When it comes to remodeling kitchen cabinets in Tucson, many homeowners want to change from a relatively dark color of wood to a lighter wood or other material. They feel that the wood features they currently have make the kitchen too dark. Perhaps there is limited natural light available because of the way the house was constructed, and they want to lighten up the entire room through the use of color.
Metal and Painted Wood
Numerous options are possible for remodeling kitchen cabinets in Tucson by having the old ones removed and new ones installed. Metal in lighter colors is easy to clean and very durable. Wood cabinets can be painted off-white, pale green, light gray or another shade that appeals to the customers.
White Oak Cabinetry
Natural wood cabinets also can be installed for this goal by using species characterized by lighter colors. White oak is an example. People tend to think of oak as being a bit darker in color, but there are other possibilities. Sometimes that dark hue came about because the cabinetmaker used dark stain. Oak is recommended for cabinetry for its beauty and sturdiness.
A Combination of Colors
A combination of colors often is more appealing than all features being just one color. The customers might contact us and ask to have natural wood cabinets in a light hue, and then have a different color for paint or wallpaper. Countertops also can be slightly or significantly different in color from the other main features in the kitchen. This can be achieved with virtually any type of material normally used for countertops, including granite, quartz, laminate and even wood.
A Bright and Cheery Change
This type of remodeling work completed by a contractor such as Davis Kitchens makes an enormous change in the appearance of the room. The household residents will feel much more satisfied with their kitchen and their guests will be impressed with the difference. No longer does anyone feel a sense of claustrophobia from all the dark cabinetry while preparing meals or trying to relax at the snack bar. Instead, the room has become bright and cheery, and feels more welcoming to everyone.