Kitchen Cabinets / April 2, 2018 / Bianca Bouchard.
Green pops off the wall in this gray and wood kitchen in Melbourne, Australia. In part because of its dynamic color variation and uneven border.
We've mentioned in another ideabook that these look great on Shaker-style cabinets. But as you can see, this is a very versatile design that works well on many different door styles. Are you confused by all the options out there in kitchen lighting. When it comes to creating the illumination you need to prep, cook and dine.
The mosaic in a New York kitchen is made up of broken china. In a sweet and sentimental touch, the material over the range is primarily the homeowner’s own grandmother’s china.
But in recent years, its green cred and retro cool look have caught the attention of ecoconscious consumers and style savants. It's perfect for old-fashioned cottages and midcentury interiors. Sustainably harvested and all natural, cork has grown in popularity in recent years.