Published at Friday, 14 May 2021. Kitchen Cabinets. By Wilson Mandy.
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.
While the two-tone design is undoubtedly something more contemporary, there is something about the transitional design that feels timeless. Transitional design is incorporating two or more styles into your kitchen, and doing it effortlessly. Most homeowners do so by choosing various contemporary elements but also sticking to an overall traditional theme. Let’s say you love the simplicity of minimal kitchen design, but at the same time, you might feel it’s ‘too simple’ for you. So you decide to incorporate traditional kitchen design elements like ornate cabinetry and a gorgeous backsplash. This is exactly what a transitional design looks like. The transitional design gives you the flexibility and freedom to meet midway and create a unique theme for you.
While smart tech is still making its way into our kitchen, we are struggling to make room for our ever-increasing list of appliances. One of the biggest challenges that people face is figuring out how to integrate them into the limited space available seamlessly. Integrating appliances like the refrigerator and the oven within the cabinetry is an increasingly popular trend. It saves space in the kitchen, but it also gives the kitchen a seamless look. How is this executed? The appliances are installed in custom panels to give them an integrated look to avoid any interruptions in the overall ‘flow’ of cabinetry.
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