It’s easy to adopt an “out with the past, in with the future” mentality when it comes time for a kitchen renovation. It’s understandable to feel this way, but be careful. Sometimes, “old” can be high-quality, beautiful craftsmanship and should be re-examined.
A kitchen that is not entirely new can still look great without spending a lot of money or doing a complete redo. This is how to make your kitchen shine and give your house a new lease of life with cabinet specialists.
Maple is a great choice, and you can too!
This is an example. These ten kitchens featured maple cabinetry in beautiful, modern designs. Some are still traditional, while others are transitional. A few even went modern.
Maple needs to be updated by some, especially custom cabinet manufacturers who prefer to replace rather than reface. It’s worthwhile looking for new ways to embrace maple cabinetry when you can.
Maple is a stylish and contemporary choice for kitchens looking for clean, straight grains.
The home’s sleek design makes it difficult to tell if you are in the U.S. or Europe. The mix of open shelving above the sink counters and entire cabinet banks elsewhere is what we like.
Warm, attractive aesthetics
White maple wood is an excellent choice if you love the look and feel of a frosty white kitchen. It provides just enough warmth and color without affecting the overall color scheme.
This kitchen features uniform grain patterns made of quartersawn maple. The subtle raised panel cabinet style echoes the linear grain patterns.
Give off an organic, rustic feel.
Do you like the look of finished wood but are concerned that it will make your kitchen appear more petite? Maple can be both a good and a bad thing. This kitchen is proof of that. It is light enough to avoid a cave-like effect but has natural warmth. To give the kitchen more personality, the homeowners used a maple pattern. The kitchen feels more extensive, thanks to the coffered ceiling.
It can be used in many kitchen styles.
Europeans love maple because it is clean, fresh, and timeless. It is resonant in sunlight. It can also support any color scheme, even brighter, more citrusy hues like the one in this kitchen design that gives off an organic vibe.
This kitchen’s maple cabinets add a touch of texture to the design. These homeowners knew how to mix elements and textures in their modern kitchens. The living room features an open floor plan with an island and dark stone countertops. The wainscoting wall panel and leather bar stools further add to the traditional-transitional design of the home.
She maintains a balance between dark and light.
Do you want a light or dark kitchen? You can add contrast to the design by choosing a multi-floor palette. Maple cabinets are pale enough to give the “light” to the procedure so that you can use darker countertops, floors, and walls.
The designer of this small kitchen used clever organization solutions to give the homeowner more space on the kitchen’s end wall. This is where the tempting breakfast nook is located.
The designer of this small kitchen used creative storage options to give the homeowner more space on the kitchen’s end wall. This is where the tempting breakfast nook can be seen.
Wood tones that can be mixed and matched
Do you need help with how to combine your wood textures and finishes?
This kitchen features a sleek tile floor, a large island, and maple-hued cabinets. Choosing a broader maple palette to combine different finishes in one kitchen was wise.
Look stylish and transitional.
With this transitional kitchen, we’ll keep the mix-and-match theme going. They went all out when selecting a warm, cafe au lait color palette with many different wood themes. The flowing wood grain of these raised flat-style cabinets echoes the swirling patterns found in some natural stone backsplash tiles. The textured floor surrounding the perimeter creates a robust and clean backdrop and boundary.
Gray-stained monochromatic maple has a soothing effect.
Monochromatic kitchens have multiple advantages, including a timeless backdrop for changing design trends and color accents.
The maple cabinets absorbed the gray stain used in this Bird House kitchen. Natural wood grains look almost like driftwood. The beautiful arched tile bar, faucet, and hood add a special touch.
Combines traditional and contemporary style
Yes, it can be used in both traditional and contemporary kitchen designs. This kitchen shows.
Prestige Plain cabinet doors are an excellent choice for traditional decor, especially glazed ones. They also offer enough relief to be modern enough to fit in with the contemporary decor. The minimalist, monochromatic countertop is not a competition, while the delicate, mini-subway backsplash tile plays with the subtle colors inherent in maple grains.
Maple is subtle and an excellent choice for monochromatic kitchens in gray, white, or black. It offers a subtle contrast with natural sophistication. It becomes a focal point. We can see again how oil-rubbed Bronze hardware adds style.