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black kitchen cabinets/two tone cabs

Posted by sprtphntc (My Page) on
Wed, Mar 9, 11 at 14:37

hello all,
we are doing a kitchen remodel and thinking about using black cabinets on the botton with a cherry cabinet, honey glaze on top (medium brown). wante to see if anyone has done this combo or has seen something similar. i don't have an island, small kitchen, opening up ceiling in kitchen and dining room, adding skylight in kitchen, will be able to see into dining room so there will be alot of light coming in. adding lot of great lighting in kitchen. was planning on using stack stone wall on outside wall, granite counters and either limestone floor or something similar, or hardwood flooring. any thoughts you have would be appreciated.


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RE: black kitchen cabinets/two tone cabs

I have no opinion, but you'll get lots more action on the kitchen forum.


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