Transform Your Kitchen With New Cabinetry

Transform Your Kitchen With New Cabinetry

Achieve a refreshing transformation in your kitchen by introducing a new style of cabinetry. Changing cabinetry styles is a great way to spruce up your current layout or create a whole new appearance altogether. With Denver custom and semi-custom cabinets, there are countless styles to choose from.

Here are a few popular options to help you narrow down the look you wish to acquire:


Shaker Cabinets Whether your design preference is traditional, transitional, modern or contemporary, shaker cabinets work well with almost any décor. Similar to Mission-style, the simple, clean lines and flat-panel door style of Shaker offer a pleasing cohesive look. With the ability to be constructed from a multitude of materials and finishes, this classic cabinet will blend well with your personality and your budget.






Louvered Cabinets Originally seen on closet doors and partitions, ventilated slats have come a long way. Incorporated into cabinetry, this door style is perfect for both the kitchen and bath in any geographical area. The sleek lines are great for contemporary or transitional designs. The “southern” feel works well in a traditional-style setting. If you’re desiring a beach house ambience, louvered doors are optimal. They add a dimension of warmth and sunshine to your home, whether in a stained or painted finish.




Slab (Flat)

laminate_river_cherryB If you appreciate the look of simplicity, you will love flat, or slab, door fronts. The absence of details makes this cabinet a great choice for people who crave a simple, no-frills, or contemporary look. Like the Shaker door, it works well with just about any style and budget. Plus, keeping your cabinet doors clean is a cinch, with no stiles and rails for dirt and oil to collect in. If you’re interested in a higher-end look, consider special material options like carbonized bamboo, acrylic or metal.





Distressed Wood cabinetry Cabinets with antiqued elements are great for rustic, country, or cottage homes. The distressed look is achieved by first applying rub-thru stains or paints. Then, other elements are added, like worm-holing, cracking, wearing, and gouging. This results in a well-worn, yet equally beautiful, product. Distressed cabinets tend to fall into a higher price point due to the extra processes required, however you’ll end up with an heirloom-quality kitchen.




Bead Board

Bead Board Cabinetry Homeowners who like the look of a country cottage or home by the sea will certainly love the addition of bead board to their cabinetry. Like louvered doors, bead board was a product initially created for wall treatments. However, it has since transitioned into a desirable cabinet style. The slatted wood can be used on the cabinet doors themselves or as the interior finish of the cabinet. Sometimes referred to as Cape Cod, bead board will make your kitchen feel bright, clean, and airy.





Bridgeport_Oak_Espresso Once considered outdated, arch-face cabinet doors have made a  comeback. The curvature of the raised panel offers an elegant look, reminiscent of classical architecture or Renaissance-period woodwork. With several styles to choose from, including eyebrow and cathedral, the arch looks great in many applications, including wood, painted finishes and thermofoils. If an entire room full of arched doors seems too much, consider placing them in just a few places, such as only on the upper wall cabinets or in a furniture-style hutch.



As you plan your Denver kitchen remodel, consider a cabinet design that best represents your style. The right cabinet can truly transform your kitchen. Not sure what you want? Contact us to explore the many possibilities.