Bamboo Kitchen Cabinets
Brown and Gray Contemporary Kitchen With Stainless Countertops
Stainless steel countertops and appliances make a crisp, industrial contrast against the rich wood finish of the cabinets in this contemporary kitchen. A hint of cool color is introduced with the pale blue backsplash.
When preparing to renovate an old kitchen or install a new one, one of your first tasks will be to decide on the materials you'll use for your kitchen cabinets. Bamboo kitchen cabinets are a popular option today.
Updated Neutral Modern Kitchen With Custom Wood Cabinetry
This neutral modern kitchen was brought back to life by opening up the space and adding windows. Updated lighting was added to fit today's lifestyle and also respect the age and style of the space. Custom wood cabinets were added throughout. Thought was given to each finish to ensure that the original style of the house was retained with a more modern touch.
Neutral Modern Kitchen With Red Oven, White Island and Wood Wall
A crisp white island and matching shelves and cabinetry serve up ample storage in this modern kitchen. The open, neutral space is anything but boring thanks to a bright red oven, large pendant lights and an eye-catching wood wall.
Eat-In Kitchen Boasts Sleek, Streamlined Look
Bright, Eat-In Kitchen With Ample Storage Space
Bright and white, this spacious eat-in kitchen features twin islands for plenty of prep and storage space. Cabinets on both sides of the kitchen store all of your kitchen necessities. Integrated appliances, such as the ovens, refrigerator and wine cooler add a modernized touch to the sleek design.
Modern Kitchen Features Quartz Countertop Islands & Curved Cherry Flooring
Cherry wood strip flooring, curved and bent in a pattern matching the radial form of the residence, is a spectacular example of the attention to detail in this modern kitchen. High-end finishes, like the Cambria quartz countertops, offsets the industrial elegance of the cast-in-place structural concrete wall. Floating storage echoes the elevated kitchen islands and influences the open feel.
White Modern Open Plan Kitchen With Wood Cabinets
Modern Kitchen With Elegant Globe Chandeliers and Tray Ceiling
This light and bright kitchen features two eye-catching globe chandeliers positioned over the kitchen island, which boasts a gray and white marble countertop like the rest of the kitchen. White glass front cabinets are paired with a white herringbone backsplash, while a light gray tray ceiling offers a finishing touch.
Modern Monochrome White Kitchen With Large Island and Stainless Steel Appliances
A mix of natural light and decorative light fixtures add to the bright look of this all-white kitchen. Polished white countertop reflects the light over smooth, large cabinets. A large island extends out to an eat-in area with simple white bar stools. Stainless steel appliances are built into the kitchen, and a few small decorative items add a personal touch to the design.
Brown and Green Modern Kitchen With Green Backsplash
Slotted in between gorgeous walnut cabinets, the bright green glass tile backsplash wakes up this tasteful kitchen. The white countertops are a subtle pairing that doesn't compete with the vibrant color.
White Modern Kitchen With Ocean View
This gorgeous modern kitchen echoes the serene beauty of a white sandy beach, punctuated by the stunning ocean view just beyond the room's enormous windows. Soft gray cabinets bring a touch of textured contrast, but the overall feel is sleek and airy.
Modern, White Kitchen with Large Island and Orange Stools
High-Contrast Kitchen Boasts Clean, Streamlined Look
Sleek, clean and sophisticated, this kitchen achieves the optimal atmosphere for preparing a meal. Minimal cabinet hardware, a waterfall island countertop and clean-lined barstools help to accomplish the crisp, streamlined look. The color palette is equally impressive; rich brown cabinets offer striking contrast against the crisp white surroundings.
A Light and Minimal Open Kitchen
This modern, minimal kitchen and living space is enveloped entirely in white, giving the home an otherworldly feeling of weightlessness. Baseboards and cabinetry bases are recessed, making walls and furnishings appear to float. Clerestory windows in the kitchen bring in loads of natural light.
Oversized Modern Kitchen Island With Table-Height Counter
This oversized kitchen island provides plenty of seating at the eat-in counter and additional seating at the table-height extension. Acrylic dining chairs and barstools don't weigh down the space, while sleek cabinetry provides a modern backdrop for the open kitchen.
A Variety of Textures
A stone wall, glass tabletop and wood ceiling light fixture bring various textures to this kitchen designed by Elizabeth Rosensteel. The monochromatic gray tones in the countertops, cabinets, stools and backsplash bring a modern touch to the space.
An eco-friendly kitchen design is a new and innovative way to cook. Designer Lori Dennis chose recycled countertops with silver flecks for some sparkle and the bamboo shades, cabinets and flooring and sleek hardware bring a modern touch to the space.
If you're looking for a fresh look in your kitchen that may offer a bit of individuality and a more modern style, bamboo could be the perfect choice.
Bamboo is a strong and sustainable natural resource that's become increasingly popular for floors and cabinets in homes. Although often mistaken for a wood, bamboo is in fact a grass; as such, it is sustainable and quickly renewable. Because bamboo grows to maturity within as little as seven years, it is available more rapidly than hardwood, which can take decades to reach the age of harvesting.
Bamboo, unlike particleboard or some of the softer hardwoods, is very durable and hard. Bamboo's sturdiness makes it particularly well-suited for high-traffic areas like the kitchen.
Bamboo has a beautiful natural hue that warms up a kitchen with a light, neutral coloring. The color of natural bamboo is so appealing that most people do not feel the need to stain bamboo cabinets—they shine on their own with a simple clear coat. The grain of bamboo is distinctively linear and can be oriented either vertically or horizontally.
In terms of cost, because bamboo is still a fairly new and uncommon material, it is on the moderately expensive side—comparable to the cost of high-end hardwood. Because of its newness, manufacturers typically still only have a few styles of stock bamboo cabinetry. Therefore, you may need to order custom cabinets to complete your specific kitchen design; this may also increase the cost of your overall design project.
Bamboo overall lends itself to a fresh and modern look in your kitchen. The distinctive linear grain and light color of bamboo kitchen cabinets may be just the look you are going for to modernize or update your home.
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