Warm-Toned Wood: Kitchen Trend
Ditch classic but clinical white in favor of warm-toned wood in the kitchen, with finishes such as oak, walnut and eucalyptus.
Shown here in walnut, Viola Park’s Backsplash Shelf by Henrybuilt features a powder coated steel shelf for quick access to ingredients and an integrated wood knife block that holds a set of 12 knives.
Available in wood veneer or wood-finished melamine, the clean-lined Board kitchen cabinets by Pietro Arosio Design for Snaidero come in a warm-hued Cinnamon walnut wood. Snaidero uses wood veneer, a material that offers the beauty of wood with some added benefits: it uses less wood overall, eliminates defects in wood, resists chipping, and cleans easily.
Dada’s Vela kitchen is available in an impressive array of ten wood finishes that include sophisticated dark woods such as grey oak, black oak, wenge and chestnut as well as warmer shades of dark oak, American walnut, eucalyptus and dark elm.
Available in a variety of stained oak shades including grey, black and wenge, the shaped frame on the doors of Effeti USA’s Autentica kitchen system function as a continuous handle.
Teamed with white island cabinets and marble worktops, the brown oak cupboard doors add warmth to CR&S Varenna’s Artex kitchen for Poliform USA.