This Independence Day, here at Cabinets To Go we are fully embracing RED, WHITE, and BLUE – even in our kitchen design! What better way to celebrate the Fourth of July than with a kitchen inspired by Americana colors? Check out our favorite picks for a patriotic home.
Northern Red Oak has been America’s favorite option for hardwood flooring for centuries. It is known for its warm reddish tone and distinctive wavy grain. It typically has fewer knots than White Oak; but like it’s Oak counterpart, it can make a room feel cozy or stately depending on the stain. Try Talon Hardwood’s Red Oak flooring in your own home to show off its beautiful natural color. Or, check it out in the exclusive Sherwin-Williams Zurich Coco stain.
Our hottest shaker cabinet style! This classic style and color adds a fresh, clean look to any room in your home. And, it makes the perfect backdrop to experiment with different accents colors throughout the kitchen, whether you are changing up your wall color or décor.
Make a splash in the kitchen with a blue décor theme. When paired with clean, white cabinets, we think blue adds the perfect pop of color. One of our favorite trends is the specialty tile backsplash, which is a simple and eye-catching way to sprinkle your favorite color into the kitchen. Incorporate shades of navy, cobalt, cerulean, or turquoise to turn your kitchen into an oasis of calm serenity.
This Fourth of July, show off your patriotic style with some of these ways to add red, white, and blue to any kitchen!
Cabinet hardware is a small piece of kitchen and bath renovations that can make a big impact. They have huge visual impact and are one of the first things homeowners notice once they get past the big items like cabinets, countertops, and floors. These pieces add that final bit of polish to a finished design... MORE
Every kitchen we help craft feels like a unique piece of art. With our free 3D design services, quality selection, and affordable pricing, it’s our goal to bring your dream kitchen to life. That’s why we were thrilled to work with Cassie Bustamante, who runs a blog dedicated to living big without spending big through... MORE
They say that everything comes back into style eventually, and it looks like the interior design trends from the 30s–60s are no exception. The style from this era, called mid-century modern, is inspiring countless kitchen designs and remodels today. The mid-century modern style is defined by clean lines, useful functionality, a blend of traditional and... MORE