Remember when the kitchen was tucked away in the back corner of your house and it was closed in by walls on all sides? Times have changed. Kitchens are now the focal point of your home and should feel inviting and showcase your home. Ever notice that when you have friends over that everyone gathers in the kitchen? Advances in technology and changing social developments have helped change the look and feel of today's kitchens. Clean and simple design and natural lighting have become the norm. Functional storage is critical for today's growing and busy families.
We’ve gathered a list of top kitchen trends for homes across the nation, offering some advice and ideas as you tackle your upcoming kitchen renovation.
If you’re a fan of home improvement channels, then you’ve probably heard designers rave about open concept kitchens. This design plan connects the living room, dining room, and kitchen to create one, massive space in the center of a home. Perfect for homeowners that entertain a lot or for casual evenings, this design is efficient, inviting, and reinforces the fact that the kitchen is the heart of the home.
Color trends are constantly changing, but two-toned kitchens are slowly becoming a staple for homes everywhere. This trend can be defined as color contrasts of any and all variations:
One place where we see a lot of contrast is the kitchen island. To break up the look of all kitchen cabinets in one color including the kitchen island, homeowners are using different colors and finishes for their kitchen island and countertop. Say all of your kitchen cabinets are white including your kitchen island. One way you can change the look of your kitchen island is to replace your Cabinet Doors, Drawer Fronts and side panels with new veneers to a new paint color or wood stain finish. Ordering replacement cabinet doors, drawer fronts and veneers is a simple and inexpensive way to upgrade and change the look and style of your kitchen.
Contemporary and modern designs have taken over kitchens trends in the past century. These designs feature streamlined styling with clean edges and smooth surfaces. Slab and shaker cabinet doors are very popular modern styles. They are offered in a wide array of unfinished wood species including hard maple and cherry so you can stain your cabinet doors and drawers fronts either light or dark. Paint grade hard maple or medium density fiberboard (MDF) are great options for priming and painting your cabinet components...and a little cheaper than solid wood. Inspired by European culture, these minimalistic kitchens are easy to navigate and center around organization, making cabinetry an extremely important aspect of the design.
Homeowners are looking for better ways to store food, drinks, pots & pans and small appliances within their cabinetry. There are a wide of options offered today including roll-out cabinet drawer boxes for pots & pans and small appliances, cabinet drawer dividers, wastebasket cabinets for garbage and recyclables, tip-out trays for smaller items and pull-out cabinet storage for easy access to canned foods and spices. Cabinet Doors 'N' More offers numerous solutions for your storage needs with replacement cabinet Drawer Boxes that can be ordered in the following dimensions:
Technology is everywhere, including the kitchen. From microwaves and big appliances to self-brewing coffee pots and voice assistants, smart kitchens are becoming more and more popular. Since smart kitchen trends are evolving, it doesn’t hurt to review the latest time-saving gadgets and implement them into your remodel.
Inviting the outdoors into your kitchen’s design is another way to stay on-trend as you remodel your home. Whether it’s installing new windows, sticking with natural tones, or incorporating wood cabinets, bringing elements of nature into the room can elevate the mood of the space—making it feel homey and welcoming to all who enter.
The best place to start for a kitchen remodel is the cabinetry. Relatively easy to renovate and a central part of a kitchen’s design, cabinets can have a big impact on the aesthetic of the room. If you are planning to upgrade or change the look, feel and style of your kitchen cabinets, then turn to the experts at Cabinet Doors ‘N’ More.
Only the finest unfinished solid cherry, hard maple, paint-grade hard maple, red oak materials are used to create our custom Cabinet Doors and Drawer Fronts. Where other online retailers are concerned with cutting costs in regards to materials or finding alternative materials, we use only the best raw materials that we can find...and all of our talented woodworkers realize how crucial their hard work and dedication to each unique cabinet component truly is. We build one component at a time.
75% of the lumber we source is provided by suppliers that are members of at least one of the following six certified conservation collectives: the American Tree Farm, the Canadian Standards Association, the Forestry Stewardship Council, the International Organization for Standardization, the Program for the Endorsement of Forest Certification and the Sustainable Forestry Initiative. We know this is critical to our success and more importantly to our customers.
In addition to an emphasis on using environmentally sustainable methods and materials, we also believe that honoring and utilizing traditional carpentry methods makes all of the difference. We have the belief this is just another part of what sets us apart from the rest of the competition. We’ve coupled both old-school construction methods and speedy production times to take all of the guesswork out of fulfillment, shipping and delivery so you can be confident to know you can complete your kitchen or bath project without any issues along the way.
For new, replacement Cabinet Doors, Drawer Fronts, Drawer Boxes and all of your cabinet remodeling needs, turn to the leader in the online kitchen cabinetry industry – Cabinet Doors ‘N’ More. You can order as little as one cabinet door front for a quick repair, or a multitude of cabinet components for a large-scale project. Whatever you need, we have the custom, high-quality replacement cabinet components you can count on for your DIY project. Click through our extensive collection, and start our easy-to-use ordering process today!
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