Kitchen Cabinet Trends

Remodeling your kitchen is always in style. But what about the style of your cabinets? Are those plain wooden ones working for you? If not, maybe it's time to look at what is popular this year.
Horizontal Cabinets
Squares and vertical rectangles are still the preferred designs for kitchen cabinets, but there is a rise in horizontal cabinetry. As cabinets get wider, there is less of a need to stack cabinets (if you have enough storage). This not only makes access much easier, but gives your kitchen a cleaner, more refined look.
If you’re looking for more organization, you can also add drawer inserts to declutter all those pots, pans and numerous other kitchen utensils you have.
White, Gray & Neutral Colours
White kitchen cabinets are still quite popular but gray, along with other neutral colours have began to get noticed.
Often, homeowners are opting for refined neutral colours and earthy tones that work well with a variety of design elements. These colours not only provide a sense of warmth, but give you more design freedom to add bold colours elsewhere, providing a seamless blend throughout the house.
Clean Lines & Subtle Design
Two other dominant trends for kitchen cabinets are clean lines and subtle designs. To ensure design flexibility in the long term, cabinet door styles have become simpler, using clean lines. As the modern style continues to gain steam, clean lines and subtle designs make ideal sense for anyone looking to upgrade their kitchen cabinets.
Matching another kitchen remodeling trend, clean lines go perfectly with black and white kitchens. Black and white kitchens tend to offset each other and give the kitchen a clean, sleek and visually appealing design. Clean lines, along with black and white kitchens, can also offset the tension between rustic, modern and transitional kitchens.