So many people with modular kitchens in Trivandrum and just about every other place are increasingly getting bored of their same old design, with all the elements exactly as they were probably a decade ago. If you too are tired and feel like your kitchen is more than ready for a design overhaul, you’ve come to the right place. Without going through a mountain of expenses and disrupting the whole design by going for a complete remodel, there’s something even better and far easier you could do.
We’re talking about cabinet redooring. It’s an awesome way to update your kitchen, create a brand new look for space, without incurring huge expenses or a significant amount of downtime.
Now if you think this idea holds even a little bit of merit, you might find the few cabinet door ideas we have here, interesting…
Raised Panel Doors
The name itself suggests the feature that must be so unique about these cabinet doors. There’s a centre panel which, instead of being flat, is raised. The edging of such cabinet door is many times finished with a bevelled or contoured, that further adds to its overall appeal. This style proves to be a great fit for traditional or classic kitchen designs or the ones that are transitional in nature, for this a style that offers a lot of detail.
These are hands-down, the simplest of all designs. They happen to be an awesome fit for contemporary or modern styles. As you’ll find out, slab doors do not have any depth to them or their drawer fronts, they are good at adding an appealing visual appeal for any kitchen. There are a lot of modular kitchens in Trivandrum wherein slab doors are used in laminate materials and wood mainly, with people opting amongst a variety of colours, as well as levels of sheen.
If you’re looking to add a little intrigue to your modular kitchen design, add a bit more visual depth to the cabinetry, then recessed panel doors are what you should go for. Not just the kitchen, but these will work fine in just about any room in your house. You can outline the centre panel with simple, or if you want, more elaborate profiles.
These cabinet doors almost always rank high on the popularity charts. Oftentimes, when you see a new construction around, you will see designers going for shaker cabinets. With their namesake being the ‘Shaker furniture style’, they’re made from a 4-piece frame that surrounds a flat centre panel. What you get in the result, is a simple and clean design which heavily implies function and utility. These doors look especially good when made from natural wood, or if you give them a painted finish.