Make Your Kitchen Stand Out
Would you like to create a look that is out of the ordinary for your kitchen? High gloss kitchen cabinets could be the answer. Remodeling an old, tired kitchen is a huge undertaking. For homeowners who want to make a statement with their new custom kitchen cabinets, selecting modern high gloss kitchen cabinets from Primex Cabinetry can help you create the kitchen of your dreams.
Ideal for Smaller Spaces
High gloss custom kitchen cabinets are ideal for small kitchens because their surfaces reflect light better than other cabinet surfaces. They are a viable alternative to a modern contemporary white kitchen when you want to make a space look bigger than it seems. You can also put them in larger areas, making them feel even more expansive.
What is a High Gloss Finish?
High gloss kitchen cabinets are made with acrylic finishes that add an extra layer of depth to the surface. They are available in high gloss and ultra-high gloss options for the ultimate sleek kitchen design. They also provide a lavish, high-end feel for your kitchen redo, especially when paired with smooth countertops.
Available in Many Colors
You can still create a modern contemporary white kitchen with high gloss kitchen cabinets, as they are available in white, as well as a wide range of other colors. Design a classic white and black kitchen for the ultimate contrast, or select another eye-popping color from Primex’s palette. They work well with subway or glass tile in neutral colors, providing a spectacular backdrop.
Advantages of Modern High Gloss Kitchen Cabinets
High gloss kitchen cabinets are easy to clean. You don’t need expensive cleaning solutions or materials. All you need is a damp cloth to wipe off fingerprints, stains and food residue. They’re also waterproof and don’t require special sealant to keep them looking good. You can even order them with non-scratch surfaces to maintain that brand-new feel.
While high gloss kitchen cabinets appear most frequently in ultra-modern designs, don’t be afraid to mix and match them with other materials. They also work well with stone countertops, floors, and wood accents. The only limitation is your imagination!