In Florida and in the rest of the US, white painted cabinets are the go-to choice for homeowners. If you’re a fan of the painted look and you want something other than white, warm greys and light neutral colors are also popular choices that won’t fade out of style too quickly.
If you want to stay ahead of the trend and try something daring, cool-toned cabinets in colors like plum and blue will make a bold statement. There is also an emerging trend of mixing painted cabinets—with a classic white on cabinets above the counters, and a darker shade of grey, tan, or even black on the bottom.
Stained cabinets are a popular choice anywhere you go, however, they’ve evolved from the high-gloss finishes of the past. Today’s wood stains are popular in matte, “barely there” finishes, mimicking a natural stain that looks almost untreated.
As modern lines becomes more popular, minimalism and the Shaker style continue to vie against more traditional styles that favor highly-detailed, ornate embellishments. But that doesn’t mean that traditional kitchens are stepping down. In fact, traditional kitchens are still preferred by many homeowners who are looking to buck trends and install something timeless.