Personalization & Versatility
The ability to personalize and customize how white shaker cabinets look and feel further makes them a popular choice for kitchen cabinets or bathroom cabinets.
For example, to give white shaker style cabinets a more modern or edgy look, you could pair them with black and/or gold fixtures and handles, or even utilize clean lines in surrounding palettes (countertops, backsplashes, etc).
Or, if your design tastes run toward a more updated traditional style, white shaker cabinets can also be paired with copper finishes or other antique-like fixtures to play up that aesthetic.
Or maybe you want to add more depth to your kitchen, and so you decide to keep your wall cabinets white while changing the shade of the base cabinets to grey or another darker shade.
Due to the classic white shaker style cabinet design, it’s a popular choice for kitchen remodels. Another bonus is that you don’t need to replace white shaker cabinets if you feel like a change of scenery. You can also update other aspects in the area (like countertops, backsplash, cabinet hardware, appliances, lighting, etc.) to completely reinvent the space. Choosing different accent colors and pieces change up the room as well.
Depending on the style you want, we offer different collections to help you select hardware to personalize your white shaker cabinets. We recommend shopping by collection or by finish to create a more cohesive aesthetic. For more combinations and inspiration, see our Ultimate Guide to Cabinets and our White Cabinet Collections.
To sum up, there are many reasons to love white shaker cabinets and doors. The versatility and flexibility alone is appealing as it can match or enhance whatever palette or style you choose to work with. The white color is clean and idyllic and the design is simple, making for classic cabinets to add both style and function to your kitchen, bathrooms, and beyond.
If you’re ready to remodel or update your cabinets, our design team would be happy to help you map out how your new cabinets will look. To get started, here’s our handy guide to measuring your cabinets.