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Home Improvement  /  April 7, 2020

A Guide to Popular Kitchen Cabinet Styles

If you’re hunting for the best kitchen cabinets in town, you have probably seen a wide array of options ranging from natural and wooden styles to modern and trendy designs. However, some types of kitchen cabinets will remain timeless, so you might want to focus on these instead.

In this post, Handyman Connection® of Mason lists some of the most well-loved kitchen cabinet styles. We also discuss their top pros and cons.

Glass-Front Cabinets

You may not want all your kitchen cabinets to have glass fronts, so feel free to mix and match. Glass-front cabinets are typically ideal for displaying items that you want to show off, and they also work well in a darker room where their reflection can help brighten up the room. one downside of this type of cabinet is the possibility of breakage. Make sure to use high-quality glass so you can rest assured that it’s durable.

Flat-Front Cabinets

Also called slab doors, flat-front cabinets have no panels or other framing. They have a simple, minimalist look that’s perfect for modern or contemporary kitchens. This also makes them an excellent canvas for the hardware you choose, making the knobs and drawer pulls stand out. Flat-front cabinets are either painted or covered with wood veneer, and they are easier to clean or refinish. Their only downside is that they can potentially look a little stark. But with the right paint or staining, this can easily be remedied.

Shaker Style Cabinets

Shaker style cabinets are one of the many traditional types that have maintained their popularity through the years. Thanks to their minimalist yet distinctive look, they have continued to appeal to many homeowners. Their best advantage is probably their chameleon-like quality. Shaker style cabinets are easy to style in various ways. And since they’re quite popular, shaker cabinets are widely available and reasonably priced. One disadvantage of this type of cabinet is that it requires frequent cleaning to prevent dirt from building up on the inset area.

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