacturing companies are taking notice too. Even though they provide the latest and greatest finish colors, they are still appealing to the masses. So, they have teamed up with paint companies to provide a limitless array of color for you to be inspired by.
Published at Sunday, August 25th 2019, 15:37:36 PM by Darek Seidel. Kitchen Cabinets. The appeal? Neutral color, dimension & texture, and newfound soft luxury that can be layered into any space creating a blended balance. Oak cabinetry is versatile in its look from seaside or French cottage, clean modern simplicity or a common rustic look. Often creating a connection to the natural element. This is why oak, despite its stigma with the past, is becoming more popular option in cabinetry construction. Manufacturers are crafting a variety of interesting door styles–from recessed panels to flat slabs with an inset detail and finishes using oak. You can use oak in its natural color or opt to give it a coat of paint. Shades of black, blue, & grey seem to be a rising favorite for homeowners.
Published at Wednesday, August 21st 2019, 15:41:10 PM. freestanding pantry By Adolphus Ludwig. Like our Colonial predecessors, modern households maintain stockpiles of provisions, merging the store-bought with the homegrown and homemade. When kitchens and dining rooms can no longer cope, the pantry emerges as an accommodating storage collaborator.
Published at Wednesday, August 21st 2019, 15:41:09 PM. freestanding pantry By Waldo Gaertner. Plus, if you use a sturdy cabinet, it can later be moved to a new home more easily than a true built-in. Just be sure to anchor it carefully.
Published at Wednesday, August 21st 2019, 15:41:09 PM. tall pantry By Darek Seidel. Consider giving this pantry cabinet its own finish (like the beautiful soft blue-gray pictured here) to act as an accent. This is also a clever way to avoid having to match a newly added pantry to existing cabinets.
Published at Wednesday, August 21st 2019, 15:41:08 PM. portable island By Landra Schuster. This surface allows you to prepare bulky items like dough, or transfer foods from the oven to cool before serving. Its height is usually at the waist level or higher.
Published at Wednesday, August 21st 2019, 15:41:07 PM. kraftmaid island By Clotilda Fischer. This surface allows you to prepare bulky items like dough, or transfer foods from the oven to cool before serving. Its height is usually at the waist level or higher.
Published at Wednesday, August 21st 2019, 15:41:07 PM. snaidero cabinets By Winola Ziegler. Pastel makes light gray pop! You can find sophisticated gray to fit any taste, and it’s one of the easiest and safest way to style. Add your favorite hue of pastel, and you’re good to go! This kitchen cabinet color scheme is a favorite for those who want to stay minimal, yet want a pop of color on their kitchen.
Published at Wednesday, August 21st 2019, 15:41:06 PM. deep pantry By Adolphus Ludwig. This utilitarian pantry was sited in the center of the home, reserving view-facing walls for the main living areas. The architect included a leaded glass window in one of the pantry’s interior walls, connecting the space to the home’s light and views. “Even if you are in the pantry opening a bottle of wine surrounded by interior walls, you can peer out the window and see through the home toward the lake,” explains Laskoske.