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bronzeDesigner: Francesca OwingsLocation: Near Grand Rapids, Michigan Size: 280 square feet (26 square meters); 20 by 14 feetHomeowners’ request. An Adirondack-style kitchen with professional appliances. Style. “Rustic elegance,” designer Francesca Owings says. “We patterned the home after the Lake Placid Lodge after spending some time with the clients really studying the Adirondack style.” The kitchen is designed for family members who love to cook together. Special features. Green cabinets. Soapstone countertops. Copper apron-front sink. Brass rack displaying copper pots. Read more on copper sinks...
6. Glossy Racing Green + Traditional BrassStyle. This Los Angeles bachelor pad is an updated take on midcentury modern with Rat Pack swank.Cabinet style, color and hardware. Simple slab doors and drawers are coated in British racing green. The lustrous finish on the paint suits the glamorous space. The hardware is brass, in a combination of traditional round knobs and bin pulls. BacksplashWhy it works. Brass brightens up the dark cabinet paint and black marble countertops. And staying consistent with the finishes on the faucets, light fixtures, bar stool bases and hardware keeps these elements from competing with each other or with the backsplash and countertop.
1. Glossy Apple Green Cabinets + Hidden PullsStyle. This sleek contemporary kitchen in Singapore is full of energizing color. The backsplash mosaic is dynamic and catches the eye, with all of the other elements playing supporting roles. Cabinet style, color and hardware. These slab-front cabinets are overlay, which means the drawers and doors are installed to cover the cabinet frames. The slabs here extend so as to completely conceal the cabinet frames, transforming a row of cabinets into one long uninterrupted plane. The color of the thermafoil cabinetry is a bright apple green with a glossy lacquered finish.
Cabinet hardware. None — sometimes the best hardware choice is not to use any knobs or pulls. Cabinets like this can be opened by curling a finger behind the top of the doors or just beneath the drawers. An alternative with a similar look is push-latch technology, where the gentle push of a finger magically opens the drawers and doors. Why it works. This is a strong example where using no visible hardware is a style-defining choice. When the goal is the ultimate sleekness, less is more. Hard work has been put into creating the minimalist streamlined planes of the cabinetry rows — adorning them with hardware would have mucked up the look and detracted attention away from the backsplash.Find multicolored backsplash mosaic tile in the Houzz shop
Inset Kelly Green Slabs + Straight Matte Black PullsStyle. This contemporary kitchen designed by Studio35 York has minimalist bones but the objects arranged on the shelves, the natural wood mixed in and the color infuse it with a touch of English eclecticism. Cabinet style, color and hardware. These slab cabinet fronts are inset, which unlike overlay cabinetry, means they are flush with the cabinet frames. The color is a peppy leaf green. These are straight finger-pull bars in a matte black finish. The pulls not only provide clean lines on their own, but within this arrangement, they line up together to create another line around the room just under the countertops. The black provides a strong contrast to all of the white in the room and works beautifully with green.
Contemporary Loft + Moss Style. This kitchen in Barcelona is a study in contrast — modern elements mingle with the original antique architectural details such as rough-hewn wooden beams and plaster walls. Cabinet style, color and hardware. Along with the sleek appliances, the cabinets are the most potent punch of modern style in the room. The color looks like it was plucked straight from an herb garden. The exact color of this cabinetry was unavailable, but Sherwin-Williams Greenfield is a close match.Cabinet hardware. These simple stainless steel bars are all about dimensions. They extend practically all the way across the drawers and practically all the way down the cabinets. Why it works. The straightforward profiles of the pulls lack any flourishes, enhancing the modern look of the cabinetry. And the stainless steel finish matches the sink fixtures, long pot rail, appliances and vent hood.Find a kitchen designer in your area
Style. Scandinavian CountryCabinet style, color and hardware. Inset Shaker style cabinets with slab front drawers mixed in along the top row. The paint color was a custom mix from Gysinge Byggnadsvård. According to the designer, the green color is six parts of chrome oxide green and four parts of white linseed oil. A mix of vintage-looking enamel knobs and Backsplash.Countertops.Other materials in the mix.