Kitchen Cabinet Design Ideas

Before you begin your kitchen renovation you want to consider the different options available for every aspect of the space. What is going to be the focal point of your kitchen? Is it the counter or the floor? Are you trying to create a classic design, or something more edgy? Is it going to be modern, or traditional? What type of kitchen cabinet design will complete the look of your space?

There are endless possibilities available for your kitchen cabinet design, so it is imperative to do your research before your big decision is made. The cabinetry is the perfect way to achieve the overall design of your kitchen. For example, are you going to install upper cabinetry to maximize storage, or will you opt for open shelving? Do your cabinets work well with your new countertop- in colour, style and material? The following are some kitchen cabinet design ideas and combinations for you to consider.


Idea 1 – All Grey
One trend that fits into both modern and traditional kitchen cabinet design is creating an all grey kitchen. There are many grey hues to choose from, opening a wide spectrum of design options. For example, you can combine charcoal grey cabinets with lighter grey kitchen countertops, such as 5212 Noble Grey. Another option is pale grey cabinets with a 5003 Piatra Grey dark grey backsplash. Whichever combination you choose, imagine how well the grey will offset your stainless-steel sink and appliances.

Idea 2 – Classic Wood
How about pairing wood kitchen cabinets and gold accents? You simply can’t go wrong with this classic cabinet combo—the warmth of wood and the expensive look of shiny metallic gold. Pair this look with warm 5220 Dreamy Marfil beige kitchen countertop and you have yourself a truly inviting kitchen. Add a hardwood floor, and there is no room in your home that your family will prefer more than your kitchen.

Idea 3 – Vintage
Take a lesson from your grandmother if you want to know how a kitchen design can be both functional and attractive. Imagine 1141 Pure White countertops set off by gorgeous vintage blue cabinets, with dark metallic knobs and handles. Add some mesh behind the glass of the cabinet doors, and you have yourself a beautiful, vintage kitchen. And of course, vintage design is a hot trend this year.


Choosing a kitchen design can be a daunting task with many factors to have in mind. Think about the combination of the cabinets, the countertops, the paint, the backsplash, and the flooring. Caesarstone’s online Visualizer is a great tool to assist in the researching and planning of your picture-perfect kitchen.