Kitchens With Espresso Cabinets

Kitchens With Espresso Cabinets

Espresso Kitchen Cabinets Our most popular stain of kitchen cabinets is espresso. Espresso is a rich, warm toned stain that beautifully complements today’s neutral color palette. When paired with a more traditional door style such as our Bronson door, espresso cabinets can look elegant and sophisticated. When paired with a clean, simple door style like our Shaker or Colonial door, espresso cabinets can look sleek and modern. Shop Now
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Kitchens With Espresso Cabinets

Our most popular stain of kitchen cabinets is espresso. Espresso is a rich, warm toned stain that beautifully complements today’s neutral color palette. When paired with a more traditional door style such as our Bronson door, espresso cabinets can look elegant and sophisticated. When paired with a clean, simple door style like our Shaker or Colonial door, espresso cabinets can look sleek and modern.
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Kitchens With Espresso Cabinets

If you’re more of a traditionalist with a historical bent, the antique look of distressed espresso kitchen cabinets is right up your alley. For a modern and clean look, Shaker-style kitchen cabinets in espresso are probably the ones for you. Or maybe you’re right at home with the opulence of espresso kitchen cabinets complemented by deep warm reds for relaxed luxury. Throw in nickel-plated hardware and select glass fronts, and you’ve successfully transcended contemporary with classic charm. Whatever style speaks to your heart, there is an espresso kitchen cabinet out there to meet it. Enjoy the discovery!
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Kitchens With Espresso Cabinets

Kitchen cabinets ought to be functional and decorative at the same time. It is one of the determinant factors for the look of your kitchen. Choosing the right kitchen cabinets can make and break the aesthetics of your kitchen. Look at the bigger picture and ask yourself, what kind of kitchen do I want to achieve? For those who aren’t sure what kind of kitchen cabinets to get, you can check out our previous articles which will provide you with some tips on how to design your kitchen. In the mean time, let’s check out these espresso Kitchen Cabinets in 12 Sleek and Cool Designs which can be safely matched in any type of kitchen. Espresso kitchen cabinets make a bold statement in the kitchen and they are also very useful for storing your condiments. ingredients, pots and pans and kitchen tools.
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Kitchens With Espresso Cabinets

Espresso kitchen cabinets give you this by combining conventional grace and lived-in comfort, making the kitchen feel less like a functional workspace and more like a family hangout. Often reflecting a home’s historical origin, it brings balance to competing elements to create a subtle blend of contemporary flair and traditional, classic nuance. Whether you are looking to balance out the warmth of a red kitchen island or break up the monotony of white kitchen floors, countertops and walls, espresso kitchen cabinets bring it all together perfectly for a touch of dignity that still keeps the space comfortable.
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Kitchens With Espresso Cabinets

You said: “95% of every high end home I have seen has painted cabinets over wood stained cabinets.” Can you clarify, did you mean painted cabinets “instead of” wood stained cabinets? Or did you mean painted uppers “over” wood lowers? Thanks Here in Hawaii almost all of the kitchen cabinets in high end homes are stained wood, usually tropical woods like sapelle. That was out of my budget, but I went with reddish-brown cherry for my vanity and admit it looks awesome. My kitchen has white cabinets which need replacing, and I do think the white is nice and bright, and fits the beachy feel. I have teak parqet floors. I’m thinking about keeping white for the outer cabinets (U shaped), but switching to wood for the island. I don’t have many upper cabinets, but maybe also wood for the double oven cabinet to bring it up the wall and tie them together. Make sense? It’s a bit scary because all the other nice homes have wood, but I’m trying to stay strong
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Kitchens With Espresso Cabinets

This espresso kitchen cabinet from A Freak at Heart gives a cool vibe as its color is in contrast with the marble flooring, granite countertop and small tile backsplash. Together, these different elements add some texture and interest in this kitchen design. The espresso cabinet designed with a fogged glass also allows some of the white plates and bowls to be visible, thus adding a white, interesting touch to the cabinet.

Kitchens With Espresso Cabinets

Dark Wood Kitchens – Everyday Use: Like a beautiful ebony grand piano, dark wood kitchen cabinets will require an extra measure of care and attention. Dark colors are luxurious, so your traditional dark kitchen should be treated like an evening gown or a Rolls-Royce; impeccable cleanliness is key. Because dust tends to stand out visually on a dark surface, dark kitchen cabinets require more frequent gentle cleaning and dusting. That said, the wood grain and finish variations in dark wood kitchens do help to obscure dust compared to solid-painted cabinets. Knowing what to expect in advance can pay off with a lifetime of enjoyment in your dark wood kitchen.
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LOVE LOVE LOVE these photos and all your great tips, Maria! Of course, each time I read something, I go to the corresponding room in my house to 'assess' the current situation. But, I keep going back to the kitchen. All your example photos of white kitchens show furnishings in the espresso tones. Our floors are heart pine, and furniture is in same warm, golden tones. We painted the cabinets white (Sherwin Williams Dover White, which has yellow undertones, but they look white to the naked eye), countertops are black granite with charcoal/silver specks, and back splash is slate mosaic (which includes the browns and blacks previously mentioned). I'm wondering if the garden green on the walls or the cabinet colors need to change. The green is pretty w/the white, but may be too much confusion. Do you have any suggestions given what I just described, or is a photo in order? I'm thoroughly enjoying your blogs, and have marveled at your talent. You must be incredibly busy to be keeping a business afloat and producing such high quality blog content! Thanks for sharing with us.
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LOVE LOVE LOVE these photos and all your great tips, Maria! Of course, each time I read something, I go to the corresponding room in my house to 'assess' the current situation. But, I keep going back to the kitchen. All your example photos of white kitchens show furnishings in the espresso tones. Our floors are heart pine, and furniture is in same warm, golden tones. We painted the cabinets white (Sherwin Williams Dover White, which has yellow undertones, but they look white to the naked eye), countertops are black granite with charcoal/silver specks, and back splash is slate mosaic (which includes the browns and blacks previously mentioned). I'm wondering if the garden green on the walls or the cabinet colors need to change. The green is pretty w/the white, but may be too much confusion. Do you have any suggestions given what I just described, or is a photo in order?

Sherry in Georgia March 17, 2010, 2:31 pm Leave reply LOVE LOVE LOVE these photos and all your great tips, Maria! Of course, each time I read something, I go to the corresponding room in my house to 'assess' the current situation. But, I keep going back to the kitchen. All your example photos of white kitchens show furnishings in the espresso tones. Our floors are heart pine, and furniture is in same warm, golden tones. We painted the cabinets white (Sherwin Williams Dover White, which has yellow undertones, but they look white to the naked eye), countertops are black granite with charcoal/silver specks, and back splash is slate mosaic (which includes the browns and blacks previously mentioned). I'm wondering if the garden green on the walls or the cabinet colors need to change. The green is pretty w/the white, but may be too much confusion. Do you have any suggestions given what I just described, or is a photo in order? I'm thoroughly enjoying your blogs, and have marveled at your talent. You must be incredibly busy to be keeping a business afloat and producing such high quality blog content! Thanks for sharing with us.
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With espresso on your cabinets, just about any color your heart desires will combine to give your kitchen cabinets the perfect contrast of light and dark that can range from casual fun to formal opulence. It is the classic, traditional color choice that never goes out of style and brings warmth and sensibility to your kitchen.
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Great post…I tend to prefer light oak cabinetry or wonderful all white kitchens, but the choice of kitchen materails is relative to the space, the light etc… I would strongly urge to hire a designer or an architect before renovating or building a new kitchen. The cost of materials, appliances, lighting being so high, one must make sure that the layout and materials are perfect for one's space and functional. We always design custom kitchens for our clients and most design, drafting time is spent on kitchen and bathrooms where you cannot afford to make any mistake.Thanks for the great visuals of kitchens, as always….enjoyable post