Gray kitchen cabinets, for example, look stylish in most situations and help give the room a balanced look. Create a cohesive décor by matching the appliances with the cabinetsVery subtle shades of gray look good in country-style kitchens.
Let’s say you’re quite invested in this type of look and you’d like to adopt it for your own kitchen. You don’t necessarily have to replace your old cabinets with new ones to get the look. You can just give them a makeover or you can use solid cabinets together with glass front cabinets for a contrasting look that has a big visual impact.
Even though transparent glass is the most widely available, it shows smudges and fingerprints so you have to keep the cabinet doors clean and sparkling at all times. Also, since the glass is transparent, it doesn’t really hide anything so everything inside the cabinets will be on display for everyone to see.
A particularly interesting type of glass is seeded glass which has a vintage charm that you simply can’t ignore. This type of glass features tiny bubbles and has a handcrafted look that gives it an old-fashioned appeal that usually defined vintage and cottage decors but which can also look great in traditional settings.
Opt for darker shades of gray to create visual contrastsThe transition from gray to white is really smooth with such a light shade. The dark grout on the tiled backsplash complements the cabinetsIn the case of a darker shade of gray, you can use this rocky beach tone on the wallsB righten up the gray accents with lighting and white accents.
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