Sacramento Kitchen Design Blog

Sacramento Kitchen Design Blog

Sacramento Kitchen Design Blog

A Blog About Kitchen & Bath Design, Remodeling and This & That in Sacramento – by MrsNicolette

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Sacramento’s Most Popular Cabinet Style

June 21, 2010 , , , , , , ,

Here in Sacramento we have a pretty diverse range of clients who are remodeling kitchens.  We are a little more traditional than our San Franciscan neighbors, but we also do a bit of contemporary design.  While clients definitely choose cabinet doorstyle and color based on their preferences, many homeowners are constantly battling with thoughts of resale, which is why they usually choose something very neutral.  And neutral is good, as long as it still has character somewhere, whether it be in the cabinet hardware, backsplash tile, or an accent hutch or island color.

Sacramento's Most Popular Cabinet Door

Our most popular cabinet door is a Columbia recessed panel with a small applied molding:

Our clients like Alder or Maple wood with a light stain and a glaze.  This goes well in many types of homes, and would be categorized as a “Transitional” Style.

No doubt about it, these cabinets are beautiful- they sell themselves.  In terms of resale value, this would give a kitchen a softer- traditional feel without becoming contemporary.  Perfect for the Sacramento market.

We display this doorstyle and color in our showroom because of its popularity.  You can view photos on our website.

By Nicolette Patton, AKBD

www.narfinecarpentry.com

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