What's a kitchen cabinet but a place to house some dishware, right?
While that might've been the case before, the expression "The Kitchen is the Heart of the Home" has never been more true than in today's homes. Kitchen cabinet designs are a primary kitchen design element.
The kitchen used to be a separate room, hidden from guests. Now, kitchens are a part of an open floor-plan and customers care more than ever about what their kitchens say about them. That's right, your kitchen cabinet designs are going to be a part of telling the world, "We are ultra-modern and chic chic chic!" or "I wanted to create my grandma's country kitchen because all my best memories are there."
While a color or style can make a statement alone, one always has an affect on the other.
1. Classic Cherry w/Black Glaze on Vintage Raised Panels
This combination creates a luxurious high-end statement no matter what it goes with.
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2. Frosty White on Prestige Square
This look can lend a contemporary feel due to the square edges and bright white finish. But paired with soft colors and traditional decor, it will complete a modern country kitchen look as well. White is always a good choice to brighten up small spaces.
3. Antique White with Walnut Glaze on Breckenridge Square
Antique White cabinets with a Walnut Glaze have been a top choice for homeowners for years. The clean, white color looks great in contemporary and traditional kitchens, and when paired with the Breckenridge Square style, it makes for a classic look that looks great in any kitchen.
4. Classic Cherry on Prestige Square
If you hadn't noticed the versatility of Prestige Square, you will soon. A Classic Cherry finish is always an upscale choice and looks best with dark or stainless steel appliances.
5. Secret on Prestige Square
This combo is versatile. It's a great option if you like a clean and simple aesthetic or plan to remodel in the future and want cabinets that are easy to work around. Secret is the perfect color if you're looking for something in between the darker cherries and the lighter whites.
These suggestions have been tried-and-true selections throughout the many years we've been in business. This tells us our customers are thoroughly satisfied, and these selections help to maintain the resale value of their homes.
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