Choosing the perfect cabinet style for your home is important. Whether you’re starting a kitchen refresh, adding entryway storage, or contemplating built-ins for the office. Here are some of the most popular choices for cabinets and storage styles across the nation!

SHAKER STYLE CABINETS

A timeless and popular choice, shaker cabinets feature a simple design that looks great in any color. From bright whites to deep olive greens, the finishes and options are almost endless. A flat front with a single recessed panel is the signature shaker style, which can be made using a wide variety of materials. Their clean design allows these cabinets to blend seamlessly with many different interior styles and go great in kitchens, bathrooms, laundry rooms, mudrooms, built-ins, and more!

FLAT PANEL OR SLAB

These sleek cabinets feature a modern look with understated hardware choices. Easy to clean and simple, these cabinets go great with ultra-modern designs, as well as mid-century-inspired styles. While some box stores sell highly processed cabinet sets – flat panel cabinets are best when showcasing solid wood grains. Whether you are looking for contemporary or something simple to blend with your own custom style, flat-panel cabinets are a great choice for many different spaces and designs.

GLASS FRONT

While an entire kitchen of glass-front cabinets is probably too much, they are a great alternative to open-air shelving for busy people who don’t like dusting. From showing off the fancy dishes, to simply making it easier for everyone to know where your coffee cups are, there are many ways to use and customize glass fronts to optimize your space. Choose from translucent or opaque glass, add lighting, choose a single pane or add grids, the options keep going!

RUSTIC CABINET STYLES

As white farmhouse-style kitchens have faded out of popularity, rustic kitchens have stepped up to take their place. Rustic cabinets embrace natural wood tones, grains, and textures, and usually take pride in the imperfection and beauty of the wood. Rustic cabinets are normally used with matte finishes to look more natural, with iron or brass hardware to finish the look. Another design feature we see in many rustic kitchens is the addition of a ceiling beam, which is a great way to add character to your space.

Custom cabinet designs by Latham

Any home project can start to feel overwhelming, whether its a new garage addition with built-in storage, or new custom cabinets for your kitchen. But at Latham we are here with you every step of the way! From start to finish our team will walk you through the design, build, and installation processes until project completion.

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