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5 Ways To Design A Dark And Dramatic Kitchen

Halloween is lurking just around the corner, and there is no better time to talk about dark and dramatic kitchen cabinet finishes and decorative accents. From chic and contemporary cabinets to bespoke backsplash tile, here are a few of our favorite modern kitchen design choices for those who lean towards the dark side.

Kitchen Cabinet Finishes

Dark kitchen cabinet finishes are right on point in a modern kitchen design, whether you prefer rich Regency Espresso, Midtown Java Shaker, Midtown Dark Grey Shaker, or the dark chocolate tone of our Brazillian Shakercollection. You could even go for a bold, two-tone look! Order samples to feel and see the finish and quality of our all wood cabinetry before committing, or take advantage of our free online design service to see how these contemporary cabinets would look in your space.


When selecting countertops for a dark and dramatic kitchen redesign, there are many options to choose from to compliment deep kitchen cabinet finishes. Granite natural stone countertops create a stunning statement, with options like Black Pearl, Depero, Merz and more. Or opt for Argon, Pangea or Essex acrylic solid surface countertops with a seamless, integrated sink — a favorite feature of modern kitchen design.


The best flooring for kitchens should be strong, impervious to water damage, easy to clean, and easy to maintain. Tile checks off all of these boxes, and it also suits the modern kitchen design aesthetic. Options include warm, waterproof rigid core luxury vinyl planks, and durable, wood-look ceramic tile that realistically mimics hardwood floors. Or choose Dimensions Graphite porcelain tile that features a deep gray color. For an extra touch of drama, we recommend our Arabescato Carrara With Black Marble Basket Weave Pattern.

Backsplash Tile

Dark backsplash tile is like the icing on a rich and decadent chocolate cake. Some of our favorite styles include Black Cristezza Club Glass, Montauk Black slate tile, and Metallic Gray Glass subway tile. Of course, you could always go for a dramatic, two-tone, high-contrast look with Bright White Cristezza Club Glass, sparkling Silver Foil, or Glossy White subway tile paired with dark kitchen cabinet finishes and countertops.

Appliances And Decor

When shopping for large appliances like your refrigerator, dishwasher, and range, look for matte black or black stainless steel finishes for a dark twist on modern kitchen design, but don’t stop there. Toasters, blenders, coffee makers, microwaves, and heavy-duty mixers all come in dark and dramatic colors. From there, add area rugs, wall art, table linens, window treatments, furnishings, and other decor to complete your dark and dramatic kitchen redesign.

And don’t forget to shop our Halloween Sale, October 23rd through November 2nd, online at Willow Lane Cabinetry!


Welcome to Willow Lane Cabinetry — the #1 place to buy affordable, semi-custom cabinets online! Let us help you create the kitchen, home office, home bar, laundry room, closet, TV room or bath of your dreams with our 100% free room design tool. We offer all wood cabinetry, fully assembled and delivered for free, plus all the accessories needed to complete your remodel. Visit our website to see our products today!

How To Find The Perfect Color Palette For Your Home

Color surrounds us and has the power to transform the feel of your living space with the stroke of a brush or swipe of a roller. If you are building a new house or are looking to give an existing interior a fresh start, you may be wondering what hues are most suited for your unique home. Like sorting through the options in kitchen cabinet finishes, it can be difficult to make a decision for your walls and decor. If your kitchen island countertop is covered in paper paint swatches and you are completely unsure of how to choose, here are some tips to help you find the perfect color palette for your home.

Looking Towards Trends

The new year is still months away, but the color experts at Sherwin Williams are already predicting what the top paint colors for 2021 will be, with a focus on warm neutrals, earthy hues, jewel tones, and contemporary colors that are right on point. To see how these and other paint colors will look in your home without having to buy numerous paint samples, visit the Sherwin Williams website and try their ColorSnap Visualizer. This online tool lets you upload a photo of your home’s interior and virtually paint your walls. If you received a photorealistic rendering through our Free Room Design service when shopping for custom cabinets, you know how helpful it can be to actually see what your space will look like before you begin making changes.

A Neutral Color Palette

If you prefer a neutral palette, start with your favorite shade of white, beige, or gray for the walls that complements your cabinetry, flooring and furnishings. For a trendy tone-on-tone look, layer textures to add visual interest, such as natural fiber area rugs, organic woven fabrics, chunky knit throws, brushed metallic elements, and bamboo Roman shades. Go a step or two up or down the color swatch for an accent wall, and add a well-placed pop of color through a statement furniture piece or throw pillows and other accessories. Like white custom cabinets in the kitchen, a classic, neutral palette is always in style. It is ideal for homeowners who like a light and soothing look and enjoy swapping out accent colors and decor with the seasons.

Working With A Favorite Hue

When working with colors, limit yourself to three to create a cohesive look. Start with your favorite hue, dark blue for example, and build your palette around your choice. Pair your color with a neutral tone. Then, add a complementary color on the color wheel for contrast. Here are a few rules to consider when working with color:

  • Cool colors, like green, purple, and the aforementioned dark blue, can be considered neutral and help to create a calming vibe in an entryway, bedroom, bathroom, dining room, or TV room.
  • Red, orange, and yellow have a warmer color temperature, and tend to create a more energetic space most suited for a kitchen or home office.
  • Dark colors on walls can be cozy when used judiciously, while lighter colors create a spacious, airy environment throughout the entire home.
  • Bold, hot hues are best reserved as an accent color in your palette, while softer colors with gray or cream undertones are ideal for walls.
  • When in doubt, research how color affects your mood to make sure your palette is liveable for you and your family long-term.

Welcome to Willow Lane Cabinetry — the #1 place to buy affordable, semi-custom cabinets online! Let us help you create the kitchen, home office, home bar, laundry room, TV room or bath of your dreams with our 100% free room design tool. We offer all wood cabinetry, fully assembled and delivered for free, plus all the accessories needed to complete your remodel. Visit our website to see our products today!

3 Ways To Achieve A More Organized Home For Good

Even the most fastidious homeowner knows how quickly clutter can get out of hand when lacking storage space and a system of organization. But it’s not enough to simply have all wood cabinetry in the kitchen and some well-placed bins and baskets. The design choices we make in the home can have a huge impact on our ability to stay on top of the mess of everyday life, but thankfully, there are ways to achieve a more organized home for good! Read on to learn how.

Design a dream kitchen with organization in mind.

Beautiful all wood cabinetry in the kitchen is a hot commodity for homeowners, especially when it’s plentiful and well-made. When designing a dream kitchen, Real Simple advises opting for shelves that are less than 20 inches but more than ten inches deep, to ensure enough storage capacity and easier access to items. Make sure your custom cabinetshave a variety of drawers depths, maximize the space you have with base and wall cabinets, and take advantage of empty or wasted areas by including clever pull-outs. Keep countertops clutter-free by installing inside cabinet accessories like cookware organizers, Lazy Susans, or a lift for your heavy-duty stand mixer. These smart decisions and additions can make a huge difference in how your kitchen functions and stays tidy.

Invest in stylish storage throughout the entire home, not just the kitchen.

Earlier, we mentioned it’s not enough to simply have all wood cabinetry in the kitchen. We’ve covered ways to enhance and make the most of your kitchen cabinets. Now let’s go a step further by talking about the importance of including custom cabinets in the rest of the home. Whether it’s a home office, bathroom, laundry room or TV room, custom cabinets offer an opportunity to add style and organization to your living space. From open shelving to increased storage space hidden behind closed doors, cabinetry is not only aesthetic. It’s also vital and a  natural solution when trying to achieve a more organized home.

Don’t ignore the closet.

It’s easy for a closet to become a catch-all for odds and ends that don’t have a designated place in the home. Out of sight, out of mind is fine — until you open the door to get dressed in the morning! While cabinetry can help solve that issue by offering alternative storage space elsewhere, it can also help you achieve better organization with the items that actually belong in a closet, like your wardrobe and footwear. A custom closet system offers a variety of chic yet functional features that can help you stay organized and fashion-forward, like shelving and drawers, customizable hang rods, and even laundry hampers!


Welcome to Willow Lane Cabinetry — the #1 place to buy affordable, semi-custom cabinets online! Let us help you create the kitchen, home office, home bar, laundry room, TV room or bath of your dreams with our 100% free room design tool. We offer all wood cabinetry, fully assembled and delivered for free, plus all the accessories needed to complete your remodel. Visit our website to see our products today!

Countertop Options For A Contemporary Bathroom Design

There are many different materials that can be used for the countertops in your contemporary bathroom design. From unique patterns only found in nature to nonporous surfaces that block bacteria and stains, each material has its benefits. With so many possibilities, it’s important to weigh your options before making a final decision. Here are four countertop options from Willow Lane Cabinetry for contemporary bathroom vanities and some key information about each.


Quartzite originates as pure sandstone and is a metamorphic rock. Since it is a natural stone, it offers a unique variation in design for a truly one-of-a-kind look. If you love marble but find it to be too much maintenance, opt for quartzite. The swirling white and grey color mimics marble, and is certainly one of its favorite features. It is also scratch, stain, and heat resistant. Since many contemporary bathrooms tend to be predominantly neutral and monochromatic, this material is excellent for complementing those popular white or grey custom cabinets. All of the quartzite countertops from Willow Lane Cabinetry also come pre-sealed, so there is no maintenance sealing required.

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Acrylic is a solid surface and 100% man-made. It’s great as a countertop (especially in high-traffic areas like bathrooms and kitchens) because it is non-porous, which means bacteria and stains cannot penetrate the surface. It is also extremely easy to clean and considerably low maintenance. If you prefer contemporary bathroom vanities that feature an integrated sink, acrylic might be the best countertop option for you. Solid surfaces like acrylic are the only countertop materials that can create that seamless appearance in your custom cabinets.

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 3. Quartz

Some homeowners consider quartz to be the best of both worlds. It is essentially an engineered stone, made of natural and man-made materials. Quartz countertops are composed of more than 90% quartz, but the addition of polymers, resins, and other types of pigments makes it non-porous and greatly increases its durability. This combination is very appealing to some homeowners, because it combines the beauty of nature with the efficiency of science.

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4. Granite

Last but not least, let’s take a look at granite. This breathtaking natural material boasts a brilliant array of speckles and swirls that can truly awe. Each design is unique, and you will find granite in a range of tones from black to white. Granite can be porous and may require more maintenance than some of the other materials. However, with sealing, granite becomes more durable and resistant to scratches, stains and heat. While some granite countertops require routine resealing, granite countertops from Willow Lane Cabinetry come pre-sealed and never have to be resealed!


Welcome to Willow Lane Cabinetry — the #1 place to buy affordable, semi-custom cabinets online! Let us help you create the kitchen, home office, home bar, laundry room, TV room or bath of your dreams with our 100% free room design tool. We offer all wood cabinetry, fully assembled and delivered for free, plus all the accessories needed to complete your remodel. Visit our website to see our products today!

5 Must-Have Elements of Modern Kitchen Design

Modern kitchen design can be described in many ways. Not every expert will agree on every detail. Design is a form of art so it will always be open to interpretation. That being said, there are a few general rules of thumb within each theme from traditional to contemporary kitchens that most designers will agree on. Here is our list of five must-have elements of modern kitchen design.

  1. Slab cabinets with frameless construction.

In modern and contemporary kitchens, slab or flat-panel cabinetry is pretty standard. This cabinet style features a flat door with no frame. Frameless construction is popular in modern and newly built kitchens because this evolved design ensures full access and maximum storage space. Not only are these cabinets sleek but they are also incredibly functional.

The Urban White Cabinets from Willow Lane Cabinetry are the perfect example of slab cabinets with frameless construction. Take a peak online or order a sample and see for yourself!

  1. Sleek hardware that lacks ornamentation or detail.

Another telltale sign of a modern kitchen is a lack of ornamentation and detail. We notice this with the selection of cabinet doors but also in the hardware used. Rather than decorative pulls and knobs, modern kitchen design features sleek hardware that doesn’t demand any attention.

Elements’ Brenton Collection Knobs

A few finds from Willow Lane Cabinetry that fit this mold are Elements’ Brenton Collection Knobs and Verona Collection Pulls.

When planning your kitchen design, don’t hesitate to reach out to our team. Whether you need help picking the perfect modern kitchen island or can’t decide between two backsplashes, our designers are here to help from the initial layout to delivery.

  1. Countertops and flooring designed with natural materials.

Whether it be a marble countertop or wood floors, you will often find natural materials used in the construction of a modern kitchen. This reliance on nature comes from a desire to add character, color, and details in an organic way. It also helps to offset what might come across as a “cold” or “uninviting” ambiance. While the goal of a modern kitchen is to create a sleek, clean design it is not meant to take away for the welcoming vibe that will always be at a kitchen’s core.

  1. Industrial features that ground contemporary elements.

You’ll likely come across one or more industrial elements in a modern kitchen. This addition helps to ground an overwhelmingly contemporary kitchen much in the way that natural materials do. When you see a concrete countertop or exposed ceiling beams, think of it as an open invitation to make yourself at home.

  1. Open storage that leaves little to the imagination.

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It’s not uncommon to find open shelving or glass door cabinets in a modern kitchen. Rather than keep storage hidden, modern kitchens rely on visually appealing ways to incorporate their essentials into their design.

This approach to storage creates a more open space and also ties into the idea of organic décor. Rather than add clutter to countertops, you can put your favorite dinnerware on display. Minimalism comes to light in many ways in the modern kitchen and this is one of the signature approaches.

The 6 Features Of A Modern Kitchen Island

You may think that all kitchen islands are the same but there are a few features that differentiate one style from the next. From traditional to contemporary, islands create a statement and help support the aesthetic and theme of the kitchen.

Let’s take a look specifically at the modern kitchen island and what clear characteristics make it distinct.

  1. Not all 90-degree angles.


One trait that is becoming dominant in the modern kitchen island is curved or rounded edges. This shape surely stands out amongst a sea of hard corners and is a statement we only see in more modern or contemporary kitchens.

While their unique look is surely something to be acknowledged, curved kitchen islands also offer exclusive functionality. The elimination of harsh corners means less accidents and their rounded shape opens up more space for sitting around the island.

  1. Modern means more.

One noteworthy differentiator of the modern kitchen island is its demand for more. While traditional kitchen islands provided a place for your oven or extra storage, modern kitchen islands include features like a wine storage cabinet. These “add ons” to your traditional cabinets offer allure and a taste of luxury, while also giving way to the evolving needs of today’s homeowner.

  1. Unconventional countertops.

A lot of time has passed since granite countertops were the gold standard. Since then, quartz has become the material of choice for kitchen countertops. But along with the popularity of this engineered stone, we’ve seen a rise in unconventional materials like butcher block, concrete, and stainless steel.

Many modern and contemporary kitchens are opting for these outside-of-the-box options and it is not uncommon to see a concrete or stainless steel countertop on a modern kitchen island.

  1. Designated seating.


Meals are much more casual than they were in the past. It’s no longer considered poor manners to eat breakfast or dinner right at the kitchen counter. Because of this trend, we are seeing that kitchen islands are often the designated seating area for modern families.

As we move away from the dining room table and into the kitchen, the island becomes prime seating space and the focus shifts to making it accommodating for meal time.

  1. Sleek cabinet styles.

There used to be a desire for intricate details on kitchen cabinets, which is why styles like the raised panel were so popular. But in modern and contemporary kitchens, sleek cabinets are the preference. There is an obvious draw toward shaker and slab cabinets and they have quickly become the cabinet style of choice for modern kitchen islands.

  1. Modern function meets modern features.

When it comes to modern kitchen islands, it’s not all about the look. A test of functionality can also determine whether or not an island is modern or not. We look for soft-close doors and drawers, adjustable shelves, and a frameless design for maximum storage space. It’s not just about what you can see from the outside, it’s important to take a look inside to truly see what a modern kitchen island can offer.

5 Ways To Decorate With Jewel Tones For Summer

With the sparkling summer sun comes the urge for more excitement, more life, and more color. But the sun doesn’t have to be the only thing sparkling this summer. Decorate your home with jewel tones and bring some of that dazzle indoors.

Here are a few of our favorite ways to incorporate jewel tones into the home for summer.

  1. Welcome Home Some Bright Backsplash Tile


Installing a backsplash is an easy project that can add a big pop of color. You’ll find backsplash tile in a variety of deep gemstone shades that’ll complement your all wood cabinetry.

One of our personal favorites is the Cristezza Club Glass Tile in Ruby Red. This jewel tone backsplash tile will make a serious statement in any kitchen. It’s a misconception that red is very hard to decorate with. This sparkling shade actually pairs perfectly with a wide range of colors including white, gray, yellow, tan, navy and black.

In other words, there’s a good chance the finish on your all wood cabinetry will work with a jewel tone backsplash like ruby red. Dream kitchens aren’t made by playing it safe. Take a plunge and see how a bright backsplash can take your kitchen to the next level.

  1. Bring Out the Throw Blankets and Accent Pillows

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There’s no easier way to liven up your living room with some jewel tones than trading out your current throw blankets and accent pillows. It’s always great when you can make a big change in your home without any commitment, which is why we’re all for swapping out these accessories with the seasons. It is truly remarkable how these little pieces can have such an impact on the look and feel of your home.

  1. Paint an Accent Wall or Put Up Some Wallpaper

Adding an accent wall is another powerful but low commitment opportunity to decorate with jewel tones. If you find yourself shying away from bold colors, an accent wall is a great way to test the waters.

And with all of the intricate prints and patterns available, wallpaper allows you to add a splash of color and some character to any room in the home.

You could even paint a ceiling for a unique and unexpected color insertion.

  1. Trade Up Your Furniture for Some Vivid Jewel Tone Pieces

Colorful furniture is a fun way to incorporate jewel tones into the home. All it takes is one chair or side table to turn things up.

Try putting a bright topaz yellow chaise next to the window in your living room or set up a cozy corner in your bedroom with an oversized amethyst chair and ottoman.

You’ll notice that even a tiny accent piece can change the aesthetic and add a layer of richness.

  1. Invest in a Set of Jewel Toned Dinnerware.

Imagine how beautiful your dining room table would look covered with an assortment of color. Emerald green, sapphire, garnet…

Plates, bowls, and glasses in a rainbow of jewel tones instantly add excitement to any festivity. Curate a set of colorful dinnerware to use for your summer soirees and gatherings.

Colorful Inspiration For Your Kitchen Renovation

If you dream of kitchen cabinet finishes in soft shades of green or blue, or bold backsplash walls of bright red or teal tile, you’ve come to the right place. Here, we’ll offer up colorful inspiration and ideas for your kitchen renovation project.

Colorful Custom Cabinets

2Some homeowners prefer crisp white cabinetry. Some homeowners prefer dark espresso kitchen cabinet finishes. And some, like you, prefer a pretty pop of color! Willow Lane Cabinetry offers a wide variety of custom cabinets, including Shaker and raised panel cabinetry in soft hues like Tidewater Blue and Sage Green — the same colors you see on magazine covers and in dream kitchens on Pinterest!

Colorful Backsplash Tile

In addition to custom cabinets, Willow Lane Cabinetry also has a huge selection 1of backsplash tile. Our Cristezza Club Glass collection comes in vibrant shades of teal and ruby red, or subtle shades of slate, light olive, and baby blue. Other colorful options include mint green glass or Donna teal subway tile, for a unique look in your kitchen that compliments your custom cabinets.

Colorful Kitchen Appliances

If you think black and white appliances are basic, and stainless steel is too conventional, why not opt for a more colorful choice? Colorful kitchen appliances are growing in popularity, and you can find a good selection of both large and small appliances on the market. From bright blue ranges and sunny yellow refrigerators, to sweet pink stand mixers and warm orange toasters, there is a rainbow of options to choose from.

Colorful Walls

Dream kitchens often have colorful walls that compliment their kitchen cabinet finishes. According to Elle Décor, the top interior paint color trends for 2019 include deep green hues, rich purple, optimistic yellow, misty, moody blues, serene aqua, and energizing coral, such as Pantone’s Color of the Year. When painting a bold color, test a patch on the wall first to make sure it’s livable in the kitchen and compliments the rest of the home.

Other Ways To Add Color In Your Kitchen

  • Mix and Match Island and Kitchen Cabinet Finishes
  • Painted furniture (metal bar stools, wood kitchen chairs)
  • Colorful pendant Light Fixtures
  • Wallpaper
  • Colorful Ceiling
  • Colorful Dishes and Pottery
  • Colorful Area Rugs
  • Colorful Table Linens
  • Colorful Window Treatments

Welcome to Willow Lane Cabinetry — the #1 place to buy affordable, semi-custom cabinets online! Let us help you create the kitchen, home office, home bar, laundry room, TV room, or bath of your dreams with our 100% free room design tool. We offer all wood cabinetry, fully assembled and delivered for free. Plus all the accessories you need to complete your remodel. Visit our website to see our products today!




The Key to Designing A Traditional Kitchen

A traditional kitchen celebrates the past and is made up of timeless pieces that never go out of style. If you want to recreate this forever-in-fashion look in your home, focus on these three things.

Choose a soft, welcoming color scheme.

Traditional kitchens are typically composed of warm, welcoming colors. When choosing the color scheme for your traditional kitchen, stick to neutrals like cream, white, and grey or soft shades of brown and green.

There is often confusion between a “traditional kitchen” and an “Old World kitchen” and color is one of their defining differences. Old World kitchens typically feature blues and gold, two hues that are rarely present in a traditional kitchen. Let your color scheme set the tone for your traditional theme.

Incorporate pieces that feel hand-crafted.

There’s no sleek lines or modern materials in a traditional kitchen. This time period was all about the custom touch and featured handmade pieces with plenty of details. Opt for all wood cabinetry, preferably in one of the more natural kitchen cabinet finishes.

Countertops and flooring should also be made with organic materials, so try to avoid synthetic or man-made options if possible. You will actually see a lot of wood countertops in traditional kitchens, but you could also go with quartzite or granite.

Hardwood is obviously the flooring of choice here but if your countertops and kitchen cabinet finishes are natural wood, you’ll want to select stone for your flooring to avoid an all-wood look. Limestone and slate are two popular options, and they can even be mixed and matched to create an interesting pattern. Remember that with traditional kitchens it’s all about the tiny touches and custom feel. Any way you can add an awe factor, such as with a unique flooring pattern, will help to elevate and authenticate your theme.

Find faucet fixtures and hardware that is also time-period appropriate.

A common mistake when designing a kitchen is to overlook the tiny details. Doing so can completely dismantle your design so be conscious of the style of your faucet fixtures and hardware. With a traditional theme, you’ll want to avoid anything sleek, streamlined or stainless steel. These elements are all very modern and contemporary.

Instead select pieces that have detail, shape, and a more antiquated feel. Brushed oil rubbed bronze and antique brushed satin brass are two finishes that will go better with your traditional kitchen.

Now that you know the key to designing a traditional kitchen, let’s put our knowledge to work.

2If you’re ready to put your kitchen remodel in motion, contact our team for free a kitchen design and layout. We’ll send you photorealistic renderings so you can see how your all wood cabinetry will look in your new traditional kitchen and provide you with an itemized list so you know exactly what pieces you need to create your perfect design. Our name might be Willow Lane Cabinetry, but we also specialize in kitchen countertops, flooring, and hardware. Let us find custom solutions to your unique space and bring your dream kitchen to your real home.

2019 Home Design Trends We Love For Spring

The spring of 2019 has officially sprung, and most homeowners are going over their home renovation checklist in anticipation of sunnier days ahead. Whether you’re considering a big remodel or just a little sprucing, here are the design trends we love for this splendid season.

Tile Backsplash Accent Walls
While shiplap was all the rage last spring, this year, tile accent walls are popping up in fashion-forward homes. From stunning patterns like floor to ceiling herringbone marble, to quirky and colorful glass subway tile, backsplash tile is an affordable and eye-catching way to bring big style to an otherwise bland wall.

Wood-Look Flooring

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Harwood floors are a staple of modern kitchen design. While aesthetically charming and a classic choice, wood flooring is susceptible to dents, scratches, and water damage. Wood-look tile flooring, on the other hand, offers the warmth and beauty of hardwood without the hassle. Durable and impervious to water, it’s the smart and trendy choice for contemporary kitchens and bathrooms this year.

Gray and Cream Cabinets
According to the Houzz Kitchen Report, white is still the top choice for all wood cabinetry. With that said, there are many different shades of white, and this spring, homeowners are opting for softer, creamier hues and gray tones along with bright white in the kitchen. Gray and cream-colored cabinets look lovely when paired with warm wood cabinetry on a kitchen island and natural stone countertops.

Quartzite Countertops
Speaking of natural stone countertops, Quartzite is a unique alternative to ever-popular granite countertops. Featuring a natural variation in color and pattern, this highly durable, natural stone looks like marble but won’t etch like marble. It’s also scratch, heat and stain resistant.

Custom Drawer Inserts

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Modern kitchen design is all about form and function. Inside cabinet accessories can help you create a more organized kitchen this spring. This includes a variety of custom drawer inserts, from wood spice trays and trimmable knife blocks, to a wood drawer peg system for instant storage.

All Wood Bath Cabinetry
When in comes to bath vanities, all wood cabinetry is the ultimate choice this spring. From solid maple to birch, warm wood finishes set the tone for an inviting guest bathroom or soothing master bath. Add oil rubbed bronze, shiny chrome, or satin nickel bath hardware to complete the contemporary look.

Welcome to Willow Lane Cabinetry — the #1 place to buy affordable, semi-custom cabinets online! Let us help you create the kitchen, home office, home bar, laundry room, TV room, or bath of your dreams with our 100% free room design tool. We offer all wood cabinetry, fully assembled and delivered for free. Plus all the accessories you need to complete your remodel. Visit our website to see our products today!