Kitchen / June 24, 2018 / Laurette Gautier
Living the final decision in your hands, we’d probably recommend you to go for a monochromatic kitchen-living room combo, and avoid sharp and striking wall divisions, or incompatible color schemes. At the end of the day, why would you plan a combo if you intend to divide it.
The modern farmhouse style takes the place of the basic Shaker kitchen we’ve seen since (precise date: 2004) and is a super fresh look! Open shelving in contrasting colors, lighter finishes in quartersawn oak cabinetry or painted cabinetry in soft whites, reclaimed-like wood elements with clean lines and a pleasing less-is-more approach. An inset door construction with slab door and drawer fronts in quartersawn oak is ideal for a modern farmhouse look.
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