Top Cabinet Styles for Your Kitchen Remodel

There are many design decisions that go into a kitchen remodel; one key consideration being cabinet style! Read on to learn the different cabinet designs available for your kitchen remodel and you’ll be one decision closer to the kitchen of your dreams.

Shaker

One of the most popular cabinet designs, shaker-style cabinets have a simple, timeless look. Shaker-style cabinets are known for their clean lines and are defined by a flat surface with a recessed panel in the center. They are available in a wide range of colors and materials to fit with any interior design. Shaker-style doors are compatible with most cabinet pulls and knobs, allowing you to put your personal touch on the cabinets.

Raised Panel

True to their name, raised-panel cabinet doors have a slightly raised center panel, giving them a three-dimensional look. These cabinets are used frequently in kitchen remodels as they offer a classic look. Raised-panel cabinets can be ordered with an arched or cathedral-shaped center panel or with decorative molding.

Slab or Flat-Panel

If you’re looking for a modern look, slab (also known as flat-panel) kitchen cabinets are a great option. Consisting of one flat piece of wood, these cabinets are a popular choice for a minimalist kitchen. You can opt for no pulls or knobs or choose sleek hardware that will meld seamlessly with your kitchen. Flat-panel cabinets are easy to clean and typically are less expensive than other styles.

Glass-Front

Glass-front cabinets are ideal for displaying a collection of glasses, plates, vases, or other items in the kitchen. The glass on these cabinets can be plain or be etched in a unique design. Glass-front cabinets are typically used as an accent cabinet in addition to other solid cabinet doors and often include an in-cabinet light to showcase your pieces.

Beadboard

Beadboard cabinets add a textured look to a kitchen, as the cabinet doors consist of vertical slats of wood pieced together. This style of cabinet is versatile and can be found in cottage, rustic, and beach-inspired kitchens, as well as in kitchens with a contemporary and transitional design. While beadboard cabinets bring a warm look to a kitchen, keep in mind that they are more difficult to clean as dirt can build up in the ridges.   

For more information on cabinet styles and design options, call Myrtle Beach Cabinets at (843) 279-2945 or contact us online. Our team is ready to help you find and install the perfect cabinets for your kitchen!