Wednesday, May 27, 2020

The Most Coveted Kitchen Cabinet Looks You Need Now

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It doesn't take bio-safety cabinet testing to tell you that your kitchen cabinets need updating. Whether you have sad box-store shelves or old-school wood ones, it's past time to take it up a notch. When it comes to updating your look, make sure that your choices are not only current but will still look fresh for a few years.

Open Shelving

This one may be harder to pull off for most people, but it does give a relaxed, effortless vibe to the kitchen. If you aren't sure you can pull this off, maybe only choose to put open shelves by the sink for your prettiest glasses, dishes or canisters.

Custom Colors

Manufacturers have started listening to the consumers' desire for custom colors. No longer do you have to hire painters or decorators to get the colors you want. When looking for your new cabinetry, make sure that there is an option to make it yours with custom color.

Transitional Styling

Mix and match complementary styles in your kitchen for a look that reflects your unique taste. Combine 50s kitsch with modern stainless and glass backsplash, or mix traditional with ultra-modern looks. Be bold for a one-of-a-kind style.

Clean Lines

Sometimes, less really is more. Strong wood grains combined with ornate hardware can create a cluttered look when combined with flooring and backsplash choices. The current trend of clean, simple lines with recessed panels and low-profile pulls won't compete with other design choices.

Integrated Tech

You may not need cup hooks in your cabinets anymore, but you do need the ability to use your iPad so that you can follow your favorite recipe in the kitchen. Docking stations for phones, televisions or integrated wireless devices can make modern life much easier to navigate.

Consider what speaks to you. Whether it is technology in cabinetry or a mix of styles, you can get the look that is instantly recognizable as your kitchen.

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