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Play with colors and contrasts or textures. In this classy modern kitchen, warm matte wood lower cabinets play against glossy white lauquer upper cabinets — a delight for the hand that touches both in the process of cooking. Divine Design+Build
The unspoken rule seems to be the lower cabinets are dark while the uppers are assigned lighter materials. What if you not only mixed cabinet finishes, but also placed the lighter finishes on the bottom and the darker on top? Or is that too crazy? SaveEmail
There are no hard and fast rules. The porportions don't have to equal half and half. Here, only about a third of the cabinets are white and the rest is wood. Even with the small proportion of white cabinets, the kitchen feels very light due to the white painted walls and accessories. The designer struck up a balance of white-to-wood by considering the entire room composition: wall color, light color, floor color and furniture. Remember to take a step back and do the same.