Easy Touch // Ultra-matt finish // Anti-fingerprint

Focus // Ultra-high gloss

Riva // Walnut wood fine textured

Stone / Concrete Finish

Riva // Walnut wood fine textured

Stone / Concrete Finish

Inox // Brushed stainless steel finish

Lux // Multi-layer two sided high gloss lacquer

Pura // Two-sided high-gloss lacquer with integrated finger-pull

Structura // Black oak reproduction

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Modern Kitchen Cabinets Dallas-County, TX

Modern kitchens are simpler in design, sleeker, and more compact. Clean lines and a minimalist look characterizes modern kitchen cabinet designs. Modern kitchen cabinets tend to have square geometric ridges that give it the sleek design.
Colors used in modern kitchens are often lighter and include whites, grays and metallic colors. They are often made from a combination of materials such as wood, laminate, glass, or metal and finished with a lacquered or high gloss finish to make them bright and shiny.
Clean, simple, and contemporary pulls work well with modern kitchen cabinet styles. They add the finishing touch to a modern kitchen.
Modern design cabinets are usually paired with stainless steel appliances. The shiny metallic appearance of stainless steel appliances pairs well with glossy and bright modern design cabinets.
Kitchens with floating shelves instead of cabinets are gaining popularity in modern design kitchens. Floating shelves provide a minimalist touch to a modern kitchen.
Modern kitchen cabinet styles have become more popular in recent years, and there are several reasons for that. The modern aesthetic features sleek designs and makes efficient use of whatever space you have. It’s also important to keep in mind that modern cabinets don’t just look cool, but they’re designed to be functional above all else. After all, who cares how cool a cabinet looks if it can’t store your stuff in a simple, organized way?

 

The Beginning of Modern Kitchen Design

The idea of the modern kitchen first began to take shape as early as the 1920s. Cooks were beginning to develop patterns of use in the kitchen of transitioning back and forth from various tasks or stations during food preparation. In-depth studies undertaken in the 1950s developed the term “work triangle” in reference to the traditional transitioning from the refrigerator to the sink to the cooktop. The idea was that since this was the pattern most-followed during meal prep, the kitchen should be designed to offer minimal interruption to workflow. Up to that point, kitchens were often given the same considerations as other areas of the home, with more attention being given to incorporating ornate design features rather than focusing on workflow. However, the new concept of the work triangle began to show its influence as designers and homebuilders began incorporating more minimalist concepts to accentuate the function of the kitchen over the form.

 

We deliver and install our modern kitchen cabinets in Dallas-County, TX

If you’re going to be remodeling your kitchen, or just replacing your cabinets, then you might want to go modern. Some people think the modern look isn’t quite their style. Whether you are among those who would rather stick with a more traditional look but want modern features of the cabinets, or want a clear modern or contemporary look and features. Contact us, we deliver and install in Dallas-County, TX.

 

Please do not hesitate to contact us here at The Kitchens Group. We will be happy to answer any questions you may have and discuss all of your individual needs to create your dream kitchen.

Learn about our collection of American shaker style, modern, luxury, contemporary, European German, and handleless kitchen cabinets. You can also know about our collection of kitchen islands, living room, tv & media cabinets, kitchen cabinet accessories, bathroom vanities, laundry room cabinets, and Kitchen-top fabrication service.

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