Kitchen Cabinet. Saturday , March 31st , 2018 - 21:29:25 PM
Colorful board and batten cabinet fronts in this Cape Breton island summer home are whimsical and charming, but not too quaint thanks to the modern open shelves above. The look is tied together through coordinated dishes and cookware in complementary colors and styles.
The days of monochromatic kitchens are far behind us, according to Sue Wadden, the director of color marketing at Sherwin-Williams. She explains that, this year, it's all about mixing and matching color, no need to keep it all the same.
The homeowners of this house are professional chefs so they wanted a practical yet unfitted look. The sides and backs of the cabinets were left open with sliding maple panels placed in front. The herringbone backsplash goes all the way up to the ceiling, a creative way to beautify standard metal shelves.
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