Cabinet Refacing and Metal Accents
Turn your ordinary, drab kitchen into a beautiful gourmet type of kitchen with cabinet refacing. You can easily give your kitchen a sleek new look by adding some new metal finishes and fixtures.
Kitchen Cabinets & the Backsplash
If you’re looking to add some drama to your kitchen space, your backsplash area beneath the kitchen cabinets is great place to start. By simply adding copper, stainless steel, or aluminum tiles to your backsplash you can complement your new cabinet refacing. You could even be bold and add an entire wall of metal tile during your kitchen remodeling project. This type of look is very striking and can draw attention to your gorgeous new cabinet refacing work.
If going heavy metal is not your style, consider enhancing the look of your kitchen cabinets with stone wall tiles and metal tiles randomly set inside. This approach allows the metal strike a great balance without overpowering the beauty of the cabinet refacing work.
If you’re looking for an easy and more subtle way to add metal to your kitchen just add a trendy new kitchen faucet. Look for a faucet which blends well with your cabinet refacing.
Today’s most popular faucet styles are:
- Two-handled faucets in aged copper or brass.
- Satin nickel faucets with a high arch.
Cabinet Refacing Options
Cabinet refacing offers you a vast array of new kitchen styles. If you want to add metal to your kitchen style, just be sure to select cabinet door finishes and styles which complement metal accents. Remember these tips:
- Contemporary kitchen cabinets have flat-panel doors and go well with stainless steel.
- Traditional kitchen cabinets often have arched doors and go well with aged copper tiles.
There are many ways to add a touch metal to your space. Metal wall tiles, a stainless steel sink, and soft faucet finishes go a long way to enhancing your cabinet refacing project.