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Vintage-Style Cabinetry Trending in 2019

By June 24, 2019Cabinetry

If you’re planning to remodel your kitchen in 2019, you’re probably going to be doing a lot of research online and in stores. When designing your home you want to create a space that makes you happy, comfortable and that you’re proud to share with your friends and family. You also need to think long-term. Are you going to stay in this house for the rest of your life, or are you going to sell it? Is that going to happen in 5 years? 20 years? There are many things to consider.

Your cabinets take up a huge percentage of available space in your kitchen, bathroom, and other rooms. They are major focal fixtures in your home and are absolutely vital when it comes to functionality. It’s important to consider both of these aspects when choosing cabinetry; they should be a balance of aesthetically pleasing and functional for your needs. They are a hefty investment so they should also be able to last for years to come.

One popular trend we’re seeing in 2019 is an emphasis on vintage and traditional cabinetry. Many homeowners are moving to more “personalized” design styles, such as rustic, vintage, farmhouse chic, eclectic, etc.Vintage cabinets are a great addition to any of these styles, and can really bring out the personality of the homeowner, and convey the history of the house.

We are starting to see a huge number of people adding vintage-style furniture and appliances to contemporary and modern designs. Cabinetry is one of the easiest and most elegant ways to harmonize vintage and modern. Large glass windows provide homeowners the ability to show off their valued possessions in a stylish way. Open shelving is becoming more and more common in all types of design. Eccentric colors are making their way into spaces in ways we haven’t seen in decades. All of these factors make vintage cabinets a trend that’s going to last.

If you have any cabinetry questions, please feel free to stop into one of Naffco’s 3 locations and speak with one of our friendly and knowledgeable experts. Or give us a call at (813) 254-4066. You can set up a free, no obligation consultation!