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Pairing Countertops and Cabinets: Style, Aesthetic, Planning

When it comes to kitchen remodels, few things are more important than choosing the right cabinets and countertops. After all, these are the two features that will have the biggest impact on both the look and functionality of your new kitchen. Fortunately, there are a few simple tips you can follow to ensure that your cabinets and countertops work well together.

At Creative Granite & Design, we not only offer a wide range of granite, marble, quartz, and other countertops but also provide tips and resources for designing your entire room. Our kitchen visualizer tool is a fantastic way for clients to get an idea of what their new layout might look like, including countertops, cabinets, and numerous other elements. This tool is easy to use and can give you a realistic preview of your new kitchen, helping you make informed decisions about your design.

When it comes to pairing countertops with cabinets, this final part of our two-part blog series will round out the general tips we recommend to clients.

Pairing Countertops and Cabinets

Consider What’s in Style

Homeowners are increasingly gravitating toward monochromatic kitchen designs for their clean appeal and simple sophistication. Right now, dark gray cabinets paired with white countertops are a popular look, but we’re also seeing an all-white minimalist approach gaining popularity.

With this approach, homeowners use accessories such as vases or kitchen appliances to add a pop of color and bring the kitchen to life. Regardless of which route you choose, a monochromatic kitchen design is sure to give your home a sleek, modern look that will stand the test of time.

Keep in Mind How Your Home Looks Now

If you’re planning to add a new kitchen island to your home, one of the first things you’ll need to decide is what style island you want. The style should match the rest of your home. If your living room, dining room, and bedrooms all use traditional country-style decor, you might not want to go for such a modern look unless you’re planning to remodel those spaces as well. Instead, pair a red or brown wood-finished cabinet with natural stone countertops.

Alternatively, if your home has a more contemporary feel, you could go for a sleek white or black island. Whatever style you choose, make sure it fits in with the overall aesthetic of your home.

The First Step of Any Project Is Planning

If you’re thinking about remodeling your kitchen, one of the best things you can do is consult with a professional. A local contractor or kitchen remodeling expert can help you turn your vision for the space into a reality. They’ll be able to recommend stone and granite countertops and design ideas that fit with what you’re picturing and make sure that everything comes together in a way that makes sense.

Going into a kitchen remodel with a clear understanding of what you want will help ensure that the final result is something you love. So don’t hesitate to bring in an expert opinion early on in the process – it could make all the difference.

So, whether you’re looking for inspiration or practical advice on stone or granite countertops, we’ve got you covered. Contact Creative Granite & Design today.

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