Structured and textured cabinets are essentially the opposite of high-gloss cabinets. Instead of smooth and shiny, these are rough and matte. As a result, doors and drawers have a more natural look and feel. While high gloss is still fairly common in kitchens and bathrooms, when one is trying to achieve a more organic design, one tends to go for a door with more texture or structure.
Over the years, structured and textured cabinet doors and drawers have become commonplace in modern kitchens and bathrooms. The beautiful textures add movement and depth to a bathroom or kitchen without being too noisy.
In addition to structured and textured cabinets, contemporary style is also represented by cool colors, a relaxing atmosphere, stone surfaces and elements inspired by nature. The ultimate goal is to combine charming ambience and beautiful appearance with practical functionality.
Building a nice 3/4-inch closet box that is sturdy enough to be taken apart and taken with you if you move house is becoming standard in the European market. If you have a nice safe, with high quality hardware from a company like Blum, and some nice structured and textured cabinet doors without handles. So you have an excellent base for creating a very luxurious feeling kitchen (no handles, I mean finger pull doors or magnet push doors).
In addition to structured and textured cabinets, some of the most popular finishes today are gray oak, white lacquer, cedar, and stone. The finishing details and furnishings are simple and use clean lines.
Cool tones seem to dominate the vast majority of modern kitchens. They have a very simple and contemporary appearance and can help you feel calm and collected.
Clean cabinet lines can work wonders. Cabinets can be designed in such a way that they fully integrate with the wall. Employing a tool like textured cabinets gives one the ability to stay in the modern style.
Some of the more trends we’ve been seeing happening these days are large windows, unusual shapes, handleless cabinets, and an open floor plan. An open floor plan is the highlight. This design gives one the ability to flow through your entire home more easily and is therefore more conducive to a social setting. In addition, this design allows people who cook in the kitchen to interact with the rest of the people in the house.