Is a kitchen renovation happening in your home soon? One of the biggest decisions you’ll make is what type of cabinetry to install. The type of kitchen cabinets you select will have a major impact on the aesthetic, storage, and functionality of your renovated space.
With that being said, let’s explore the most popular types of kitchen cabinets so you can make the best choice for your home and lifestyle.
- Base Cabinets. Base cabinets are built for convenience. Found below kitchen countertops, sinks, and cooktops, they anchor the kitchen and house cooking appliances for easy access. These kitchen cabinets also add an aesthetic element by defining your kitchen’s floor plan with their positioning.
- Tall-Standing Cabinets. Tall-standing cabinets typically offer the most storage space. Their height makes storing (and access to) cookware and spice racks easier. As their name implies, they also stand out in any kitchen design due to their sheer size and presence.
- Wall Kitchen Cabinets. Wall kitchen cabinets give your kitchen a more coordinated look by complementing your base cabinets. Therefore, it might be worthwhile pairing them in your renovated kitchen design. Wall cabinets also provide plenty of storage space for your glassware and other items you want out of the way but still within reach.
- Corner & Specialty Cabinets. Corner cabinets maximize those awkward corner areas and gaps in your kitchen. You can achieve this by installing angled cabinets or Lazy Susan shelves, which minimizes disruption to your other cabinetry. They offer unique storage space for specialty items like spice pull-outs, special-occasion linen, or trash/recycling hideaways.
At Precision Decorating, we design and install beautiful kitchen cabinets according to your vision. Talk to our design specialists today about your kitchen renovation, and we’ll help you get started!