Kitchen / June 11, 2018 / Laurette Gautier.
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.
Trends change day by day, and it may happen that there will be an amazingly practical and new material right after you purchased your cabinets. The same changes may happen with the production technologies and the features.
Once in place, they will dictate the feel and looks of your cooking haven, and there will be little to do to compensate their functionality if you mess up with them. More often than rare, cabinetry prices are not connected to the looks, and won’t be such a decisive criterion for you to decide whether your kitchen needs it.
Still, if you’ve considered a kitchen island in the first place, remember that you’ll also need to purchase the appropriate sitting, and that can get more daunting than choosing the island at times. You will have to measure the space, compare the style, consider the period, and so on.
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