An information to you about captivating traditional french country kitchen cabinets photos, a kitchen placed in new york. The project owner from jstephensinteriors.com describe this french normandy kitchen a warm and welcoming kitchen awaits these homeowners every morning the kitchen was specifically designed to coordinate beautifully with the clients older home which had a very european flavor to it the warmth and and elegance of the mustard cabinets contrasts with the use the slate and wood floor new wrought iron fixtures were custom designed to bring in a feeling of old world elegance hand done plaster walls received further aging through a combination of a multi layer glaze. On this interesting example of a large classic l-shaped eat-in kitchen design in new york with beaded inset cabinets, a farmhouse sink, yellow cabinets, soapstone countertops, yellow backsplash, stainless steel appliances, slate floors, mosaic tile backsplash and an island you can found inspire idea about new york city, new york city plus traditional dining room tables, transitional counter height stools besides old fence boards and ceiling flush mount hood.
Mustard-color cabinetry glows in this old world-inspired kitchen. the gentle yet bright hue opens up the space. i can only imagine how warm and cozy it looks as the light softens in the evening. mellow yellow. if you"re looking for a take on a french normandy country home, yellow might be your color. "this room was designed to emulate what a kitchen might look like in the countryside of france," says jo ann alston, principal at j. stephens interiors.
"the mustard yellow is very indicative of a french color palette, and the hand-done plaster technique on the walls, with the overglaze of a faux-finish technique, makes the walls look aged. ""using just one color in the room allows for other features to shine such as the wonderful wrought iron light fixtures, the copper hood, and the slate floor," she says. "the oak board and chinese slate floor is a take off on the beautiful herringbone wood floors that you sometimes see in french homes. ".