By Zoey Patel. Cabinet Styles. At Friday, December 14th 2018, 08:36:53 AM.
If a bold paint color isn’t quite your thing, don’t worry. There are plenty of other ways to apply this look. One of them is to use two separate materials in your cabinet design. A wood finish is typically selected for part of the look, but you could, for example, mix it with laminate for a sleek, modern look or glass and aluminum to give the room an industrial feel.
After admiring all of these unique cabinet styles, you are surely having trouble deciding what appeals to you most. Why not try a mixture of all of them? Even in a minimalist interior you can mix up the palette a bit. Why not try lower wood cabinets in combination with upper white lacquered ones? Or veneered walnut cabinet side panels with shiny lacquered faces? Or stainless steel floating upper shelves with painted lower wood cabinets.
A few wooden floating shelves in combination with a glass backsplash or shiny subway tile backsplash will take your kitchen from blah to breathtaking! The only downside of floating shelves is the lack of hidden storage. It takes a very organized person to keep these open units from becoming cluttered and unsightly.
Cherry kitchen―cabinets are not too mundane, but at the same time aren't too loud, and have a nice in between style that appeals to many. In contrast to other kinds of wood, it is relatively tame, but still can be very appealing to the eyes. It actually resembles maple, also has a reddish―brown color, most of the time, but can also come in white as well.