Kitchen Cabinets

Get all the extra storage space you need for your kitchen with cabinets from Lowe’s. If you’re shopping for new cabinets, try our Kitchen Cabinet Buying Guide and Cabinet Accessory Buying Guide. If you already have cabinets that you’d like to upgrade, try cabinet refacing, replacement cabinet doors or new cabinet doors. Update the look of your kitchen with cabinet accessories like backsplashes, crown moulding, end panels or fill strips, or simply maintain them with cabinet knobs, cabinet pulls, cabinet hinges and other cabinet hardware. Want to take a leap and try out the look of white kitchen cabinets? Maybe you like the look of shaker cabinets? Or do you want to stay with the classic wood cabinets? Shop our selection of KraftMaid cabinets in your local store to get the look you love. Lowe’s also has tons of options to choose from when it comes to kitchen organization, kitchen flooring and kitchen faucets too. You can also learn how to install backsplash, paint cabinets and get kitchen ideas and kitchen island ideas. Make sure you check out our how-to projects you can do yourself to improve both the look and functionality of your cabinets. Cabinets aren’t just for kitchen; shop Lowe’s selection of spacious garage cabinets and laundry room cabinets. Remember, you’ll always find great kitchen cabinet savings and deals at Lowe’s.kitchen cabinets 1Let Lowe’s Open Your Mind to New Cabinet Possibilities Get all the extra storage space you need for your kitchen with cabinets from Lowe’s. If you’re shopping for new cabinets, try our Kitchen Cabinet Buying Guide and Cabinet Accessory Buying Guide. If you already have cabinets that you’d like to upgrade, try cabinet refacing, replacement cabinet doors or new cabinet doors. Update the look of your kitchen with cabinet accessories like backsplashes, crown moulding, end panels or fill strips, or simply maintain them with cabinet knobs, cabinet pulls, cabinet hinges and other cabinet hardware. Want to take a leap and try out the look of white kitchen cabinets? Maybe you like the look of shaker cabinets? Or do you want to stay with the classic wood cabinets? Shop our selection of KraftMaid cabinets in your local store to get the look you love. Lowe’s also has tons of options to choose from when it comes to kitchen organization, kitchen flooring and kitchen faucets too. You can also learn how to install backsplash, paint cabinets and get kitchen ideas and kitchen island ideas. Make sure you check out our how-to projects you can do yourself to improve both the look and functionality of your cabinets. Cabinets aren’t just for kitchen; shop Lowe’s selection of spacious garage cabinets and laundry room cabinets. Remember, you’ll always find great kitchen cabinet savings and deals at Lowe’s.kitchen cabinets 21 Of 40 Grooved Madeline Stuart concocted the “modern Provincial” kitchen in a California house with minimalist grooved cabinetry in a soft green. “The kitchen needed to be somewhat masculine, but still warm and inviting,” she says. Victoria Pearson 2 Of 40 Distressed “I wanted this jolt of color to emphasize that the kitchen is the joyful heart of the house,” explains designer Christina Rottman. To achieve that vintage blue, a blackened umber glaze was applied to the cabinets, then painted over with a turquoise glaze. Buffing, stippling, and scraping complete the timeworn look. Mikkel VangAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 40 Stained PineIn a coastal kitchen inspired by sand and driftwood, the cabinets’ color changes with the light, but the gray undertones consistently complement the iron pendants and the steel hood. Tara Striano 4 Of 40 Turquoise A surprise turquoise hue elevates boring old white when peeking out from behind a cottage kitchen’s glass-front cabinets. Simon UptonAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 40 RaisedMake kitchen cleaning a cinch by elevating the base cabinets, like in this Park Avenue apartment designed by Eric Cohler. Crumbs won’t accumulate by the kick plates, and the space benefits from an extra shot of light. Roger Davies 6 Of 40 PortholeDesigner Gary McBournie honored the roots of a Nantucket boathouse with nautical touches throughout the kitchen. “I wanted it to resemble the galley on a boat,” he explains. He added the whimsical porthole windows over the stove just for fun. Matt AlbianiAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 40 Mixed MaterialIn a California home, designer Jay Griffith used Douglas fir for the cabinets and installed stainless-steel drawers to match the metallic appliance fronts. Jeremy Samuelson 8 Of 40 Wooden FencingDesigner Ken Fulk combined fresh white paint and battered wood in a weekend house that manages to be both striking and relaxed. The cabinetry and paneling are made from old fencing and the handles are actually galvanized pipe. Victoria PearsonAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 40 Striated”The homeowners wanted a sleek, modern kitchen that didn’t feel cold, so we opted for warmth and light,” says designer Karin Edwards of this airy cooking space. The glossy finish on the Euro laminate panels bounces light back into the room. Jason Donnelly 10 Of 40 Wire-Brushed OakDark, wire-brushed oak cabinets, cement plaster walls, marble counters, and sand-cast bronze hardware are the highlights of this Maryland countryside kitchen.”There’s a sense of comfort that comes from the rustic materials,” says the designer, Patrick Sutton. “The look is part farmhouse and part industrial.” Timothy Bell Next Gallery 8 Unexpected Color Combinations Designers Love And how to use them in a timeless way. By Amy Preiser GIF Of 40 Advertisement – Continue Reading Below header logo Created with Sketch. Presented by Created by Created by House Beautiful for From House Beautiful for1 Of 40 Grooved Madeline Stuart concocted the “modern Provincial” kitchen in a California house with minimalist grooved cabinetry in a soft green. “The kitchen needed to be somewhat masculine, but still warm and inviting,” she says. Victoria Pearson 2 Of 40 Distressed “I wanted this jolt of color to emphasize that the kitchen is the joyful heart of the house,” explains designer Christina Rottman. To achieve that vintage blue, a blackened umber glaze was applied to the cabinets, then painted over with a turquoise glaze. Buffing, stippling, and scraping complete the timeworn look. Mikkel VangAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 40 Stained PineIn a coastal kitchen inspired by sand and driftwood, the cabinets’ color changes with the light, but the gray undertones consistently complement the iron pendants and the steel hood. Tara Striano 4 Of 40 Turquoise A surprise turquoise hue elevates boring old white when peeking out from behind a cottage kitchen’s glass-front cabinets. Simon UptonAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 40 RaisedMake kitchen cleaning a cinch by elevating the base cabinets, like in this Park Avenue apartment designed by Eric Cohler. Crumbs won’t accumulate by the kick plates, and the space benefits from an extra shot of light. Roger Davies 6 Of 40 PortholeDesigner Gary McBournie honored the roots of a Nantucket boathouse with nautical touches throughout the kitchen. “I wanted it to resemble the galley on a boat,” he explains. He added the whimsical porthole windows over the stove just for fun. Matt AlbianiAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 40 Mixed MaterialIn a California home, designer Jay Griffith used Douglas fir for the cabinets and installed stainless-steel drawers to match the metallic appliance fronts. Jeremy Samuelson 8 Of 40 Wooden FencingDesigner Ken Fulk combined fresh white paint and battered wood in a weekend house that manages to be both striking and relaxed. The cabinetry and paneling are made from old fencing and the handles are actually galvanized pipe. Victoria PearsonAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 40 Striated”The homeowners wanted a sleek, modern kitchen that didn’t feel cold, so we opted for warmth and light,” says designer Karin Edwards of this airy cooking space. The glossy finish on the Euro laminate panels bounces light back into the room. Jason Donnelly 10 Of 40 Wire-Brushed OakDark, wire-brushed oak cabinets, cement plaster walls, marble counters, and sand-cast bronze hardware are the highlights of this Maryland countryside kitchen.”There’s a sense of comfort that comes from the rustic materials,” says the designer, Patrick Sutton. “The look is part farmhouse and part industrial.” Timothy Bell Next Gallery 8 Unexpected Color Combinations Designers Love And how to use them in a timeless way. By Amy Preiserkitchen cabinets 41 Of 40 Grooved Madeline Stuart concocted the “modern Provincial” kitchen in a California house with minimalist grooved cabinetry in a soft green. “The kitchen needed to be somewhat masculine, but still warm and inviting,” she says. Victoria Pearson 2 Of 40 Distressed “I wanted this jolt of color to emphasize that the kitchen is the joyful heart of the house,” explains designer Christina Rottman. To achieve that vintage blue, a blackened umber glaze was applied to the cabinets, then painted over with a turquoise glaze. Buffing, stippling, and scraping complete the timeworn look. Mikkel VangAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 40 Stained PineIn a coastal kitchen inspired by sand and driftwood, the cabinets’ color changes with the light, but the gray undertones consistently complement the iron pendants and the steel hood. Tara Striano 4 Of 40 Turquoise A surprise turquoise hue elevates boring old white when peeking out from behind a cottage kitchen’s glass-front cabinets. Simon UptonAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 40 RaisedMake kitchen cleaning a cinch by elevating the base cabinets, like in this Park Avenue apartment designed by Eric Cohler. Crumbs won’t accumulate by the kick plates, and the space benefits from an extra shot of light. Roger Davies 6 Of 40 PortholeDesigner Gary McBournie honored the roots of a Nantucket boathouse with nautical touches throughout the kitchen. “I wanted it to resemble the galley on a boat,” he explains. He added the whimsical porthole windows over the stove just for fun. Matt AlbianiAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 40 Mixed MaterialIn a California home, designer Jay Griffith used Douglas fir for the cabinets and installed stainless-steel drawers to match the metallic appliance fronts. Jeremy Samuelson 8 Of 40 Wooden FencingDesigner Ken Fulk combined fresh white paint and battered wood in a weekend house that manages to be both striking and relaxed. The cabinetry and paneling are made from old fencing and the handles are actually galvanized pipe. Victoria PearsonAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 40 Striated”The homeowners wanted a sleek, modern kitchen that didn’t feel cold, so we opted for warmth and light,” says designer Karin Edwards of this airy cooking space. The glossy finish on the Euro laminate panels bounces light back into the room. Jason Donnelly 10 Of 40 Wire-Brushed OakDark, wire-brushed oak cabinets, cement plaster walls, marble counters, and sand-cast bronze hardware are the highlights of this Maryland countryside kitchen.”There’s a sense of comfort that comes from the rustic materials,” says the designer, Patrick Sutton. “The look is part farmhouse and part industrial.” Timothy Bell

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