By z41. Kitchen Cabinets. At Monday, August 12th 2019, 10:19:36 AM.
We understand that renovating an entire kitchen could be expensive. That is why we provide you with awesome tricks on how to make your kitchen beautiful again.
Kitchen cabinetry has not been spared the modernization wave that has influenced home décor in recent years. One of the most obvious impacts has been the adoption of clean aesthetics in cabinetry constructions. This minimalism trend is likely to continue into 2019 and beyond. Modern cabinets are free of the ornate design work often found in traditional cabinet door styles. They feature a recessed panel door with smooth edge profiles and simple clean lines offering only the simplest of design elements. Even the handles themselves come in low profile styles, not demanding too much attention. Essentially, all the clutter has been pared down to the bare minimum. This type of cabinetry works perfectly with a modern styled kitchen, complementing other components like the countertop and the backsplash.
Many interior designers prefer blue when it comes to kitchen cabinet colors. It comes in various shades, and it works well with both white and wood tones. If you want a simple and minimal kitchen, you can never go wrong with soft blue. It’s a subtle shade that is safe, yet brings life and freshness to your kitchen cabinets. Breath of Fresh Air by Benjamin Moore is an excellent choice!
Although minimalism and rose gold appliances were huge for 2018, this year is all about bringing new wild ideas for the heart of the home. With this project, you can choose to express yourself by choosing kitchen cabinet colors that best match your personality.
There are all kinds of sink and faucet designs to consider–futuristic, vintage, whimsical, luxury etc.
Open kitchen shelves instead of wall cabinetry is becoming an even hotter trend for 2018. While you may find it hard to go without your beloved closed door wall cabinetry, open shelving has plenty of benefits. It introduces a light and airy feel offering the illusion of more space which is especially great in smaller kitchens.