Cascadia RenovationTraditional Kitchen, Seattle
This kitchen was in a home dating from the early 20th century and located in the Mt. Baker neighborhood of Seattle. It is u-shaped with an island in the center topped with a zinc counter. Black and white tile was used on the floor in a tradition pattern with hexagon as the inset and a black and white border with a square mosaic around the perimeter framing the island. Cabinetry is inset traditional style with the hardware on the exterior. the base of each cabinet is framed with a footed detail. Base cabinet were painted with teal, upper cabinets are white and the full height cabinets are mahogany which is used throughout the residence. A tradition style faucet was used with the pull out attached. Cup pulls are used on the drawers and knobs have a back plate.
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By using navy, wood and white (or other simple neutrals like grey or beige), you can create a kitchen scheme with plenty of variety that still hangs together as one statement. Simply look for natural dividing points to start and stop each finish: white uppers, darker lowers and a full wall of wood is an easy formula for mix-matching success.