When you are in the midst of a remodeling project, detail is everything. Whether it’s your kitchen or bathroom, the materials for the new interior style have to blend perfectly to create the visual you desire. But it seems that with every material you choose, there are further details that need to be figured out – like the cabinets. You may favor one particular collection of cabinets, but then you have to select the finish, hardware, and door style. The door style can be one of the trickiest elements to decide on, especially if you are ordering custom cabinets for your New Jersey home. But there is no need to fret! Our talented design team has got you covered. To give you a head start, we’ve put together a brief, helpful guide to picking the right cabinet door styles.
There are three main cabinet door styles that vary in design – recessed, slab, and raised. The door styles are categorized according to the look of their center panel. The raised panel tends to look traditional while the recessed panel seems more contemporary. The slab panel, however, has no profile and appears flat for a modern appearance. In or showroom, we have thousands of stylish cabinet door styles from which to choose. When making your selection, there are a couple of things to keep in mind.
What style is the kitchen or bathroom going to be?
The cabinet doors should be able to accommodate the look of the room as a whole, whether it be rustic, historic, modern, or classic.
Will the door style match the trims, moldings, and doors in the room?
Consider the other little details of the room when picking the door style to make sure they balance each other out in terms of aesthetics.
Should the door style match the other door styles of the house?
Some interior designs look amazing when they have consistency, but it doesn’t have to all completely match. If you have raised panels in the bathroom, then you may want to have raised panels in the kitchen as well, but with a different color and style.
Should the door style have added details?
If you feel like the door style is a great match but is missing a little something, there are further options for improving it, like adding a molding to the inside panel or replacing the center panel with glass or even wire.
By considering these aspects of your remodeling project, you can be sure to pinpoint the right door style for your cabinets. At our price club for cabinets, you’ll find quality brand name cabinetry available at amazing prices. Schedule a design appointment at our showroom and we’ll help your project take off, as well as help you determine the best door style for your kitchen or bathroom.