By Caroline Siler
Many customers are showing an interest in two-toned cabinetry, says Caroline Siler, assistant kitchen and bath designer at Westside Remodeling. And she agrees that when designed with care and expertise, the results can be stunning.
A common way of achieving this look is to have the island cabinets be a different color than the perimeter cabinets. Another option is to have the upper cabinets vary in color from the base cabinets. And a really innovative option is to have pantry cabinets or built-in hutches in a different color from the rest of the cabinets in the kitchen.
If you’re interested in speaking with Caroline or one of our other designers about a kitchen remodeling project, we invite you to contact us by email or stop by our showroom.
Caroline suggests choosing color combinations that are either subtle, like white and a soft gray, or bold and contrasting, like white and a deep rustic red. This two-toned trend creates a lot of interest in a kitchen and allows for a more personalized and custom design.