Kitchens are often said to be essential rooms in the house, so it only makes sense that cabinetry is the most crucial element of the room.
The cabinets keep us organized by providing ample storage for dishes, pots, pans, and more. In addition, you have a wide assortment of options, including built-in shelves, island peninsulas, appliance "garages," spice racks, and more.
Here are three stand-out cabinetry trends
Stock cabinets come pre-assembled. As you may imagine, they come in standard dimensions, styles, and colors. Unfortunately, there's no option for modifications.
Semi-stock is similar to stock but has limited options. For example, you can change stains, finishes, paint, and maybe even the drawer depth of the kitchen cabinets.
With custom cabinetry, the sky's the limit. Plans and specifications are drawn up and sent to a workroom to be built.
Shaker cabinets: classic & trendy
Think of a wooden frame with an inset. Shaker cabinets have a "boxy" look with square edges.
Their versatility makes them so popular; they work with any decor and in any room.
The organic, rustic look
Anything that reminds us of nature is significant right now. So, if this is a look you want, consider light-toned wood when shopping for cabinets in Fort Worth, TX.
This shade gives the room a bright, airy look that adds to the organic tone of the room.
Navy blue cabinets look clean and make a stunning design visual. When combined with the right furnishing, such as a butcher block island, it's both classic and trendy at the same time.
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