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Ivory Kitchen Cabinets

Ivory Kitchen Cabinets

Sizzling Neon You probably remember them best from the 1980s, but neon brights are making their way back into home interiors. The trick with these brilliant tones is to use enough to make an impact, yet not so much that they overwhelm your space. Painting just a small segment of kitchen cabinetry — perhaps a wine cubby, the frame of an open shelf or a bank of upper cabinets like this one — strikes an ideal balance. A Touch of Darkness In the exact opposite vein, sometimes adding just a few notes of a darker shade helps to ground a kitchen color scheme and add gravitas to the room. Here, a deep gray upper cabinet unit anchors the space and draws in the color from the adjacent accent wall. Bands of Color Can’t decide between two cabinet colors? Use both. Paint upper cabinets in one shade, lower cabinets in a different one for a pleasing contrast. To pull them together, choose a backsplash material that incorporates both hues, as the tile in this kitchen does. Boost Color With Texture Bold color and rich texture create a one-two visual punch that’s hard to resist. Here, a vivid turquoise island is dressed in beaded board that calls attention to its color and gives the kitchen another layer of depth. Blend Natural Woods With Painted Surfaces Torn between the beauty of wood grain and the power of paint? Use both. As in this kitchen, try staining or varnishing your wall cabinets and choosing a complementary paint color to make the island stand out. Or, if your cabinets have furniture-style details, try painting just one section to create the look of a freestanding piece of furniture. Unexpected Combos These days, we have more freedom than ever to break design rules, and that includes conventional notions about colors that do and don’t work together. A slice of shocking pink shakes up the retro red-and-yellow palette in this kitchen. It’s the last color many people might think to add, yet its energy spins the more muted tones in a different, wholly appealing direction. A New Take on Neutrals There’s a reason neutral hues are perennial favorites: Not only do they work with all design styles, they’re the ultimate in versatility. But think beyond classic white and ivory for kitchen cabinets. Stronger neutrals such as this steely gray shade offer the advantages of their color cousins, they yet have a more pronounced presence. Twists on Classic Styles Think of a cottage kitchen and you probably picture white cabinets above all else. This one turns tradition on its ear with an island in vibrant emerald green, which pulls out the subtle greens in the wallpaper. It’s no less appropriate to the style, but it represents an entirely fresh interpretation. Black With Brights Black cabinetry is hot in a big way, and it infuses a kitchen with a hard-to-duplicate sense of mystery and glamour. But for some, all that darkness can feel heavy and oppressive. Buoy it with a shot of brilliant color, such as the red on this kitchen island. If you have open or glass-front cabinets, you can also use the same brilliant hue to brighten their insides, as seen here. Subtle Two-Tone Effects When combining different hues in a kitchen, you don’t always have to go for high drama. In this kitchen, the upper shelves wear an ever-so-slightly paler version of the citron yellow hue that cloaks the base cabinets. The lighter color on top helps to open up the space and prevent the shelves from feeling too weighty, and the overall look is cohesive and gentle.
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Ivory Kitchen Cabinets

Your kitchen will undoubtedly be the envy of your friends and neighbors when you choose the Coastal Ivory Collection. The manufacturer notes that “each piece is crafted in the tradition of fine home furnishings and finished with a multi-step, hand-detailed finish. Finally, a contrasting glaze is applied that brings out the unique cabinet and molding details.” You truly won’t find another RTA line like the stunning Coastal Ivory Collection!
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Ivory Kitchen Cabinets

For a truly unique and absolutely stunning look for your new kitchen, we are now offering the Coastal Ivory Kitchen Collection. A gorgeous and unexpected finish, along with intricate detailing and design features, make this superb collection one of a kind. Appropriate for a number of different design styles, these cabinets easily take a room from ordinary to extraordinary.
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Ivory Kitchen Cabinets

There’s a reason neutral hues are perennial favorites: Not only do they work with all design styles, they’re the ultimate in versatility. But think beyond classic white and ivory for kitchen cabinets. Stronger neutrals such as this steely gray shade offer the advantages of their color cousins, they yet have a more pronounced presence.
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Ivory Kitchen Cabinets

Antique White Kitchens – Everyday Use: As opposed to pure white kitchens, antique white kitchen cabinets tend to be a bit more practical. Since dark stains and smudges stand out visually on a bright white surface, antique white kitchen cabinets may require less frequent cleaning and gentle dusting than a pure white kitchen. Still, cleanliness is key. Knowing this in advance can pay off with a lifetime of enjoyment in your modern cream or antique white kitchen.
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Ivory Kitchen Cabinets

Hi there, thanks for your question. The cabinets are Ivory Homecrest Cabinetry in a Mocha Glaze on maple. To learn more about Homecrest, visit the website here.
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Ivory Kitchen Cabinets

The island is a custom color but I believe it is close to Baxter Blue Ben Moore. Cabinets are my favorite color, Ivory White, BM 925. The most perfect white, not too creamy but not to white! Thanks for you interest!
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Ivory Kitchen Cabinets

The exceptional finish and design of the Coastal Ivory Collection cabinet opens up a number of avenues to express your interior design tastes in the kitchen. Typically, light toned cabinetry isn’t the most appropriate choice for traditional and formal décor styles, but this line is done so tastefully, that it can effortlessly work with a myriad of personal design choices. Contrasting the light hue with dark room elements and features can really make this cabinetry stand out. Dark wood flooring and elegant granite countertops in a rich tone are perfect complements. Also consider opting for black or stainless steel appliances; white appliances run the risk of clashing with the finish.
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For a truly unique and awe-inspiring look, the Coastal Ivory Collection is the way to go! The hand-detailed finish with contrasting glaze and intricate molding details result in a product that is nothing short of stunning. Whatever your interior design tastes, consider this cabinet set that is gorgeous, durable and extremely functional. You won’t be disappointed when you see your eye-catching new kitchen!
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Our RTA products are constructed for durability, meaning they are built to last for years to come. The manufacturer notes that this cabinet line features “full-overlay doors and drawers, ample storage options, and practical functionality, allowing the Coastal Ivory Collection to accent and enhance interior design styles. Soft-closing door mechanisms and solid wood drawer boxer are standard features that add to the overall value and function of the collection.”
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In a classic farmhouse kitchen, wall-mounted shelves and doorless cabinets keep dishware and utensils easy to locate and grab. If your kitchen has traditional upper and lower banks of cabinetry, consider removing some of the doors for the look of open shelving, or replace upper cabinets with floating or bracketed shelves.
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Can’t decide between two cabinet colors? Use both. Paint upper cabinets in one shade, lower cabinets in a different one for a pleasing contrast. To pull them together, choose a backsplash material that incorporates both hues, as the tile in this kitchen does.
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Torn between the beauty of wood grain and the power of paint? Use both. As in this kitchen, try staining or varnishing your wall cabinets and choosing a complementary paint color to make the island stand out. Or, if your cabinets have furniture-style details, try painting just one section to create the look of a freestanding piece of furniture.
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Black cabinetry is hot in a big way, and it infuses a kitchen with a hard-to-duplicate sense of mystery and glamour. But for some, all that darkness can feel heavy and oppressive. Buoy it with a shot of brilliant color, such as the red on this kitchen island. If you have open or glass-front cabinets, you can also use the same brilliant hue to brighten their insides, as seen here.
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When combining different hues in a kitchen, you don’t always have to go for high drama. In this kitchen, the upper shelves wear an ever-so-slightly paler version of the citron yellow hue that cloaks the base cabinets. The lighter color on top helps to open up the space and prevent the shelves from feeling too weighty, and the overall look is cohesive and gentle.
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Antique White Kitchens: Of the thousands of pictures of kitchens found on this website, fully 30% of them are white (or off-white) kitchens. For your benefit, I’ve separated the “antique white” kitchens, shown here, from the “pure white” kitchens located in the main gallery. Traditional antique kitchen cabinets are clean and elegant, and are often found in traditional homes. If you want a bright and elegant environment, then a beautiful antique kitchen is a great choice!