Kitchen Design / August 28, 2018 / Céline Cary.
Rather than replace the midcentury cabinets, the owner of this home in Citrus Heights, California. Refinished them to reveal their beautiful birch veneer. A turquoise green tile backsplash complements the home’s midcentury style.
While its distinctive look isn’t for everyone, people who love it appreciate its strong patterns and texture, its warm look and its ecofriendliness. Going industrial on a traditional raised-panel door style everyone’s.
The difference is their distinctive apron front, which has a vintage vibe many homeowners love. For a typical sink, the basin can be away from the edge of the countertop, but this sink can sit a bit beyond the counter line.
This is a traditional material that looks authentic in kitchens with a vintage style. For people who love color, the choices are endless. It would be great to have an unlimited budget for a kitchen renovation.