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Updating the cabinetry in your kitchen space can work wonders for creating real, impactful change on a budget. Your cabinets aren’t just functional, and they should be treated as an opportunity to show off your personal style with thoughtful design.

Whether you’re already mulling over ideas for your new cabinetry or if you’re stuck in a kitchen design rut, we hope this blog outlining a few 2024 kitchen trends will offer some inspiration, at the very least.

If you’re hoping to work with a professional kitchen contractor to update your cabinets, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with %COMPANY%. We have been completing beautiful kitchen renovations for years. We specialize in custom cabinetry and would be thrilled to work with you.

Embrace Color

For a long time, white cabinets have been a go-to kitchen design feature, and now the trends are starting to move on. Gone are the days of clean and simple—your kitchen is the heart of your home, and it’s a great opportunity to show a bit of personality.

If you’re still interested in keeping things neutral, a soft beige or moss green could be a great alternative to white. We also love seeing our clients go bold—dark green, black, and even red cabinetry is making a real splash in the world of kitchen design in 2024.

Utilize Earthy Tones

To play off our last point, we also recommend that our clients try out some earthy tones in their kitchen. Calming blues, warm terracottas, and grassy greens can bring a real sense of peace, offsetting an often-bustling kitchen environment.

Earthy tones are great because they’re still quite neutral while showcasing personality, meaning they’ll be attractive to buyers if you’re looking to sell your property in the not-so-distant future.

Mix Your Designs

We understand that a little cohesion in your kitchen can go a long way, but why not try one color on your upper cupboards and change it below your countertops? Maybe painting your cabinets one color around the outside and a different color in the center could add an engaging effect? What about vintage hardware or beautiful knobs?

We encourage our clients to let their design instincts and imagination guide them when it comes to choosing these details for their kitchen.

If you want something interesting and unique but are worried about going too wacky, our experts would be happy to give you a few pointers.

Use Natural Materials

Utilizing natural materials is also a great way to achieve a neutral, earthy feel in your kitchen space. Materials like softwood, glass, and various metals all make great kitchen accents, and they work well together, too.

Natural materials will be taking center stage when it comes to kitchen design in the next few years, so if you want to hop on the trend, now is the time.

Try Out Open Shelving

Whether you love collecting antique dishes, fun mugs, or cute appliances, you might not want to hide your kitchenware away, and you really don’t have to! Actually, open shelving and glass cabinet doors are all the rage this year.

Open shelves allow you to showcase your bowls, plates, and glasses and create a sense of airiness and openness in your kitchen. If you are hoping to make the space feel bigger, considering shelving over cabinets could be a good idea.

Layer Different Textures

To bring depth and personality into your kitchen space, our experts recommend utilizing different textures. Layering textures can help to create visual intrigue and make your space more dynamic. Consider mixing a tiled backsplash with wood cabinets and marble countertops for a unique, layered kitchen.

While sleekness and monochromatic vibes were trending a few years ago, the kitchens of 2024 are spaces we can see ourselves making messes in, being with friends in, and growing with, and we’re all for that kind of charm!

Elevate Your Island

Islands have long been a popular design feature of modern kitchens, but they are no longer just utilitarian. With the right design, they can be a stunning, high-end focal point of your kitchen. There are many great options for materials, too, including the many variations of marble and granite and more rustic-looking wood islands.

Wood islands, or at least islands with wood inserts, have the benefit of being a built-in cutting board and can be quite durable with the right sealing and treatment.

Curves and New Shapes

Square cabinetry is typical, but have you ever thought about adding an arch or another unique shape to your cabinetry? We’ve been seeing the rise of more rounded shapes in kitchen design, and we’re loving it. A round edge softens the kitchen and, again, adds a little bit of interest without going over the top.

Custom cabinetry is one of the best ways to achieve a rounded shape.

Interesting Hardware

In addition to new shapes and colors, adding different kinds of hardware to your kitchen could be fun, too. We have seen everything from vintage knobs to mismatched handles, woods, metals and hard plastics.

Sometimes, the magic is in the small details, and interesting hardware is a great example of this, with its ability to subtly transform the image of different cabinets.

Connect With %COMPANY% to Bring Your Custom Cabinets to Life

While we may not all like to follow trends, learning about new designs can give us the inspiration we need to create the kitchen we really want. If you’re over the all-white or super simplistic kitchen designs of the past, our experts want to help you refresh your space through color, texture, new hardware, or all of the above.

No matter the budget you’re working with, we’re confident we’ll be able to help you achieve fabulous results that you’ll be excited to show off.

To discuss any of the above design trends with our team or to get your custom cabinets underway, give our kitchen design experts a call today. We look forward to sharing our expertise with you!

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