Light green cabinets freshen up a classic kitchen by Bright Ideas by Martinec in the town of Painted Post, New York. Wood flooring, subway tile, and bead board cabinets create timeless appeal in this dreamy kitchen.
The pale shade of green adds color without being overwhelming. Open shelving next to a sunny window above the farmhouse sink creates a feeling of spaciousness. Door-front cabinets would make that area feel more enclosed.
One of my favorite plants, a Brazil philodendron, enjoys a bit of sunlight from the window while a pair of orchids get to enjoy the greenhouse style window. My daughter has a window like that over the kitchen sink in her little bungalow house.
The refrigerator sidles up to a double oven with cabinetry all around, making for an efficient work space. The soft green color is soothing to the eyes.
The doors to the right of the refrigerator conceal a stackable washer and dryer. Note how the doors open and slide into place on either side of the appliances, eliminating a road block to any traffic flow. Very clever!
Schoolhouse pendant lights add a finishing touch overhead while a retro yellow toaster and jadeite butter dish and salt and pepper shakers lend vintage style at the counter top level. Rich wood floors increase the timeless appeal of this classic kitchen.
And finally, you can see how the kitchen is positioned off the pretty dining room. Lucky is the homeowner who enjoys living in this New York home located in Painted Post.
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