Changing the cabinetry in a kitchen alone will create an entirely new look. What color and style will dictate the aesthetic for the entire room. This brought us to question what are the popular cabinetry trends in the Twin Cities right now?

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White shaker cabinetry remains a classic.

This cabinetry trend remains popular throughout suburbs, like Edina, Bloomington, Lakeville and more. It’s also popular in city apartments, and among home flippers. White shaker is one of those trends that will never go out of style.

Sherwin-Williams’ 2020 color of the year is naval.

This might influence some blue kitchen cabinetry this year, a trend that already picked up in 2019. Sherwin-Williams color of the year is naval. However, we don’t suggest naval cabinetry. Stick with accents and fixtures less permanent. Another stylish idea is a naval bathroom vanity.

Engineered-quartz benchtops are on the rise.

The texture is not only what our interior design dreams are made of, they truly finish any kitchen with the special touch of texture. Benchtops are our favorite combination of function and style. Houzz trends report knows what we’re talking about.

Maple, Alder or Oak for the win.

These cabinetry materials continue to be our favorite, and that is probably why our MCC semi-custom line of cabinetry styles continue to be our most popular. From the Antique White Glazed to the French Espresso, what’s your favorite?

Grey doesn’t have to be bland.

It might not be ideal for a cloudy day, but grey is more stylish than we credit it for. Leaning towards a darker shade, this is also becoming increasingly popular among kitchen designers. It encapsulates masculinity without the room becoming dark.