1. Color Kitchen Cabinets
For a modern kitchen, discard the dark wood tones of traditional cabinets and match the colors.Colorful cabinets are a great way to add character to a kitchen.The best part is that some paint cabinets can be repainted as needed without having to be replaced.Today's boldest color choices aren't necessarily bright yellow or saturated primary colors.Today's neutral colors form a modern and classic proposition, such as:
2. High Gloss Kitchen Cabinets
Add high gloss to your list of kitchen cabinet ideas. They’re easy to keep clean using a soft, damp rag, enhance color and wood grain by saturating the tones and brighten the kitchen, thanks to their reflective surface.
3. Two-Tone Kitchen Cabinets
Avoid build-grade cabinet looks by creatively choosing your cabinets.Use one of two shades in your kitchen:
High-low tone effect-Use one color for the lower cabinets and another color for the upper cabinets.To create a fresh, long-lasting look, stick with complementary colors.If you find yourself having color problems, use a darker, richer shade on the lower cabinets and a lighter shade of the same color or white on the higher cabinets.
Different shades of reality-Instead of mixing and matching colors, choose cabinets that look two-tone.Carefully choose cabinets that repeat two shades -- they may seem too busy.Our favorite, time-tested modern look includes two-tone cabinets, one for the actual cabinets and doors, and one for the exterior frame.