Diversity of Design with a Singular Cabinet Style

22 Aug Diversity of Design with a Singular Cabinet Style

Contemplating a kitchen remodel but not sure which cabinetry best suits the design style you’re looking for? Although cabinet doors are vast in variety and pattern, choosing a simple composition can allow for style variance with just a few subtle changes. A simple shaker door style offers enough diversity to be transformed from traditional to contemporary with a mere change of color, presentation and hardware choice.



This Arts and Crafts hutch, from Crystal Cabinet Works in a quarter-sawn oak Regent full overlay door style, takes a basic shaker door pattern and transforms it into a classic traditional furniture piece, with a rich nutmeg finish and rustic bronze hardware.



A similar door style, from Mid Continent Cabinetry in the Concord door, offers a transitional look – part traditional, part contemporary – that differs from the Arts and Crafts look by showcasing a dark espresso finish, bun feet, decorative satin nickel backplate pulls and a bullnose edge countertop.  



Hoping for something more contemporary? Once more, a simple square door style will do the trick, such as this Salem cabinetry from KitchenCraft. A sleek, modern design is easily achieved with the use of metal feet, stainless steel pulls, a square-edge countertop and weathered slate finish.


To view these styles and more, visit our Denver cabinet showroom and let our designers share a diversity of cabinet options with you.