Everything in life changes, your location, your address even your kitchen cabinets. My name is Steve Ross, I operate one of the best Cabinet Companies in the San Francisco Bay Area — Distinctive Cabinetry. We provide kitchen remodeling and design services for clients in Danville, Lafayette, Alamo and Walnut Creek, CA
Since 1981 I have seen kitchen cabinet styles and trends change on a whim. Although there isn’t a cabinet combination that would surprise me, the client requesting Orange Cabinets was unique. Individual tastes are just that, individual; however people are naturally curious about what others are selecting for their kitchens. In fact, one of the first questions clients inquire when selecting their kitchen cabinets is “popularity”. They want to know the most popular kitchen cabinet styles.
Below are Distinctive Cabinetry’s TOP 3 POPULAR KITCHEN CABINET STYLES 2013:
This kitchen features a Bridgeport door style in Oak finished in Peppercorn with a Nickel glaze. This door style is available in many colors, distressing characteristics and styles. Our clients were attracted to the flexibility of this door style. In particular, the center panel could be replaced with clear, opaque, textured, etched, or patterned glass.
Keep it Simple. The Accord door style in Lyptus finished in Toffee with Chocolate glaze falls in the Shaker Category. Shaker Cabinets are extremely popular with our clients. They offer a simple, clean look with a recessed center panel. You won’t find embellishments on these doors, but they do offer a wide range of glazes and distressing to fit any taste.
1) MISSION – Popular Kitchen Cabinet Styles 2013 Winner
Yes, our clients were on a mission. They favored the Mission Cabinet Style best. Who can blame them? The kitchen shown above features a Lancaster (Mission) door style in Cherry finished in Harvest. Mission Style cabinets have a distinctive style which mixes the influences of Arts & Crafts, Spanish Mission and American Southwest. It’s a simple, elegant solution to create that warm, comfortable kitchen design.
All photos courtesy of StarMark Cabinetry.