It’s true that new, custom countertops can go a long way in making your kitchen more beautiful and functional, but if that’s the only thing you change during your kitchen renovation, you might be disappointed to see a kitchen that is off balance with beautiful countertops and mismatched cabinetry.
Countertops and cabinetry go hand in hand, so it’s important for them to work well together visually and meet your needs. Here is why you should pair your new countertops with semi-custom cabinetry:
- Support the weight- When you get custom countertops installed, the weight of them might be too great for your old cabinetry to support. Perhaps this is because you chose a heavier material like concrete or your new countertops are a tad larger than your old ones. Whatever the reason, semi-custom cabinetry can be specially made to support the weight of your new countertops.
- Create visual unity- Because counters and cabinets are connected, they should work well together visually and create a sense of aesthetic unity in the kitchen. This doesn’t mean they have to look the same though. They should complement one another.
- Get the space you need- When you customize countertops, you can increase or decrease your counter space to better fit your needs, and the same is true of semi-custom cabinetry. You can have some control over the size of your cabinets so you can fit more dishes and appliances or regain space that you are not using.
For information about our semi-custom cabinetry at Carolina Custom Countertops, contact us today.