Mizuki in Cerused Grey Contemporary Kitchen, Boston
Michael J. Lee Photography
Inspiration for a contemporary kitchen remodel in Boston with glass-front cabinets, light wood cabinets, white backsplash and porcelain backsplash — Houzz
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Jason Ball at The Decorators Unlimited added this to
Subtle but complicated. The monochromatic backsplash with a slight geometric provides an understated accent to the gray-washed cabinetry. Subtle texture and pattern soften the room with sophisticated style.
Charmean Neithart Interiors added this to
I love this sleek space. Again the modern lines and shapes in the cabinetry and tile are softened by the finish on the rift-cut oak cabinets. The soft, driftwood feel of the finish is a great contrast to all the squared-off angles.
Rachel Grace added this to
With custom vertical-grain cerused cabinetry and a 3-D porcelain Geologica backsplash, this kitchen is dripping with texture.
Sam Ferris added this to
5. Tactile textures. It’s all about the tangibles when it comes to kitchen surfaces. Design elements will play with our sense of touch by offering shiny, textured and roughly painted surfaces to admire. Drury predicts homeowners will mix and match these textures throughout their spaces. “It will be different textures, such as tile with a wavy relief to it next to a honed countertop and cabinets with a high-gloss polish sheen,” she says.
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Combining a laminate with other wood, as shown in this photo, or adding glass panels, undercabinet lighting and a special backsplash can bring even more contrast and interest to your design. As long as you have enough space, do not be afraid to mix grains, colors or materials to create a statement.Browse kitchen fixtures on Houzz