Every city and town has its own character, its own personality, something (or many things) unique. And many towns celebrate their culture, heritage and identity with parades, often tied to holidays. And they’re fun.
For New Year’s 2020, Philadelphia once again underscored one of its unique traits: the Mummers. An all-day parade with comics, fancies, strutting choreography, bands with banjos, saxophones and accordions...and, ohhhh, the colors, the textures, the costumes! What’s not unique about it?
This year, why not take a cue from the parade…for your kitchen? Think about it: every home, large or small, has a kitchen. Like cities, each kitchen can be unique. After all, it’s the family crossroads and meeting place. You want it to be functional yet special, to show your personality, to be uniquely… you.
How to make it unique? Splash some color, feel some texture or visualize new lighting. Add some accent features, some personality. Make it work. Make it fun. And make it you.
Woodland Cabinetry’s Rustic Farmhouse and Patina Cabinetry line might just do the trick.
Woodland uses a proprietary, all-natural finishing technique that speeds up the wood’s weathered appearance and adds one-of-a-kind texture and color to rustic alder, rustic hickory and rustic oak.
Normal daylight exposure continues the weathering process, mellowing the colors and adding interest through the years.
For more information on the rooms shown here, Woodland Cabinetry, kitchen cabinets, kitchen design/installation, or for suggestions on creating your unique kitchen, call me at 215-860-5059, or email me at email@example.com
You can also check my website at www.lyonsarcher.com or Houzz https://www.houzz.com/pro/tina0413/lyons-archer-kitchen-and-interior-design for more advice, information and ideas.
Happy New Year!
Credits: Mummers Image: Phl17 https://phl17.com/; Cabinetry: https://woodlandcabinetry.com/dream-woodland-cabinetry/
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