6 ideas for kitchen cabinets that make spaces look more expensive

When it comes to trends for kitchen cabinetry, we’re seeing designers take these elements in one of two directions. One the one side of the coin, cabinets are becoming more discreet, disguised into a space in a way that makes the functional nature of your kitchen hidden from view – creating more minimalist kitchen spaces. On the other hand, cabinetry has become more decorative, with so many more choices now available than your basic slab or Shaker style door. 

While these modern kitchen ideas may seem at odds to each other, they both achieve the same end goal – they make these kitchens look and feel expensive. If you’re looking to elevate kitchen cabinets when planning a remodel, this is what interior designers say you should do. 

1. Consider “invisible” kitchen storage 

A kitchen with a seamless cabinet design

(Image credit: Alex Lukey. Studio credit TwoFold Interiors)

If you’re remodeling a kitchen and are wondering how to make the space look always clean, neat and organized, a great way to do so is with concealed storage, that has a seamless exterior. By blending all the cabinets together in a single material, you can make the room look elevated and sophisticated.

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