WHICH KITCHEN CABINETS MATCH YOUR TILES?

One of the hurdles when it comes to decorating a kitchen is achieving a cohesive look. The kitchen just has so many elements — cabinets and cupboards everywhere, the floor, and an island table in the center — so if you choose a lot of colors and styles for them, the whole room will simply look chaotic. 

And who wants to be in a kitchen that isn’t aesthetically pleasing? No one, that’s who.

Fortunately, there’s a way to pull off a clean and cohesive design of your kitchen. And that is to match the kitchen cabinets with the floor tiles. 

WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO MATCH KITCHEN CABINETS WITH FLOOR TILES?

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Before you get the wrong idea, you should know first that when we say, “Match the kitchen cabinets with the floor tiles,” we don’t necessarily mean that both of them share the same style or color. 

Rather, what we mean is that the styles of the kitchen cabinets and the floor styles should contrast and complement each other very well. 

Sure, it’s totally okay to choose only one color or style for all of your kitchen elements. But the overall look might end up being dull and flat, and you don’t want that. You want the kitchen elements to pop every time you look over the room, and you also want them to look harmonious with each other so that your kitchen will look clean and elegant. 

The best way to achieve that goal is to maintain a contrast between the floor tiles and the cabinets in the kitchen. This contrast should highlight their differences — but also complement each other well.

THE PERFECT COMBINATIONS OF KITCHEN CABINETS AND FLOOR STYLES

OAK CABINETS AND HARDWOOD FLOORS

Wood is a design element that’s just perfect for the kitchen. After all, a lot of tools in the kitchen are made 

up of wood, and the impact of a wood-inspired design is rustic and homey. Because of this, wood is one of the most popular design choices for kitchen floor and kitchen cabinets. 

Pulling off an all-wood look for your kitchen can be tricky, simply because it might look too boring. The perfect solution to this is to use two different kinds of wood designs for the kitchen and cabinets. 

Oak cabinets and hardwood floors seem like a good combination, especially if the floor has a light color. This is because a wooden floor with a light color adds warm tones to the room and reflects the light. 

LIGHT CABINETS AND DARK FLOORS

Another way of matching cabinets and floors is to coordinate their colors. Usually, it’s the floor tiles that need to balance the colors of all the elements in the kitchen, so if you have cabinets with a light color, choose a dark color for the floor tiles — and vice versa. 

Additionally, if you want your kitchen to have multiple shades of one color, you should select the darkest shade for the cabinets. 

TRADITIONAL CABINETS AND PATTERNED FLOORS

A patterned design makes for a more attractive kitchen element, but unfortunately, if not used properly, it can ruin your whole kitchen look. 

Basically, patterned cabinets and patterned floor tiles don’t mix well together. They will just make the kitchen look busy and hectic, instead of refined and elegant. As a result, you need to have a non-patterned element if you want to add a patterned one. 

For example, contemporary cabinets clash with patterned floors, but traditional cabinets don’t. So, if your floor tiles have accents and patterns on them, pairing them with traditional cabinets will make for a more harmonious kitchen look. 

CONCLUSION

Decorating your kitchen may seem like a fun idea at first, but trying to match the floor with the cabinets is a lot more challenging than you think. 

Luckily, you can mix various design styles for the cabinets and floor tiles that will result in a harmonious and elegant look. Even better, you can find the perfect kitchen cabinets for your floor tiles everywhere, for instance in Cabinet City – check out Cabinet City here.

So, choose the cabinet-and-floor combination from the ones mentioned above and transform your kitchen to your heart’s desire.

Guest Contributor: Ashley Lipma

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