Looking for ways to elevate the design and overall look of your kitchen? Well, then we’ve got a few tips and tricks up our selves! When starting the process of designing your dream kitchen, we imagine you looking for design inspiration from our favorite websites such as Pinterest and Houzz. These websites help give you great ideas on styles and help us see what you’re envisioning. But sometimes it’s the smaller details that often go missed that can really help make a difference in elevating your space – and that’s what we’re sharing today! Ready to learn more about some of our design tricks? Then continue reading below:
A beautiful and wonderful way to “cap-off” any exposed ends of cabinetry is to apply a decorative end. A decorative end is essentially a door panel that matches the rest of the kitchen that will help give your space and finished and complete look. Decorative ends are great for any style ranging from modern to traditional.
Cabinet hardware is a super simple and easy way to add design and flair to your kitchen or bath. Today, there are tons of options to choose from! To start, there are knobs and pulls in almost any shape and size. Then, the options of finishes will leave you with a never-ending amount of style choices. Plus, with cabinet hardware, you don’t have to limit yourself to only one option. You can mix and match pulls and knobs – doing this method, we recommend sticking with the same style and finish. So, don’t miss out on a great way to elevate your space with hardware!
Glass Fronts and Glass Shelves
A wonderful way to elevate your space is to incorporate a cabinet or two that has glass fronts and glass shelves. Although it’s not a window, it still gives a feel of an open and airiness to the space. With the glass fronts, you have many options to choose from. These include clear glass, frosted glass, deco glass, and more. If incorporating glass-front cabinetry, we recommend matching the interior color to the exterior finish giving a complete and seamless look to your space.
Speaking of a seamless look, integrated appliances are exactly that. When appliances are integrated, it simply means they are integrated into the cabinetry with matching door fronts. This can be done with appliances such as refrigerators and dishwashers. However, not all appliances can be integrated. Imagine not being able to see into your oven!
Bookcases are a neat and interesting way to add a little something out of the ordinary into your kitchen space. Not only do bookcases elevate the space, but they also provide an important spot to store your cookbooks and other decorative items! A great place for a bookcase cabinet is at the end of an island or at the end of a cabinet run. Who doesn’t look a good cookbook?!
Looking for ways to elevate your kitchen? Connect with us to set up a free discussion to go over your plans. We’d love to hear about your project!