There is an abundance of different cabinet styles out there. When looking through all our partners and manufactures everyone has a unique cabinet to share! Here are just 5 of the typical cabinet styles on the market today.
The most common cabinet style today is the shaker cabinet. They are known for their simplistic and versatile look. A popular amongst all HGTV stars, shaker cabinets are characterized by their single, flat, recessed panel and clean lines.
Louvered cabinets are popular additions to cottage style homes. Because of this, you won’t often see louvered cabinets throughout a full kitchen. Characterized by multiple angled horizontal slats this is a unique cabinet. These cabinets allow for ventilation, which could be an attractive feature. These “ventilation slats” can be open, or closed – called false louvers. A customizable part of this style is being able to choose your slat width.
Most commonly used in a contemporary home, flat-panel, or slab cabinets, are just that – flat. This cabinet style is ultra modern, and is often outfitted without hardware to achieve a minimalistic look. Wood-tone, flat-panel cabinets are versatile and can be used in many home styles. If you are looking for something even more modern, try painted, acrylic, or MDF flat-panel. Seemingly “plain”, therefore, best for kitchens with focal points.
Typical of traditional homes, raised panel cabinets are characterized by carved raised center panel. These cabinets have immense depth, and can have a lot of custom design characteristics. Though raised panel cabinets are most commonly used in older or traditional homes, paint, hardware, and stain can customize this cabinet style.
A unique cabinet, beadboard is made up of vertical rows with indentations, known as beads, between each board. This textured cabinet style, is used mostly in farmhouse and cottage style kitchens.
If you have any questions about these cabinets styles, or would like to implement them into your renovation, contact us.