In this month’s blog, we celebrate the massively popular, two-toned kitchen trend.
What is a two-toned kitchen? Glad you asked! Many homeowners are spicing up their kitchen designs with two or sometimes even three different materials and finishes. How? There are a number of ways to mix materials and finishes within the same design – one way is to have the kitchen’s perimeter cabinets specified in one material and finish, and then contrast the perimeter with an island in a different material and finish. Or, another way to accomplish an attractive two-toned kitchen design is to have the upper wall cabinets all the same material and finish, and do a contrasting material and finish for all the lower base cabinets.
We hope you are inspired by our perfect pairings for an on-trend, two-toned kitchen plan. Who knows, maybe one of our pairings will inspire your next kitchen remodeling project! #seemoregetmore
PERFECT PAIRING #1: Alder wood featuring the Sandpiper stain, paired with paintable MDF featuring Aquasphere paint. This dreamy combo is a fan-favorite among authorized Siteline designers, as it creates a calm, contemporary vibe. #calmcontemporary
PERFECT PAIRING #2: paintable MDF featuring Seaweed paint, paired with Structured Thermally Fused Laminate (TFL) in Whiskey texture/color. This pairing creates loads of visual interest by pairing the soothing Seaweed paint color with the intrigue of the Structured TFL Whiskey “barnwood” feel. #modernbarn
PERFECT PAIRING #3: Reconstituted Veneer in Monterey texture/color, paired with paintable MDF featuring Dusk paint. A super fresh look for the kitchen, this pairing introduces subtle texture in the pale Monterey Veneer, contrasted with the rich blue tone of Dusk paint. #contrastmykitchen
Check back for more Siteline perfect pairings in future blogs!
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