Kitchen / January 17, 2018 / Clara Mcclelland.
One trend that fits into both modern and traditional kitchen cabinet design is creating an all grey kitchen. There are many grey hues to choose from, opening a wide spectrum of design options. For example, you can combine charcoal grey cabinets with lighter grey kitchen countertops, such as 5212 Noble Grey. Another option is pale grey cabinets with a 5003 Piatra Grey dark grey backsplash. Whichever combination you choose, imagine how well the grey will offset your stainless-steel sink and appliances.
Another color design approach is the usage of natural and earthly color shades in a contemporary setting. The inspiration from nature represented by the highly attractive veneers – one in white glazed oak and other in Brazil glazed oak, take a central stage of the design, giving a unique note to the modern functional composition.
Another way to achieve a rustic kitchen design is with your countertops. A neutral toned countertop, such as 6046 Moorland Fog, is a great way to bring your modern rustic kitchen to the next level. The soft and gentile tones of this granite inspired countertop is the perfect balance between the traditional and modern rustic kitchen. Opting for a butcher’s block in lieu of an island is another stylish way to increase the functionality of your new kitchen.
There are endless possibilities available for your kitchen cabinet design, so it is imperative to do your research before your big decision is made. The cabinetry is the perfect way to achieve the overall design of your kitchen. For example, are you going to install upper cabinetry to maximize storage, or will you opt for open shelving? Do your cabinets work well with your new countertop- in colour, style and material? The following are some kitchen cabinet design ideas and combinations for you to consider.