These are also called “tuxedo” cabinets. You’ll see the top and bottom cabinets painted in complementary hues, instead of being one uniform color. Think light upper cabinets and dark-hued bottom cabinets for a striking contrast.
Mix and Match Hardware
It’s daring, but installing mismatched cabinet pulls and handles is in. A lot of designers compare hardware to jewelry, and just like in fashion, mixing metals is a fun and unique way to personalize a look.
That rustic, farmhouse look isn’t going away anytime soon. And thanks to the popular design duo, Chip and Joanna Gaines of Fixer Upper, wood paneling or shiplap (pine boards often used to construct barns and sheds) are taking over kitchens.They’re often painted white and used for everything from the backsplash to the ceiling – and likely paired with a farmhouse sink.
Sure, stainless steel may make your kitchen look sleek, but a lot of people are opting for appliances that are “hidden” by a cabinet façade. Everything from dishwashers to refrigerators can be covered to match the kitchen cabinetry.