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WOW, this two toned kitchen is exactly what I am wishing for! It is lovely! I love the handles for the doors. And I love how the fridge is built into a floor to ceiling wall of cabinets… that is going to be part of my plan. From the Marion House Book.
A black-and-white color combination is dramatic. When using the duo in a kitchen with white cabinets, keep the look from becoming theatrical by practicing restraint. Opt for black-and-white patterns with an organic or curvy aesthetic, rather than sharp and geometric, and use the black in small doses.
The hood is not the monstrosity most are and could easily be hidden by cabinetry. Also a very practical back splash ~ grout free porcelain tiles. Porcelain has color all the way through the tiles so if they're chipped it's not so noticeable - very good especially for floors.
Dark color schemes shrink an already small space and make it less inviting. Use soft shades on kitchen cabinets and natural light to visually expand a small room. BUT... if you want a warm cozy kitchen and yours is small, then go for the warm wood tones - sometimes getting what you love means breaking the rules!
#5.) Farmhouse kitchens have a vintage appeal. I adore the cabinets in this kitchen because of the glass doors and antique latches. I also like the industrial appeal of the ampersand sign, galvanized metal bar stools and antique drying rack on the island.