Whether you’ve decided to renovate your kitchen or are building the kitchen of your dreams in your dream home, you’ve probably spent hours deliberating over which kitchen cabinets to choose. With so many options, it’s a difficult decision. To top it off, there’s been a recent trend towards two-tone cabinets. With homeowners now able to draw inspiration from multi-toned kitchens, it’s made the decision of cabinet choices much more difficult. We’ve put together a brief beginner’s guide to two-tone kitchen cabinets that should help you narrow down your decision!
Simply put, two-toned kitchen cabinets are simply kitchen cabinets that have multiple colors featured. Some homeowners choose to put the additional color on their island cabinets, or they choose a different color for their lower cabinets. Either way, it features cabinets that have multiple colors.Browse Our Selection of Kitchen Cabinets Now!
Typically, cabinets are completely the same – the same material, same door profiles, same fastenings and hardware and even the same installation process. With two-toned kitchen cabinets, homeowners can mix-and-match features from multiple cabinet styles to maximize the kitchen of their dreams. Whether they’re incorporating textures, patterns or colors, two-toned kitchen cabinets make each kitchen unique and personalized to the homeowner.
The short answer is that it depends. Every company has a range of cabinets with varying price points, and the addition of color choices is typically what drives the price. Since the manufacturers have to do more than just stain or paint the cabinets, there’s some extra labor involved. Despite the increased price tag, you still receive a unique kitchen design that’s perfect for your tastes and kitchen size. Our Wolf Classic cabinets have a great selection of colors and designs that are perfect for introducing two-toned kitchen cabinets into your space.
Another thing to note about cabinet pricing is how you order them. To reduce costs, you can always order RTA cabinets, or ready-to-assemble cabinets. This means you order the cabinets and they come in pieces, and you install them yourself or hire a contractor to do so for you. We recommend that you order RTA cabinets only if you’ve installed cabinets yourself before or you’re hiring a contractor. Unfortunately, if you try to DIY your cabinet installation, sometimes you can install them improperly and then have to pay for new cabinets, effectively doubling the cost.
Here are some kitchen design ideas to consider as you plan your dream space.
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