2022 Kitchen Cabinet Trends That Pop

November 26, 2021

Renovating your kitchen can provide you with the opportunity to incorporate the many 2022 kitchen trends. You can modernize the aesthetic, enhance the functionality, and fall in love with your kitchen. Understanding the various trends can make it easier for you to decide what you want when you start a renovation project.

At Authentic Custom Cabinetry, we offer customization at every turn – from the material to the style to the hardware. We’ll provide the interior design styles that make sense for your kitchen and recommend ways to help you enhance the space.

Take a look at these 2022 kitchen trends that can really help your kitchen pop.

Sustainable Materials

One of the hottest trends is to use sustainable materials so that you can reduce your environmental impact. Wood and stone can be recycled easily. We use premium wood – and if you want stone or other materials incorporated into your cabinetry, we can make that happen.

Two-Tone Kitchens

Two-tone kitchens allow you to embrace two colors within your space. Often, this includes a neutral color and a “wow” color so that you benefit from a pop of brightness. Particularly as you explore Modern European cabinetry, you can achieve this. Various glossy tones can be incorporated into your kitchen cabinets – and at Authentic Custom Cabinetry, we offer over 30 colors for you to choose from.


Mixed Metals

Metal will appear in your kitchen in one way or another, particularly once you factor in appliances and lighting. You can play mix-and-match on the metals (such as with copper and silver) throughout your design.

You can even incorporate the mixed metals as you begin choosing hardware for all of your cabinets and drawers.

No Handles

Often, when you walk into a kitchen, one of the first things that you see are the handles/pulls for all of the cabinetry. A 2022 trend is a handless design. Rather than using knobs and pulls, there are sleek, modern cabinets and drawers. They open with either a groove that is tucked away or by a magnetic closure.


Think of a larder as a refrigerator but without refrigeration. It can be a double-door oversized cabinet that can serve as a pantry or a cupboard. Larders were once used as rooms in the home for preserving and/or storing food.

When you are having your kitchen redone, this cabinet can be integrated along a wall to provide you with valuable space.

Open Shelving

Open shelving and even dish racks are being created in the kitchen. It provides the opportunity to display fine china, favorite dishes, and more. These can replace your traditional cabinets so that everything isn’t hiding behind a door.

Built-In Appliances

If you’ve ever walked into a kitchen and wondered where their appliances are, they’re hidden using custom cabinetry. This includes refrigerators that are built-in so that they have large cabinet doors that match the rest of the kitchen. Microwaves, dishwashers, and even ovens can be built into the cabinets, too. It can offer a minimalistic design that modernizes the entire look and feel of the kitchen.

Wall-to-Wall Cabinets

With more people spending time in their kitchens, wall-to-wall cabinets can make it easier to access everything in one place. Pull-out workspaces are available so that there’s no wasted space. It can offer a higher level of neatness and organization, particularly when you have a smaller kitchen space.

With our ability to incorporate so many of these trends into your own custom design, you can think as big as you want. Stained wood, metal accents, hidden hinges, and more can be created. Plus, you have the chance to incorporate vibrant colors, unique elements, and even use cabinetry to hide your appliances. Today’s trends are all about providing you with a custom aesthetic while helping you to eliminate clutter.

When you want to integrate these trends into your own kitchen remodel, contact us for a no-hassle consultation.

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