Around the Office: New Wellborn Samples
At Stevens Kitchens the office staff lovvvves when we get new products into the showroom. Many times, the products we receive are aligned with what's currently trendy. Sometimes that means veiny white quartz and subway tile, and other times that can mean hardware like large pulls in different metal finishes.
It's not often that we receive new cabinetry samples though, so when we do you can only imagine how excited we get!
Well, our good friends at Wellborn recently stopped by our showroom with a bunch of new samples in all new (and beautiful) finishes. We have fifteen (yes fifteen!!!) new finishes that I wanted to share with you all!
I love how different they are and I can't wait to see them in our projects.
The thought of blue or green cabinets may seem off putting but they have become incredibly popular in kitchens and bathrooms alike. Paired with gold or brass hues, the result is super beautiful and luxurious.
Plus, the glaze adds such a richness to the already beautiful cabinets.
Here's the new Wellborn Sonoma Mint door paired with Cambria Kelvingrove. quartz.
Look how wonderfully these pair up! It's perfect for anyone who loves the Coastal look!
We know that not everyone loves colored cabinets. There are many people who think colored cabinets will be a fad. If you're one of these doubters, we have all new shades of white as well! White cabinets are quite timeless. You can be contemporary, classic, transitional... Anything! They are perfect for any trend/fad skeptics.
Now, if you prefer a more neutral painted look, there are also tons of brown, gray and white options!
A neutral palette can allow you to have more of a selection when it comes to what countertop you choose. In other words, you are likely to find a complementary choice with a neutral palette.
Since these colors are so new we haven't seen the end result yet in any of our projects but we hope that any one who is thinking about a remodel or is ready for a selection consult will choose one of these beautiful finishes!
If you have a favorite, let us know!