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30 Trendy Fluted Kitchen Cabinet Ideas
There are some design trends that are everlasting in their popularity: wood floors, white walls, and millwork, for example. Another thing that can be added to that list? Shaker style cabinetry. But this year shaker style seems to leave us, and we finally see a new trend for kitchen cabinets – fluted profiles!
Characterized by their textural fronts, fluted cabinets often combine the best parts of millwork with a shaker cabinet profile, only instead of leaving the inset panel empty and bare, it’s filled with ribbed pieces of wood that look like you glued a bunch of dowels onto it. Ridged cabinetry also plays well with classic shaker cabinetry, too, so you can achieve a bolder look using both types of cabinets and save a lot of money refacing just part of them. And now question:
a contemporary kitchen with navy fluted upper cabinets and plain lower ones, a stone backsplash and countertops and black fixtures
a contrasting black and white kitchen with shaker style and fluted cabinets, white countertops and a white marble backsplash
a cool indoor-outdoor kitchen with ribbed cabinets, concrete countertops, a large matching kitchen island with an eating zone
What Styles Can Welcome Fluted Kitchen Cabinets?
Fluted kitchen cabinets are a great fit for any space, from an industrial to mid-century modern, from a minimalist to a whimsical and eclectic. These seem to be neutral and basic but more eye-catchy and interesting, than just plain ones.
a cool modern kitchen with plain green cabinets and fluted stained upper ones, a white stone countertop and a backsplash, black fixtures
a gorgeous kitchen with stained lower and green fluted upper cabinets, a concrete kitchen island, wooden stools and statement vases
a gorgeous plain white and stained ribbed kitchen with a white marble backsplash and countertops plus a matching kitchen island
a minimalist kitchen with light blue and stained fluted cabinets, grey stone countertops and a backsplash, potted plants
a minimalist kitchen with only a lower row of cabinets with fluted doors, a black countertop and black spotlights over the space
a minimalist kitchen with pale blue ridged cabinets and stained ones, black countertops and black fixtures
a minimalist kitchen with ribbed and plain green cabinets, an niche shelf, a large kitchen island and a round hood
a minimalist white kitchen with sleek cabinets and light-stained ribbed upper cabinets with lights is a lovely idea
a minimalist yet bold kitchen with periwinkle fluted and sleek cabinets, a grey marble backsplash and countertops
a modern famrhouse kitchen with white shaker style and stained fluted cabinets, black fixtures
How To Pull Off Fluted Kitchen Cabinets?
Some home owners may decide to go all-fluting in their kitchens, and that means covering all the cabinets with fluted panels. If you aren’t ready for such a solution, you may go for only upper or only lower cabinets fluting, choose only some cabinets with fluting and echo that with your kitchen island. Stained fluted cabinets look best of all with plain painted ones creating a bold contrast and a cool and catchy look, though you may paint fluted cabinets, too, and they will look cohesive if you rock the same paint as for the plain ones. Get inspired!
a modern kitchen with slate blue cabinets, a stained fluted one plus a stained fluted kitchen island and an orange tile backsplash
a moody and elegant kitchen with midnight blue curved and fluted cabinets and a matching kitchen island, dark wallpaper on the walls and black fixtures
a refined contemporary kitchen with sleek neutral and black fluted cabinets, built-in appliances, a table and green chairs
a serene coastal kitchen with light blue ribbed cabinets and a kitchen island, white countertops and woven pendant lamps
a small built-in kitchen with ribbed built-in cabinets, a white subway tile backsplash and an open shelf is cool