Published at Thursday, 03 August 2017 by Hettie Morin in Cabinets & Drawer, with total 23 photographs.
Once you've decided whether to stick to the overall home design, discard it, or create something that rests comfortably in the middle, it's time to think about the scope of your kitchen cabinet project. The space you have to work with—and your overall budget—may go a long way toward determining the final product when it comes to your kitchen cabinet design. Large, open areas tend to tolerate elegant, sweeping, traditional designs better than smaller spaces, which are often better suited for the clean, compact lines of modern design.
Refacing is a less expensive option than replacing the cabinet doors, though refacing won't work on some cabinets. Double-check the material your cabinet is made of before you decide to reface. Once you've decided on how you will update your kitchen cabinet doors, you will have to choose a style. A contemporary or modern style generally has a sleek, sophisticated look, so you'll want to steer clear of anything rustic or distressed.
Stainless steel recessed drawer pulls and toe-kicks compliment the sleek appliances. Glass-front upper cabinets mix in a personal display touch. Cabinets with simple beaded molding around a flat inset panel are nearly style-neutral the finish and the hardware can push them toward almost any look you choose.