Published at Sunday, 31 December 2017. Cabinets. By Aloin Chauvin.
Whether a lack of color is all the rave now or not, if it makes a homeowner want to avoid cooking in their own home due to the cold, calculating feel that it gives off, it‘s best to forget about the trends and add some color. Hang up some interesting wall art, include a few different accent pieces and pick up a fun rug to put down on the floor; whatever it takes to help a home showcase the personality of the homeowners.
Oak is the most utilized; it is lightweight, somewhat water-resistant, and the grain stands out even after staining. It is often used to enhance "country" or "rustic" motifs, but it can be used solely for decorative style, too. Birch and ash are also popular; these woods are very light in color, and they hold stains quite well. Pine, a very yellow wood, is favored in French and English decorative styles, but it is very soft and prone to nicks.
A number of accessories can be integrated into cabinetry to customize it. Designs tend to change based on technical trends. For instance, homeowners today often design built-in charging stations that will keep electronics off of the counter. Appliances such as heavy mixers or coffee pots can be placed on lift-up shelving that is hidden behind doors. Other popular trends include pullout trash cans, doors that open with a touch, and integrated LED lighting.
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