As a homeowner planning a remodel, you might be thinking that using the same type of cabinetry on your kitchen and bathrooms will save you money while creating a cohesiveness in terms of style or finish. This, however, may not always be the best choice for your remodel’s overall design as you might find it too plain to have the same cabinet style installed in both areas.
Consider Adding Subtle Changes
When doing a whole home remodel, there are cost efficiencies in utilizing the same cabinetry for both your kitchen and bathroom. For instance, the order process, production and delivery of the cabinet designs will be much more simplified. However, you can still add elements that can differentiate your kitchen and bathroom designs.
You might also need to consider the proximity of your kitchen and bathroom if you’re deciding whether to have them match or complement each other. This also provides a flow from one space to the next, and you can always consult your hired cabinet restoration and installation contractor on how you can tie them together. Just keep in mind that there’s no need for the cabinets to match if your bathroom is on a completely different part or floor of your home.
Complementary Colors and Styles
You wouldn’t want to remodel your home with a traditional design while your bathroom has a more modern look as it will stick out awkwardly for the most part. But if you don’t want your cabinets to match each other precisely, consider using styles that will complement one another. This means incorporating style elements that are complementary to one another to avoid conflicting designs.
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