Kitchen Cabinet Trends
See a kitchen renovation in your future? Updated cabinets will not only refresh your design, new cabinets can also make better use of your space and show off your personality. Check out some popular kitchen cabinet trends and then start planning your dream kitchen!
1. The New Neutral
Add a sophisticated feel to your kitchen with the neutral that’s become increasingly popular in recent years – versatile gray! Gray not only pairs well with other neutral shades, it also looks great with bright colors and natural wood features. Whether you choose to mix different shades of gray or love the look of gray with a hint of blue, gray cabinets are a great option for a kitchen of any size. Gray is here to stay!
Echelon Cabinetry Salerno Slab Cabinets in Slate
2. Deep Hues
While light and airy cabinetry colors are still a popular choice, don’t be afraid to think outside of the box and consider darker colors for your kitchen design. From deep natural wood looks to statement-making rich colored painted finishes, these hues can pair well with a kitchen design that features light-colored walls and countertops. All-black, charcoal, and deep jewel-tone cabinets are all trendy looks.
3. Two-Tone Cabinets
Create stylish contrast by pairing eye-catching hues or mixing neutral cabinet colors. Two-tone cabinets can help break up the monotony of a kitchen design and add depth. When cabinets are all the same color, it can make them seem overpowering – mixing up the design with a lighter color above and darker color below can help soften the room and give it a fresh look. Popular pairings include white upper cabinetry and gray or deep wood stained lowers, mixing different shades of the same color, and adding a pop of color to a neutral-colored cabinet design with a bright, jewel-toned island. What pairing do you have in mind?
Yorktowne Cabinetry Brockton in Cappuccino and Cottage White Sheer on Quartersawn Oak
4. Sustainable Choices
Go eco-friendly with sustainable cabinetry choices! Many top brands are offering choices manufactured from rapidly renewable, low-emitting and recycled materials to reduce the negative impact on our environment. If sustainability is important for your next cabinetry purchase, look for a company that contributes to LEED, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, credits. LEED is the most widely used green building rating system in the world.
Smart Cabinetry Lexington Cabinets
5. Matte Finishes
From cabinet panels to hardware, shiny finishes are out in favor of attractive matte finishes. In addition to offering a chic cabinetry look that heightens the design of your kitchen, matte cabinet finishes also offer easier maintenance compared to their high-gloss counterparts. Matte finishes don’t reflect as much light, helping to mask the appearance of imperfections like smudges and scratches. As for hardware, popular knob and pull options include matte black and subtle satin finishes like brass, stainless steel, copper and more.
Hardware Resources Naples Steel Cabinet Bar Pulls in Matte Black
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