Published at Wednesday, 02 June 2021. Kitchen Cabinets. By Williams Eddy.
An integrated and straightforward look is nothing out of the ordinary. Minimalism has been influencing the world…and the world of cabinetry design is not an exception. More and more homeowners are choosing to opt for a ‘clean aesthetic’ for their cabinetry design. The critical aspect of this design trend is to ‘keep it simple.’ How does it fit into cabinet design? Think recessed paneling and neutral colors. The lack of complicated design and the focus on simplicity is what has given this design its popularity in recent times.
Blue is one of the most popular colors of the year, and that‘ s no exception for kitchen cabinets. Found frequently in nature, subtle shades of blue are quickly becoming a new neutral. For a no-fail combination, pair dusty blue cabinets with natural wood accents and industrial materials.
One of the biggest trends to come out in recent years is the emergence of two-tone kitchen cabinetry. They are a realistic way to experiment with color, but they also add some personality to the kitchen space. One of the most common two-tone themes followed by homeowners is choosing a light color for the upper cabinets and a darker color for the lower cabinets. The choice has more to it than what meets the eye. Since lower cabinets are more likely to get messy, it becomes easier to clean them if they’re grey or black instead of sparkling white.
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