Mixing Kitchen Cabinet Styles and Finishes
Kitchen cabinets don't always have to match. Here are some fresh ways to meld color and style.
By: Jacquelyn McGilvray
The island’s black cabinets are paired with warm wood-tone wall cabinets and countertop. Design by Auer Kitchens.
Two Color Combo
Soft-yellow cabinets are combined with rich-brown cabinets to create a funky country style. To see more of this kitchen, click on the next image. Design by Kristen’s Kitchens.
Exposed ceiling beams blend in with the wood-tone cabinets, helping to frame the room’s bold patterns and soft colors. Design by Kristen’s Kitchens.
Old World Charm
The antique furniture-style cabinet at the end of the island lends to the charming Old World feel. Design by Gail Drury.
Night and Day
Darker base cabinets ground the space while the soft-gray finish on the upper cabinets highlights their unique shape. Design by Didier Michot.
Gray and White
The recessed-panel cabinets give the space a traditional feel while the dark-gray-and-white color combo provides a contemporary vibe.