From classic white to contemporary shades of grey and loads in between, choosing your cabinet colours can be tricky. We’ve studied the sales data and listed below the Top 8 Colours our customers have chosen this year. Which one is your favourite?
In last week's blog we broke down some materials we recommend for your outdoor kitchen's cabinet doors, this week we're keeping to the theme and unveiling some solutions for inside your cabinets.
Organizing any kitchen can be difficult, however when planning for a kitchen outdoors you're having to make allowances for much bigger tools than just simple kitchen tongs. Items such as pans and barbecue tools, but as well as that you can also be wanting to have much smaller spaces to hold a variety of spices and sauces, along with cutlery you plan to use for your gatherings.
This flexibility can be seemingly hard to come by, what's perfect for your kitchen might be completely different for your neighbours. How you cook and how you entertain is unique to you, which means you need to have an organized system that works for how you need it.
Your home should be comfortable and functional, inside and outside.
Cabinets can be a pretty time consuming part of designing an outdoor kitchen.
Especially colours, colours can end up being the thing that causes the most delays to your entire kitchen. And for good reason.
The overall aesthetic is heavily influenced by what your most prominent colour is. Beside your bench top, your cabinets are the biggest source of colour.
In this post we’re going to talk about the different options available for your cabinet doors, for some inspiration and information.
A quick tip when reading this post: in the industry when you hear someone talking about an insert in regards to a cabinet, they’re referring to the material you see on the door. The material that makes up the door (minus the frame) is called an insert.