Kitchen cabinets with knobs – Instead of having all the cabinets match; paint some of the wooden ones on a lighter or darker color than the spot in either earth tone or pastel colors. Paint or dye lower lockers a shadow and the upper another. If there are a cooking island, making it stand out with an external color than the other cabinets. Add a freestanding pedestal cabinet or side cabinet to the room in a different color of paint or stain.
You can mix countertop materials such as granite, slate, marble; slaughter and travertine in cabinets all have the same color. Show off your artistic skills by creating decorative painted knob pulls. Buy new round or wood kitchen cabinets with knobs, or sand down your existing wood them to create a surface suitable for painting. After your painted designs to dry, cover the draws with shellac to protect your work. To make your moves especially startling, consider matching your craft to cabinet contents.
For example, paint small dishes to pull your dish cabinet and small cans of pull for your pantry kitchen cabinets with knobs. Swap out your usual round wheel pull the shaped item with a little more interest and appeal. Buy some small pre-cut wooden shapes at a craft store. You can find thick wooden cutouts, such as teddy bears or clouds that are intended to be painted and used as decorative pieces. Paint or finish the wooden shapes to suit your taste and match your space.