If you’re looking to add some visual interest in your kitchen, incorporating two-tone kitchen cabinets will add contrast. This design feature can be a way to incorporate color and even help to emphasize a focal point of your space.
Mixing Cabinets & Countertops
Black and white is always a classic look. This kitchen mixes it up even more with light countertops on the perimeter and dark countertops on the island.
Mixing Painted & Stained Cabinetry
Light grey perimeter cabinetry contrasts well with a dark stained island. The countertops are a mix of light quartzite and a richly stained wood.
This kitchen features one of our most popular cabinet combinations. The soft grey painted perimeter pairs perfectly with the stained poplar island.
Mixing Colors & Materials
Soft white cabinetry pairs well with this muted grey U-shaped island. The spalted maple table complements the rest of the space.
This eclectic kitchen mixes white painted maple cabinetry on the perimeter with a natural stained maple on the island. The walnut bar with waterfall edges creates a welcome contrast to the light warm space. Teal painted pantry doors add a pop of color.