Kitchen Cabinets: What’s Popular Now in People’s Homes

If you’re wondering, “What is the trend for kitchen cabinets,” here’s some good news. You don’t have to keep up with interior design innovations to plan your dream kitchen

That’s because the professionals at Cabinets To Go have already done the heavy lifting.

Here’s a roundup of what’s popular now in people’s homes. 

Cabinets To Go’s Annapolis Blue Shaker Collection, as seen in a kitchen showroom in 2021.
Cabinets To Go’s Annapolis Blue Shaker Collection offers a bold choice for a kitchen makeover. 

Something Old, Something Blue

If your attitude is, “Go bold or go home,” you can’t go wrong with something old and something blue! 

Cabinets To Go’s Annapolis Blue Shaker cabinets and Newport Blue Raised Panel line feature on-trend colors and timeless style. The traditional shaker cabinet adds depth and style to any space, while Annapolis Blue lends a coastal calm. Newport Blue’s raised panels instantly elevate a room’s appearance, making it beachy and breathtaking. 

Cabinets To Go's Newport Blue Raised Panel Collection, as seen in a kitchen showroom in 2021.
Cabinets To Go’s Newport Blue Raised Panel collection elevates any kitchen’s appearance. 

Not ready for completely blue kitchen cabinets? No problem. You can mix white upper cabinets with blue lower cabinets, or accent white cabinets with a blue island. 

Pair either look with crisp white tiling for contrast, and you’ve got a room that wows!

Cabinets To Go's Montpelier Sage Raised Panel Collection, as seen in a kitchen showroom in 2021.
Cabinets To Go’s Montpelier Sage Raised Panel cabinets capture the Green Mountain State’s rustic charm. 

Adding a Rustic Touch

Want to bring the outdoors inside your home? Try kitchen cabinets with earthtones and rustic touches. 

The Montpelier Sage Raised Panel cabinet — which shares the name of Vermont’s capital — captures the Green Mountain State’s rustic charm, adds elegance to any kitchen or bathroom and offers a chic backdrop for indoor plants. 

Cabinets To Go's Spring Hill Hickory Collection, as seen in a kitchen showroom in 2021.
Cabinets To Go’s Spring Hill Hickory Collection highlights the wood’s natural grain. 

Like the look of natural woods? Consider Cabinet To Go’s Spring Hill Hickory and Hampton Pewter collections, both in shaker style. Spring Hill Hickory’s perfect brown stain highlights the wood’s grain, whereas Hampton Pewter’s brown-gray blend is simultaneously trendy and timeless.  

Cabinets To Go's Hampton Pewter Collection, as seen in a kitchen showroom in 2021.
Cabinets To Go’s Hampton Pewter Collection mixes brown and gray for a simultaneously trendy and timeless result. 

These cabinets aren’t just nice to look at — they’re built to last, featuring a solid hardwood frame, concealed drawer-glide hardware, and full-overlay doors and drawer fronts with soft-close technology.

Cabinets To Go's Chalet White Collection, as seen in a kitchen showroom in 2021.
Cabinets To Go’s Chalet White Collection is the perfect choice for a ‘light and bright’ makeover. 

From Dark and Dated to ‘Light and Bright’ 

More and more homeowners are updating dark and dated kitchens and bathrooms to spaces that are ‘light and bright.’ 

There’s no better way to achieve that look than a set of raised-panel cabinets in Chalet White

Your kitchen or bathroom cabinets aren’t the only option for lightening things up. Don’t forget about countertops! Visit Cabinets To Go’s showroom for their sleek selection of quartz countertops including Nebulous White and Satellite White. 

Quartz is beautiful, but it’s also extremely hard, heat-resistant and stain-resistant. Best of all? This resin-bound stone prevents the spread of bacteria. 

Finally, cap off the kitchen with a beautiful backsplash. Subway tiles remain popular, but you can give them a more custom look by having them installed in a different pattern like herringbone.

A Cabinets To Go design professional can help you plan your kitchen or bath remodel. 

Taking the Next Steps

Ready to refresh your kitchen or bathroom with new cabinets? Then visit your local Cabinets To Go showroom, request a catalog, or check them out at

Cabinets To Go’s design professionals will keep you on-trend and on-budget!


  1. I wish I had a kitchen like that,I have the layout if I take a wall down, but how much would it cost for the whole project.


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