The trend of contrasting islands has been established, and we’re beginning to see natural woods and warmer tones make a comeback.
We’re seeing two-toned cabinetry in bold neutrals such as charcoal grey, taupe, and black mixed with bold painted colors and wood tones such as walnut and aged oak. For the client looking for a crisp white kitchen, pairing whites and organic woods is another way to incorporate two tones. Whether it’s contrasting cabinets or contrasting drawers, this trend is bringing unique style into the kitchen.
Looking forward to seeing a Master Bath vanity for a client come to life with contrasting doors made of Alder in a black glaze & carbon finish: