A big kitchen renovation is a dream project for many homeowners. Perhaps when they bought their house, they decided the kitchen was something that they could live with until they could afford to make it the kitchen of their dreams. If that time has come for you, here’s everything you need to know about custom cabinets and design trends in Colorado.
Traditional cabinet styles continue to dominate the custom cabinet market in Colorado. This style of cabinet runs no risk of ever going out of style and utilizes traditional hardware, neutral colors, clean lines, and focuses on function. Many of the cabinet styles below could also be considered a traditional type of cabinet but with a twist.
Rustic custom cabinets
Rustic cabinets advance the design notion in a room that everything within it is lived in. The finishes are often distressed or weathered, the colors tend to be Earth tones and natural wood, and this design style is one of the most relaxed there is in the world of kitchen design. Choose rustic style custom cabinets if this lived-in feel is the aesthetic you’re trying to achieve in your home.
Contemporary cabinet design refers to cabinets that are on-trend right now in the present day. These tend to have a modern flair with sleek lines and current trends balk crown molding and raised panels on cabinet surfaces. Oftentimes this design style will also be described as minimalist and might include open shelving or glass panels for cabinet doors.
Glass custom cabinets
Glass cabinets can be contemporary, but they don’t have to be. You can replace a wooden cabinet door with a glass panel in just about any type of cabinet design and it will fit right in. The key to glass cabinets is to keep them above waist level since below counter cabinets in your kitchen tend to take a beating.
Decorative cabinets, bold colors
You can also choose a specific type of decorative custom cabinets for your space from any number of design styles. An updated hardware choice can make all the difference in making a statement with your kitchen cabinets. And wood isn’t your only option these days as kitchen designers have fun playing with bold color in these important, functional spaces.