4 Reasons You Should Mix & Match Your Cabinet Designs#kitchenremodel#kitchenrenovation#ktichencabinets
1. Adds Contrast and Interest
While the appeal of an all-white kitchen is still a big deal when it comes to kitchen cabinet colors, homeowners are looking to tone that down a bit and add some contrast by using a bold color, pops of black, or natural woods. The ideal place to mix things up? Your kitchen island. It’s the perfect way to bring something showstopping to the room without getting too carried away.
2. Gives You Options
Remodeling your kitchen cabinets can be a significant investment, so you might be hesitant to go too bold or trendy just in case something goes out of style. Mixing and matching your cabinets gives you the opportunity to be a bit bold, while keeping with something that you’ll still love for years to come. Consider going with a light grey or white upper cabinets on top and a soft blue or dark brown color with your lower kitchen cabinets––then connect the two sets of cabinets with matching hardware and countertop/backsplash solutions.
3. Adds Drama
For those who are feeling bold, mixing and matching cabinets is also the ideal way to add instant drama to your kitchen remodel. Get really creative with not only mixing colors with woods for example, but also consider other materials, textures, or even styles. For example pair grainy, natural wood cabinets with dark sleek options to give the space a variation of colors and textures.
You can also bring the drama in a subtle way with a black and grey kitchen. Classy and elegant, this solution to mixing and matching colors in the kitchen brings some sophistication, while remaining timeless.
4. Highlights Other Design Elements
If you have beautiful wood or tile flooring in your kitchen, two-toned cabinets are a way to highlight your flooring and make colors pop. Keep the room and elements connected by matching your kitchen island to your cabinets. Mixing and matching cabinets can also help a smaller kitchen feel more spacious.