Kitchen Cabinets. Tuesday , March 13th , 2018 - 08:21:13 AM
A Victorian kitchen decorating style is a pretty combination of gracefulness and sturdiness, which is thought to be strange by many people. However, those of you who like wooden furniture and feel really out of place with contemporary furniture, must surely opt for this kind of kitchen decor. This style is all about lark spits, spice tins, sugar nippers, marmalade cutters, brass pots, chinaware, steel kitchen cutlery, cast iron skillets, and wooden cabinets. If you are designing your house and are determined to have a this design, then let me tell you that such kitchens were usually set up in the basement or the outbuilding of the house. The cabinets had movable sideboards and cupboards. Kitchen island and a rustic fireplace were the must haves as well. Cabinets were not inbuilt, and according to the thinking of those days, they should look like a handy furniture. So, make sure you keep these things in mind when you implement these decorating ideas in your home.
Art Pieces: Another way to remodel the kitchen cabinets is by decorating it with various art pieces. If you would visit the local home improvement store you will find many things that help you can use to embellish the kitchen cabinets quite differently. You can paint the cabinets in an artistic manner to get a unique look. You can also use metal art pieces that just need to be paste or fix on to the original cabinet exterior which is sure to change its appearance drastically. You can also install the mirrors on the cabinets for a distinguished look.
The Traditional Theme, A lot of us refuse to succumb to the ever-changing trends in the world of design and wish to stick to the confines of traditional design that we believe defines our personal style. Black is so versatile a color that it can be molded into any design and any theme. As such, incorporate such antique cabinets into your traditional kitchen design. These are actually similar to the ones that have been mentioned in the rustic theme, minus the distressed look. The unique motifs that adorn them, along with the molding and traditional handles, all speak for themselves when used. Use marble, instead of granite, for the ultimate traditional appeal. Incorporate yellow lights and not the contemporary white ones for a warm feel. Combine these cabinets with redwood flooring and some unique colors, and create a unique combination of a traditional-yet-rustic appearance.
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