Remodeling your Costa Mesa, CA house is all fun and games until you get to the kitchen… This room is an overwhelming one to navigate for many reasons. For starters, there are big-ticket items that, to replace, can cost a pretty penny: kitchen cabinets, appliances, flooring, and countertops. Further, there is a lot to know so your remodel is done right.
Here at Kitchen Cabinets & Beyond, we know you want your kitchen to look flawless. And, this starts with your cabinets.
For years, the farmhouse style has been all the rage—and why shouldn’t it be? It’s STUNNING, when it’s done well. So, let’s go over the top 6 farmhouse kitchen cabinets that will give your home those desired country-chic vibes!
- Rustic white cabinets
Clean cabinets are the perfect option to give your kitchen a cozy feel. This is an especially good option for smaller kitchen spaces because the light colors trick the eye into “seeing more” than the space that’s actually there. Throw in some butcher block on your center island and your kitchen will belong on the next HGTV Magazine
- Light gray saves the day
Gray has a unique ability to seamlessly blend modern touches with classic farmhouse details. So, a clean white quartz countertop with a white farmhouse sink looks perfect with a modern subway tile backsplash. Gray is, technically, a modern color these days—but add a few pounded-iron pulls and your look is completely well-rounded!
- Distressed cream/khaki
This color and treatment looks beautifully antique and is great as an upper contrast to lower, dark wood cabinets. A deep gray or speckled marble countertop (once you get ready to add new countertops!) is a flawless match.
That’s right; mint. This pale version of an earthy tone is a bold choice for the homeowner looking to do something a little different. Mint is a play on a traditional French country design and looks gorgeous with copper hardware, glass-faced upper cabinets, and butcher block countertops.
- Off-white and olive hues
While white is known for opening up spaces, off-white does the same thing without compromising the warmth of your kitchen. Adding Olive green on the lower cabinets on one half of the room (as in a galley kitchen) helps to darken the room and adds intimacy.
- Integrate raw wood
With any lighter color cabinet—white, off-white, khaki, or cream—consider adding touches of “raw” (looking) wood where you can. This looks lovely as the background panel in open shelving between cabinets.
For more ideas like these, come visit the Kitchen Cabinets & Beyond showroom! Don’t let the stress of a kitchen remodeling in Costa Mesa, CA get to you. It is easier than you think, especially when you partner with the professionals we have here. Our experts have helped thousands of homeowners in Costa Mesa and the Anaheim area achieve the kitchens others only dream of. Your home is just a cabinet choice away from the farmhouse style you love!
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