June 6, 2013
If you could have the kitchen of your dreams, what would it be? In this fantasy, Schrapper’s Fine Cabinetry and Design is your genie in a bottle. Why Schrapper’s for your kitchen Cabinetry Design and Remodeling? Because there isn’t one look we can’t create. Time to let your imagination soar!
- Art Deco
- Hi-Tech Industrial
Art Deco design is an unlimited playing field – the possibilities are endless when you consider the diversity of geometric design and sharp, bold colors. You can combine fairly straight lines in the doors of your kitchen cabinetry with art glass panes and metal and glass knobs. Tiffany style light fixtures look great hanging over a minimalist polished table and the inlaid wood or tile flooring can be inspired by the 1920s linoleum patterns.
Contemporary is an offshoot of modern, moderately mellowed but sharing the sparingly simple yet sophisticated design elements: smooth textures, polished finishes, metallic enhancements. A contemporary kitchen can evolve and change over a few decades without a total renovation.
Mediterranean has been around for many years and will continue to be one of the basics in kitchen design. Regardless if you’re drawn to the Italian countryside or dramatic Greek ruins, you can evoke unparalleled warmth using darker woods, honeyed tones of earthy colors and textured fabrics.
It seemed that the industrial look would be a short-lived fad, but not so. It may not be the most popular but there’s no denying its simple yet eclectic look still pleases. Some of the key elements that make industrial so appealing are: concrete countertops, stainless steel, both dark and light woods and molded seating.