Lacking that visual interest in your kitchen? Well, a great way to include this is to add contrast by incorporating two-tone cabinetry. So, what is two tone cabinetry? We use the term “two-tone” to describe a method where we utilize two different colors in your kitchen cabinetry. Now, the best way to come up with the best two-tone design is to play around with color palettes. You want to make sure the cabinet colors look good with all the other finishes such as the backsplash and countertop selections.
Two Tone Cabinet Options
There are several ways you can do this, whether you incorporate a contrasting color to your island, or separate a section of tall cabinets to have its own color, or even contrasting colors between the wall cabinets and base cabinets, the sky is the limit! Take a look at some of our favorite options:
Perimeter vs. Island
The first two-tone combination that comes to mind is the perimeter and island. We love this particular kitchen that has a bold contrast with a white perimeter and a navy island!
Stand-Out Tall Cabinet Section
We can’t get enough of this bold contrast in this 20’s style modern kitchen. The gloss black against the gloss wood veneer gives this kitchen a great visual interest. Looking great!
Peninsula Section
While we all love a classic white kitchen, but why not give it an extra pop of contrast? This white kitchen is paired with a wood grain textured cabinet on its peninsula section, we love how it instantly gives the kitchen a designer look!
Base cabinet vs. wall cabinet
This is unique way of adding contrast and can be done whether you have a traditional style or modern style kitchen. Here we have black painted base cabinets, with wood grain textured wall cabinets. What a nice pop!
If you’re interested in learning more about two-tone cabinetry, come by our showroom! We love coming up with color palettes that work for you!