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Get Creative With Cabinet Colours!

The Bevelled Edge is a Regina, Saskatchewan countertop, and cabinet refacing company. They are family owned and work with granite, laminate post-form, laminate flat-lay, quartz, granite and solid surface.  We have some great cabinet refacing ideas!

CabinetsAs the old adage goes: the kitchen is the heart of the home. So why not make bold interior design choices there, too?

It’s time to throw out your play-it-safe colour scheme and shake it up. The best place to experiment? Your cabinetry. Banish basic white and try every color of the rainbow instead. Here’s all the kitchen inspiration you’ll ever need. It’s the bright thing, we promise.

Rosé All Day
A pale pink coupled with marble is a perfect match in the kitchen Amanda Dawbarn of 100 Layer Cake designed herself. Warm metallic accessories add a little shine to the space, finishing it off with a little something extra.
Go Bold
Vibrant red cabinets might just be the ideal match for this modern kitchen setup. A nice shine helps reflect the light, making the whole room feel more open, even in the bold colour.

Rustic Red
The bold beams, interesting angles and glass ceiling makes this kitchen feel like it’s perched up in a tree. To ground all the bright light, deep, rusty red of the cabinets add a necessary complement of bold color.

A Bright Spot
Don’t be afraid to go bold like the girls from A Beautiful Mess did in their studio kitchen, painting the cabinets a vivid lemon yellow. White walls and open shelving balance it all out, while colourful

A Little Bit Country

The perfect way to add warmth to a kitchen that might not get a ton of natural light, this pale yellow almost feels like a neutral. The clean lines on the cabinets keeps the room from feeling too traditional.

So Fresh And So Green
A mellow mint green makes bolder colors like pinks and navy, really standout in Lauren of A Lovely Lark’s kitchen. The farmhouse sink and butcher block countertops are the perfect complements, keeping the green from feeling too cold.

Green Goodness
The breakout star of this kitchen? Definitely the cabinets, which are painted in a nuanced emerald green hue. Everything else is kept clean and simple to let allow the color to pop.

A Touch Of Gray
Not a true green, this take on the color picks up  the gray in the marble backsplash while also tying in the black range, so it doesn’t feel out of
place. The natural light in the room keeps the color from looking too dark.

Double Up
More is more when it comes to this dazzling color. Using green on both the cabinets and the top of the wall is an interesting touch that helps define the space, and letting the unique artwork be the focal point.
Classic Cafe Style
Oui oui! You’ll want to sit down at this cobalt coloured island and order an espresso and a croissant. The unique colour of cabinet paired with the French cafe style chairs makes this kitchen look like it’s straight off the streets of Paris.

Tone On Tone

Don’t think if you use a dark color on the cabinets that you have to choose a light colored countertop. For a more dramatic look, go with a dark marble in a deeper blue, gray, or black instead. It cuts down on the visual clutter.

Black Beauty

Don’t be afraid of going too dark with cabinets, black is just another neutral. This kitchen by Blair Harris Interior Design proves it. It allows for any accent color to be mixed in and is brightened up by the white subway tile backsplash.Renovation

A Gray Area
Two shades of gray work together to highlight the beautiful details in the cabinetry and the center island in this monochromatic kitchen. While a darker color would have hid the details, this softer choice draws attention to each piece of custom detailing.

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