By Dietz Hofmann. Kitchen Style. Published at Monday, September 03rd, 2018 - 05:29:01 AM.
Orange Kitchen Cabinets If you love bold colors, you can go for orange kitchen cabinets – juicy ones for a modern look or burnt orange ones for a retro or vintage-inspired space. Orange is a difficult color to blend, so better rock it with neutrals, eggplant, bold and dark shades or blue and black or grey, be careful with the rest of colors because you may get a tasteless space. Neutrals and white will help orange cabinets to stand out, and blue and purple touches will create a bold contrast and will make your space more colorful or more refined.
Almost overnight, the stately Claridge’s, which had previously laboured under a reputation as the grand dame of West End hotels, became rather cool. Within a couple of years, Urban Splash, an achingly trendy Manchester property developer, breathed new life into the Midland Hotel in Morecambe, Oliver Hill’s Art Deco masterpiece that – to bastardise a phrase from a former editor of Saga magazine – had for many years been more hip replacement than hip.
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Style is easier to recognize with your eyes than with words: You know it when you see it, and the photo that inspires you most can often surprise you. Think you know your kitchen style? Check out these guides to a dozen favorite kitchen design themes, then tell us which one takes the cake.
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