Published at Monday, 11 June 2018. Kitchen. By Natalia Dillingham.
7. Neutral palettes: Classic kitchens don't possess to be all white. This kitchen mixes stained with painted cabinetry, also even though the "white″ cabinets have a glaze, the easy door style (shaker with a bead moulding) keeps it from going too traditional. The 'subway´ tile here has a bit more color than the classic white that's so popular, but it´s still a classic.
Occasionally it´s the architecture alone that affects a classic kitchen in single direction or any other. Here, classic goes country‐modern with exposed beams also voluminous area. Like you could see, classic‐style kitchens are limited just by your imagination – or the imagination of thousands of designers.
8. Flexibility: What I love about classic kitchens is that they´re chameleons: You could take the same kitchen and completely turn its look by combining in modern bar stools or lighting… or industrial bar stools and lighting… or traditional — you get the idea. Classic could become eclectic by adding modern tile and mixing it with a vintage‐style table and chairs and industrial‐style pendant lights.
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