Shaker-Style Kitchen Cabinets
Shaker-style cabinets are among the most popular choices for kitchen remodels — for a good reason! This cabinet style is distinctive yet timeless. Shaker cabinet doors and drawers have a flat surface with a recessed panel in the middle.
This style is available in an array of materials and colors. Because shaker cabinets are so simple in design, they can fit with virtually any interior style. The ice white shaker cabinets are a customer favorite and are the perfect choice for farmhouse or modern kitchens.
The same style can elevate a bohemian or industrial design in a dark green or matte black shade. With shaker-style cabinets, the possibilities are endless.
This style also transfers well into laundry or bathrooms so you can carry the same design throughout your entire home. Because it’s such a popular choice, shaker cabinets will likely be in stock at all times and reasonably priced, making them a great choice for your remodel project.
Raised Panel Kitchen Cabinets
Besides shaker-style, raised panel kitchen cabinets are among the most popular design choices. Timeless yet visually stimulating, the three-dimensional structure of these kitchen cabinet doors fits well with any interior design style. The center panel of these cabinet doors is slightly raised and adds dimension to the look.
Most commonly used in traditional homes, this elegant cabinet style looks beautiful in every color and wood type imaginable.
Dark espresso cabinets paired with light granite countertops will result in a cozy traditional space while two-toned white and blue raised panel cabinets can turn your kitchen into a coastal dream.
Slab Kitchen Cabinets
Slab kitchen cabinets, also commonly referred to as flat-front or panel-front cabinets are among the most simple design styles to choose from for your kitchen remodel. The biggest advantages of this design are the low price tag and the easy maintenance due to the flat surface and lack of design details in the wood.
Unless you’re looking for a truly minimalist kitchen (in which case this is the perfect kitchen cabinet style for you), you can spice this cabinet style up with a unique paint color, stain or hardware.
Oversized handles instead of knobs will add depth to the otherwise bland cabinet doors.
Glass-Front Kitchen Cabinets
Also called open frame doors, glass-front kitchen cabinets are the perfect choice for anyone who wants to openly display their kitchen items. Whether you want to show off unique plates, crystal vases, or your collection of international beer mugs, you can keep items like these safe yet visible behind glass-front cabinets.
Unlike open shelves, glass-front cabinets provide more storage space and will protect your possessions from collecting dust.
Oftentimes, this style cabinet is used for certain areas in your kitchen or dining room and not throughout an entire kitchen. Wall cabinets or a tall cabinet with glass-front doors can elevate your space and will pair well with shaker, raised, or inset-style doors covering the remaining cabinets in your kitchen.
While more delicate and difficult to clean, glass-front cabinets are the perfect choice for homeowners who like to keep things tidy and want to add a unique touch to their kitchen.
Inset Kitchen Cabinets
When picking framed cabinets, inset doors are a cool design option. These cabinet doors fit flush with the face frame of the cabinet and result in a smooth and clean look. This type of kitchen cabinet door style can be more expensive because it is difficult to install. Small mistakes during installation can result in a messy finish. However, a perfectly installed inset cabinet will look absolutely beautiful in your modern or farmhouse kitchen.
It’s important to pick hinges you like and a material that matches the knobs or handles since they’ll be exposed between the doors and the face frame of your cabinets. If you don’t want the hinges to show, beaded inset cabinets have an extra layer that will outline the door or drawer and conceal hinges.