Designing a custom kitchen for your home can be overwhelming. There are so many kitchen styles, finishes, colours, and profiles to choose from! We’ve provided some helpful photos to help you determine which look best suits your style.
The White Shaker Kitchen
The white Shaker kitchen is one of the most popular choices at Vanway Kitchen + Bath, and for good reason. The simple door style blends well with most home decor. It’s easy to wipe down and maintain, ensuring home owners can keep their white kitchen looking good. The white cabinets can be paired with a pop of colour to create a two-tone look, too.
The Dark Rich Stained Kitchen
Love the look of wood? A stained wood kitchen allows the beautiful natural grain of hickory, cherry, white oak, or walnut to be on display. The finish is easier to maintain than painted cabinets. Dark wood stained cabinets can be created in any door style you like, from slab doors to shaker doors to ornamented raised panel doors.
The Light Contemporary Kitchen
They’re modern. They’re streamlined. They stand out from the crowd. Introduce a touch of European style into your home with a contemporary style kitchen! The slab doors are easy to wipe down while the materials are often easier to maintain. We’re seeing more and more home owners opt for this modern kitchen style.
The Solid Colour Painted Kitchen
Painted cabinetry has seen a tremendous growth in popularity over the past five years. While these cabinets may require a little more care, the addition of colour to the kitchen is worth it. Vanway Kitchen + Bath can custom match any paint colour you choose so that your dream kitchen is exactly the way you envisioned.
The Two-Tone Painted Kitchen
Love the look of a white Shaker kitchen but want a pop of colour? A two-tone painted kitchen is the way to go. Typically, this kitchen style pairs white cabinets with colourful base cabinets or an island. Don’t limit yourself, however – you can reverse the trend with painted cabinets and white island.
What Kitchen Style Appeals To You?
We recommend you start a Pinterest board with your favourite images. You’re welcome to save any photos on our website to your boards to help you identify your preferred kitchen design style. The process of viewing and pinning photos can help you decide what styles you like best. You can also browse through the projects and ideabooks published on our Houzz profile.