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Kitchen Home Staging Q's & A's + pics

Q: In what ways can I blend my wood cabinets with other finishes to lighten my kitchen? Can I mix different metals in the kitchen?

A: These kitchens demonstrate a great use of mixing wood, or tile that looks like wood, with soft white cabinets, mixing whites w/ beige undertones in countertops. Also mixing metals in the kitchen.

Adding faux wood beams can tie in wood cabinets with other rooms.

Mixing gold, stainless, bronze, wood + white. And a perfectly staged kitchen example.

Great inspiration for grey painted wood kitchen cabinet solution. Sometimes no hardware is the best choice. Also, a great example of hanging drape rod high with white blinds + white wall. If the drapes were hung low, it would make the space look so much smaller.

Mixing wood with Navy is typically a safe bet. The key is to balance different finishes. Notice the appliances are stainless, the lights and stools are similar, the counter and backsplash are the same, there are 2 cabinet finishes along the perimeter with the island base as a bright pop of white, matching the waterfall counter. This gives the room visual depth, making it seem bigger.

Glass paneled doors are a great solution for brightening dark cabinets.

Wood cabinetry mixes well with natural textures, stone elements, modern metals in lighting and faucets. Succulents and neutral decor works best.

Want more inspo? Check out our PINTEREST BOARD on kitchens!


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