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

Black Island

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.

Blending In

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.

From: Drury Design

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.

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