The Finishing Touches That Bring Out Your Style
Cabinet accents and cabinet moulding can provide depth and finish to your new kitchen, support your selected design theme and bring a quality of completion to the project. The following are some types of cabinet accents and moulding to consider when designing your room.
In addition to the items listed below, accents and embellishments can also be created through custom cabinetry to match the exact look you are seeking to achieve with your dream design.
There are several cabinet moulding options available, ranging from simple crown moulding to more elaborate, stacked designs with inlays. You can also use light rail moulding to disguise under cabinet lighting, or baseboard moulding to cover the toekick area and give your cabinets a furniture feel.
Cabinet Legs and Feet
Create a statement at a sink or cooktop area by flanking it with decorative cabinet legs that suit your style. If you enjoy furniture-type detailing, your cabinet designer might suggest a decorative foot application to the toekick space on selected cabinets.
Corbels are key to countertop support. For example, when selecting a heavy granite countertop, there must be a cabinet corbel support every 36 inches. MasterBrand Cabinets offers a stylish array of corbels that can suit the design theme of any room.
Although a decorative valance is commonly found above a window, it can also be used at the toe space of cabinets to create a furniture look. In addition, a cabinet valance can be used as the overhang of an island, providing the more finished look of a table in your kitchen.