Korinna Kriemhild. Cabinet. March 03rd , 2017.
For many years, white cabinets dominated the scene. That was until a few years ago when gray became the new "it" color. Gray cabinets, like white cabinets, are neutral and can work well with many designs. Gray especially works for cabinet colors since wood cabinets are an otherwise "warm" material. The color also saw a huge jump in popularity since it works with almost any color scheme. However, if gray is not incorporated correctly it come across as "sterile" and "lifeless."
So, before you take the leap, do your homework. Keep a file with pictures from magazines of designs and features you like, go to showrooms and talk to certified kitchen designers. The more you know, the easier the decisions will be. Once you have done your homework and know what you want, or even if you are not sure, then consult a certified kitchen designer.
The most common stock cabinets are usually made of engineered wood with a melamine finish. Semi custom cabinetry offers more options and is typically constructed of engineered wood or plywood with solid wood doors or faces. The materials and workmanship tends to be higher quality than that of stock cabinetry. Custom cabinetry construction, materials and finishes are usually superior to that of stock and semi-custom. The drawer fronts, doors, and face frames are generally solid wood.
If your existing cabinets are structurally sound, there is really no need to go through the cost and spend the time tearing out, ordering and replacing cabinet boxes that are in great shape. What needs replacing are the cabinet doors, drawer fronts and cabinet hardware. These three components are what make up the style of the cabinets and provide the appearance that makes a kitchen design come together.
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