Discover the difference between the most popular cabinet styles.
When you walk into a kitchen or bathroom, cabinets tend to steal the spotlight. Yet with all the styles available today, it can be tricky to decipher the differences between the options and decide which one is right for you.
If you’re looking to give your space an entirely new look and feel with updated cabinets, this infographic will help you visualize your options before you get started. Dave Lincon, a kitchen and bath expert for Sears Home Services, breaks down the most popular styles from Sears Home Improvement.
The Westin cabinet is a traditional style with a simple square raised-panel design.
Essex is a classic style with rounded corners on the panel.
Liberty is a universal Shaker-look cabinet with clean lines.
The Mayfair cabinet style is a slab door with traditional outside-edge detail.
Fairfield is a contemporary door with a 1-inch bevel on all four sides.
6. St. Regis
The St. Regis style has a traditional raised-panel detailing for an elegant look.
Wyndham is traditional style with an intricate raised-panel design.
Hyatt is a contemporary style with a rounded-edge detail.