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Renovating your kitchen with new kitchen cabinets can seem daunting, but revitalizing the heart of your home will not only help with organization when preparing meals for your family, but it will also make you feel confident when entertaining guests. If you’re still in the beginning stages of planning, consider your storage needs, kitchen size and shape, and how you can create a space that suits you and your family’s personal style.

Before you nail down your necessities, sort through over 50 kitchen cabinet ideas below based on the style you’re looking for like traditional, modern, contemporary or even cottage charm.

Once you’re ready to take on your kitchen renovation, choose from thousands of kitchen cabinet colors and styles to accomplish your dream kitchen.

Kitchen Cabinet Ideas

Instructions: Select check boxes below to see each style. Click on the photo for a larger view.

To illuminate your kitchen, introduce a combination of white cabinets, counters and kitchenware. These items will reflect off the natural light and brighten up the space.

Photo by: Liz Marie Blog

Paint your internal kitchen cabinet shelves the same color as the cabinets under your countertop. This contrast will create a cohesive space even if you opt for two-toned cabinets.

Photo by: Designed W/ Carla Aston

To achieve a sleek and modern look, mix shades of black and gray throughout the kitchen.

Photo by: Simply Grove

Strategically incorperate a mix of cabinets with glass doors and open shelving to create a modern kitchen alcove.

Photo by: Sweeten Blog

To create a bright and elegant look, pair all white cabinets with gold hardware.

Photo by: Marisa Vitale Photography

A light wood floor and white tile backsplash will help brighten the room while allowing gray cabinets to become the centerpiece of the design.

Photo by: Bess Friday Photography

Want more counter space? This kitchen designed by Sayre Ziskin of SVZ Interior Design uses an island with built-in shelves and cabinets to make better use of the room.

Photo by: Bethany Nauert

Spice up white cabinets by adding texture. These beadboard cabinets are a subtle way to incorperate an artistic touch.

Photo by: South Shore Decorating Blog

Who said the kitchen has to be all one color? The mix of these pastel colors add depth to the space.

Photo by: Devol Kitchens

Create depth in the room by using a variety of cabinet sizes and doors. Maintain uniformity by making them all the same color.

Photo by: Rett Peek Photography

Take advantage of beautifully crafted wooden cabinets by lining an entire wall with them. Create contrast by painting the walls white behind the natural wood.

Photo by: Obumex

Stainless steel appliances aren't always necessary. By choosing applicances that match the color of your cabinets, your kitchen will have a high-tech modern feel.

Photo by: Justin Coit

Contrast glass cabinet doors with solid black cabinets to make a bold statement.

Photo by: Justine Hugh-Jones

Installing white cabinets will allow you more room for creativity when you pick out a tile backsplash.

Photo by: Little Vintage Nest

By lining one wall with cabinets, enough storage is created so that the rest of the room can be open and uncluttered.

Photo by: Taylor Kampa

Is your kitchen on the smaller side? Combine cabinets and open shelves to make the best use of your space.

Photo by: Dessert For Two

Install a kitchen island with cabinet underneath to have plenty of counter space with preparing meals without taking away from your storage.

Photo by: Love & Renovations

A white backsplash allows for the more colorful items in your kitchen to really pop. Add a beautiful vase of flowers to the space and it will instantly brighten up the room.

Photo by: Shades Of Blue Interiors

If you spend a lot of time planning meals and cooking for the family, make sure all your pots and pans have a specific cabinet they live in by installing cabinets and open shelving on multiple walls.

Photo by: Tidbits

If you plan on entertaining guests, wrap your cabinets around a corner and have it double as a bar. This way you can still enjoy your company while you're playing host and preparing meals.

Photo by: Jennifer Holmes Of Dear Lillie

If you have texture on your walls or ceiling, traditional cabinets with molding can be a subtle solution for your kitchen.

Photo by: Refresh Restyle

Rather than connecting to the ceiling, theses cabinets have space above them, allowing for decor to be displayed. This can also help your kitchen feel less boxed in.

Photo by: The Champagne Supernova

Get creative by leaving the doors off your cabinets so that just the shelves show through. These framed cutouts will give you an open air display case and allow for easy access.

Photo by: The Home That Made Me

If your kitchen is prone to the chaos, paint your cabinets a calming color. This sky blue space by Ramshackle Glam creates a peaceful environment.

Photo by: Ramshackle Glam

Make sure that the colors in your kitchen flatter each other. These rustic dark wood cabinets help contrast the lighter colors in the room.

Photo by: Christina'S Adventures

Plan ahead. Position a cabinet directly above the dishwasher to make it easier to return clean dishes to their spot.

Photo by: A Healthy Slice Of Life

To contrast a dark wood floor, use light colored cabinets and countertops. This will avoid having the room feel underlit.

Photo by: A Spark Of Creativity

Line the top row of your cabinets with satin glass doors to give the room a taller feel.

Photo by: The Honeycomb Home

Gold hardware on white cabinets with marble counters creates this stunningly tasteful look designed by Laura Burleson Interiors.

Photo by: Alyssa Resenheck Photography, Llc

Embrace the natural feel that wooden cabinetry can encompass. Create depth by adding dark hardware.

Photo by: Donald Lococo Architects

Create a rustic feel by embracing the woodwork, adding carved details and installing iron handles on your cabinets.

Photo by: Oviatt Design Group

Install a kitchen island that can become the focal point of the kitchen where all your guests will love to gather around.

Photo by: Decrology

To give your home a complete look, use the same wood in the kitchen that is used throughout the house. These dark cabinets complement the traditional feel of the home.

Photo by: House Of Hargrove

Combining a variation of cabinets, from wood to white, can create an eclectic look.

Photo by: The Market Beautiful

To add a more rustic feel to your home, create an island out of natural wood and allow plenty of leg room for the stools.

Photo by: Antonio Martins

If you're looking to add an artistic touch, contrast light wood cabinets with a dark tiled backsplash.

Photo by: Lang Architecture

To replicate this kitchen, use a natural tone when painting your cabinets. This will give the space a brighter and more outdoorsy feel.

Photo by: Hummingbird High

Play with bold colors. Here photographer Marco Marotto perfectly captures how modern cabinets without handles complement a uniquely patterned backsplash

Photo by: Brain Factory - Architecture & Design

Choosing cabinets that have a red tint will add color to the room while still giving it a natural feel.

Photo by: Desire To Inspire

The age old trick of adding a mirror to a space to make it feel larger still applies to this contemporary white kitchen photographed by Dabito of Old Brand New.

Photo by: Old Brand New

This cozy kitchen features a large corner cabinet which is out of the way while still being accessible.

Photo by: A+ Life

This deep navy color used on the kitchen island is eye-catching, making it the centerpiece of the space.

Photo by: Slightly Costal

If you have a smaller kitchen, line the bottom of the room with cabinets and the top with shelves to create depth.

Photo by: At Home With Ashley

Traditional white cabinets paired with wooden bar stools create a clean but rustic feel.

Photo by: A White Farmhouse

Keep your kitchen theme consistent by matching the cabinet color with the colors found in the backsplash.

Photo by: Burrow & Me

Mixing light and dark woods creates a natural contrast in the kitchen.

Photo by: Bethany Menzel

If you need more storage space in your kitchen, create shallow cabinets where you can store your spices and condiments.

Photo by: From The Nato's

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