Published at Monday, 04 October 2021. Kitchen Cabinets. By Thomas Ricardo.
Once considered outdated and unattractive, wood cabinets are back in style. These aren`t the orange-stained oak cabinets from decades past, however. Modern uses of wood cabinetry typically feature natural finishes that add subtle dimension and texture to a space. Depending on the door style and finish color, the look can lean either warm and rustic or clean and contemporary.
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.
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.
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