Cabinets for your kitchen have come a long way since all cabinets were hand crafted and sturdiness was emphasized over appearance.
Today, if you add up all the combinations of materials, colors, styles, etc, you have hundreds of choices, and that might just be at the Cupertino Home Depot.
Having said that, good design is not about having it all.
It is partly about eliminating what does not work for you and your family, then making an informed decision between the options that do.
I’m a big fan of the idea of starting your selection process by writing down a list of what and your family want out of your future cabinets.
Make the room look larger? Smaller? Styles? Patterns? Easy to clean? Counter top lighting? Self closing drawers? Budget (if you’re like most people, cabinet cost is always an important factor)?
Prioritize your list with no ties. There is only one first place item, only one second place item, etc.
Not allowing ties forces you to make trade-offs.
It then becomes a simple matter to eliminate options that do not meet your criteria.
Now that you are getting started on your remodel project, contact us. We will help bring your vision to life.