What style of Kitchen Cabinets do you prefer? Selecting the perfect cabinet style can be very difficult when designing or redesigning your kitchen. There are a huge variety of colors, materials and door styles available. Do you want doors on your upper cabinets, or no upper cabinets at all? What style door should you choose? Do the upper cabinets and wall cabinets have to match? What about trim styles, custom vent hoods, appliance panels and hidden pantries. The possibilities are endless. Here are a few examples of how our client’s incorporated ceiling height cabinets into their kitchen designs.

Full Height Kitchen Cabinets

Full ceiling height cabinets are an excellent way to add dimension to your kitchen while also increasing storage. The top row of cabinets can be fully framed to hide less used items or open framed to display your favorite dishes and decor. Open shelves and recessed lighting can be added to create focal points within the design.

In this project and in the project above, inset cabinetry with recessed panel doors creates a clean and contemporary look. The top of the cabinets and the vent hood are finished with crown molding that adds formality to the design. 

In both kitchens, Grey and white veined marble countertops with a straight edge complement the monotone color scheme and a marble backsplash above the designer cooktop becomes a focal point of the room.

Montclair Danby Marble Kitchen Countertops
 Montclair Danby Marble Kitchen Countertops

This kitchen design combines more traditional style raised cabinet doors and drawers combined with a modern veined marble backsplash. The open-frame glass-front upper cabinets include recessed lighting to display the owner’s favorite decorative items. Other traditional elements that bring the style together include custom scrollwork on the cabinetry, a vintage style chandelier and a soft ogee edge on the marble countertops.

If you are designing or remodeling a kitchen, Surface One can help you find the perfect countertops to complement your new cabinets. If you need help pulling your project together, our sales team can recommend interior designers, builder and remodelers to help you design the kitchen of your dreams.

Photo Credits: Tasha B Interiors, Twin Construction & StyleBlueprint, B-Metro.

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