3 Top Cabinet Designs for Hamptons-Style Kitchen

When I bought my current home it was definitely what would be described as a fixer upper. I had to completely remodel the kitchen, which wasn't much more than a shell when I moved in, but I was on a tight budget. I started learning how to do the essential work that was involved, such as installing kitchen cabinets, replacing the sink, tiling and laying wood flooring, and I felt such a strong sense of accomplishment when the work was done and I had a beautiful kitchen for a fraction of the price it would have cost to pay a professional kitchen fitter. I started this blog to share what I learned and exchange tips with other home improvement enthusiasts. I hope you enjoy my blog.

3 Top Cabinet Designs for Hamptons-Style Kitchen

23 January 2020
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog


In most kitchens, the cabinetry serves the essential function of storing utensils and cutlery. However, in a Hamptons-style kitchen, the cabinetry is considered more than just storage space. With the right approach, the cabinetry design for a Hamptons-style kitchen can help the homeowner achieve their aesthetic goals. The best part is that the cabinetry of a Hamptons-style kitchen is customisable, and therefore it doesn't matter whether it is a modern home or not. This article highlights design tips for Hamptons-style kitchen cabinets. 

Floating Cabinets

One characteristic of a Hamptons-style kitchen is the expansive space created primarily by the high ceiling. In such space, it is easy for a homeowner to take the common route of installing standard cabinets complete with doors. However, these are not the only designs you can fit in your Hamptons-style kitchen. Floating cabinets are an excellent alternative that works well with expansive space. The reason is that floating cabinets don't take up so much space, and their design allows space between the shelving. Moreover, if the floating cabinets and shelving are painted a contrasting colour, they will stand out from the wall, making them the focal point in the kitchen. 

Shaker Cabinets

If you are looking for a clean and functional cabinet style for your Hamptons-style kitchen, then you may want to try Shaker cabinets. The simplicity of Shaker cabinets makes them perfect for the grand design of a Hamptons-style kitchen. Additionally, Shaker cabinets look their absolute best with neutral finishes like white and grey. These are the very same colours that are common in Hamptons-style kitchens, which make them work well with shaker cabinets. Given the large size of this kitchen style, cleaning can be a bit of a challenge. However, this is something you don't have to worry about because Shaker cabinets are easy to clean and maintain. As such, you will not have to spend a lot of time and effort cleaning your kitchen. 

Handleless Cabinets

Sometimes, when you have an expansive kitchen such as a Hamptons-style kitchen, you want to marvel at the continuity of the design in the space from the kitchen ceiling to the cabinets and the floor. However, breakpoints such as cabinet handles can interfere with such fluidity and make an elegant kitchen look a little busy. For this reason, handleless cabinets are necessary to maintain the fluidity around a Hamptons-style kitchen. Furthermore, without the handles, it is easy to camouflage the cabinets, consequently creating an illusion of a bigger space.

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When I bought my current home it was definitely what would be described as a fixer upper. I had to completely remodel the kitchen, which wasn't much more than a shell when I moved in, but I was on a tight budget. I started learning how to do the essential work that was involved, such as installing kitchen cabinets, replacing the sink, tiling and laying wood flooring, and I felt such a strong sense of accomplishment when the work was done and I had a beautiful kitchen for a fraction of the price it would have cost to pay a professional kitchen fitter. I started this blog to share what I learned and exchange tips with other home improvement enthusiasts. I hope you enjoy my blog.

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