The Trendy Cabinet Ideas of 2022

A modern kitchen during the daytime.Spring has finally arrived, and while the changing of the seasons is a great opportunity to complete some needed cleaning around the house, it’s also the perfect time to begin home improvement projects. Renovating your kitchen or bath is one of the most noticeable changes you can make to your house. Changing up these spaces, however, is not all about installing the latest and greatest appliances and fixtures—it’s also about creating a seamless environment through new backsplashes, floors, countertops, and of course, cabinets. In this blog, we’re going to look at some of the trendy cabinet ideas of 2022 that you might want to incorporate into your home—even if you aren’t looking to completely renovate.

Colorful Cabinets

Add a pop of color! According to MarthaStewart.com, the common neutral cabinet tones of old are being complimented in many kitchens by colorful cabinets. While some may want to go all out and paint every cabinet in their kitchen a dark blue or a bright red, many are opting to take it slow at first and change the color of only a few of their cabinets as an accent. That means there’s still room for some fun color in your kitchen, even if you’re keeping it cool with traditionally-colored cabinets, such as white or grey. Colorful cabinets can also be a nice touch in a redesigned bathroom.

Glass-Panel Cabinets

If you are looking for a more practical cabinet choice, consider installing cabinets that feature glass panels on the doors. While this type of cabinet isn’t new, according to FlooringInc.com, more people are beginning to use them in kitchens for more than just showing off fancy and expensive dinnerware. These glass-paned cabinets make it easier to see what’s inside and can even help add depth to your kitchen.

Full-Wall Cabinetry

Building cabinet space in your kitchen that spans from the floor to the ceiling is another trend identified by FlooringInc.com as being popular in 2022. Not only does this give you more room to store appliances and anything else you might need, but it also makes the room feel larger as more space is being utilized.

Open Shelves

Who needs cabinet doors, anyways? If you want to go even further than glass panes on your kitchen cabinets, one of the choices that homeowners are increasingly opting for, according to FlooringInc.com, is open-concept shelving. Popular in industrial kitchens, open shelving makes it easier to find the pot or pan you’re looking for. It can also be quite stylish, as you can choose from a range of materials, from wood to stainless steel.

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If you’re looking to make a change in your home, make sure to visit our showroom in Indian Orchard for some inspiration. Need help coming up with an idea for a brand new kitchen or bath in your home? Our in-house kitchen/bath designer’s services are available at no charge. Stop by or request an appointment online today to get started!