Whether you are remodeling your space, purchasing a fixer-upper or building an entire home from scratch, there are countless design decisions to make. One of the most common questions home builders get asked is if the kitchen and bathroom cabinets should match. While there are no hard rules when it comes to whether or not your cabinets should match, there are a few guidelines to consider.
Consider the Proximity of Your Bathroom to Your Kitchen
If your kitchen is only a few steps away from your bathroom, then it might be a good idea to get cabinets that match. This helps achieve a more put-together, well-designed feel to your home. However, if both rooms are at opposite ends of your house or are on a completely different floor, then getting different cabinet styles should not be an issue.
Consider Complementary Cabinets
If you would like to spice things up and add a bit of variety to your cabinetry, it is not necessary to match your cabinets. Instead, think of the overall theme of your house. If your kitchen has a more traditional feel, then a bathroom with a contemporary look will stick out like a sore thumb. Kitchen and bathroom remodeling companies recommend that you get cabinets with the same complementary styles to make the design of your house more cohesive.
Whatever you decide to go with, the most important thing to consider is that this is your home. The design and building process should be an exciting and rewarding process, and you shouldn’t fret about the small things. If you like how something looks, then definitely get it even if it goes against convention.
From replacement windows to kitchen and bathroom cabinets, at Krier’s Construction our primary goal is simple: to provide quality service and build lasting relationships with our customers. For all your home improvement needs, feel free to give us a call at (920) 233-3633, or fill out our contact form to speak to one of our experts. We happily serve the communities in Wisconsin, including Appleton, Fond Du Lac and Neenah.