18 Chic & Stylish Two-tone Kitchen Cabinets

Two Tone Kitchen Cabinets With White Upper And Natural Wood Lower
By CW Design, LLC

Chic and stylish, two-tone kitchen cabinets are more than a great organizer but can also add unique vibe and more visual interest. Moreover, tons of fun mixes available allow you to personalize and create a different kitchen look. Ranging from an elegant to a playful one, you only need to determine the right combination to create something that suits your personality. To make it easy, we are showing off 18 best two-tone kitchen cabinet ideas. Explore more ideas about kitchens and make sure you build a flawless kitchen decor.

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Vintage

Yup! The most exciting thing is to know that it doesn’t have to be brand new. Dress up and re-paint the old vintage kitchen cabinet and add a nostalgic design element that presents the “throwback” vibe that you want. Mix and match the vintage style with modern colors like white or gray for a fresh look. At least, make sure that it will allow you to adjust it to the silver dominance in modern kitchen appliances.

Two-tone Kitchen Cabinets
Transitional Kitchen Cabinets [ by Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs ]

Woody

Choose an ivory-white upper and go freely with diverse wooden tones on the lower for a classic and timeless sense. Explore more wooden tones to create something tough and elegant. In some cases, Wood is the best material for furniture thats known to never wear out. On the other hand, they are today likely to be considered neutral so it will be easy for you to match it with modern stainless steel kitchen appliances. Having a two-tone wood kitchen cabinets is a long-term investment.

Two-tone kitchen cabinets
Natural Wood Meets White [ by Allwood Construction Inc ]

Scandinavian

Some call it Nordic, and others say Scandinavian. But whatever the name, the style we mean is popular because it is perceived in accordance with our daily habits. Yup! functionality, design, until the tone feels so striking compared to other countries. a combination of pastel or monochrome colors is highlighted to aesthetically shape a feminine and beautiful décor.

Two-tone Kitchen Cabinets
White meets grey [ by Rebecca Hay Designs ]

Denim

As with fashion, denim is known to be flexible and trendy. By using it, you can freely choose any style and color of your tops. whether it is formal or non-formal, you can even still look confident. Adapted from authentic denim color, a two-tone kitchen cabinet with blue lower is designed to make you feel flexible when choosing a tone for upper. Avoiding outdated kitchen cabinets, blue denim is an option that offers trendy feelings as well as relaxing.

Two-Tone Kitchen Cabinets Shaker Style
Fremont Two-tone Shaker Style Kitchen Cabinets [ by Heidi Caillier Design ]

Olive

like olives that provide essential beneficial vitamins, you can adapt the color of olives as a signal that your small kitchen is also full of benefits. Yup! a mixture of white and green olives and added stainless steel on the surface will instantly shift your kitchen to be more fresh and eye-catching. Stop thinking that the green color will only reduce the value. Inspired from nature, there is plenty of green that brings freshness in the room.

Two-tone Traditional Kitchen Cabinets
Scullery Traditional Kitchen Cabinets [ by Hermitage Kitchen Design Gallery ]

Champagne

Shifting to a slightly fancy feel, you can use a mixture of “champagne” and white to make your cabinet shine. Inspired by a glass of sparkling wine made to celebrate something, champagne is filled with a sense of luxury and elegance. Meanwhile, white can be a perfect background while keeping the kitchen bright.

Two-Tone Kitchen Cabinets
Two-toned Cabinets [ by Michael Knowles, Architect ]

Brandy

Though designed just like most two-tone wood kitchen cabinets, this cabinet combines a simple but expressing tone. That’s why we call it Brandy, the same name given to a glass of spirits made from distilling wine.

Two-Tone Kitchen Cabinets
Natural Two-Tone Wood Kitchen Cabinets [ by Maletz Design ]

Flint

 

Two-tone Kitchen Cabinets
White Meets Grey Two-toned Kitchen Cabinets [ by Dan Brunn Architecture ]

Charcoal

Charcoal is a mild carbon black, masculine tone to blend with white to create contrast in the kitchen. Draw your kitchen with a masculine theme that is different from most of the kitchen that is usually designed feminine.

Two-tone kitchen cabinets
by Maletz Design

Bright

In fact, two-tone kitchen cabinets built with bright tones are more likely to make the room look more spacious. After all, there’s nothing convenient to dine in the dark room. Yup! it’s not just about decorating, sometimes it also affects your appetite.

Two-tone Kitchen Cabinets
Two-tone Kitchen Cabinets By Kerr Construction

Breeze

 

Two-Tone Kitchen Cabinets
Point Breeze [Photo by Shelton Design//Build]

Mint

 

Two-tone kitchen cabinets with marble top
Mint Two-tone kitchen cabinets [ Turan DesignsKitchens Photography Atlanta Ge Ia Ga ]

Monochrome

Two-Tone Kitchen Cabinets
[ By Conny ]

Elegant

Two-Tone Kitchen Cabinets
[ by Armoires Cuisines Action ]

Montana

We call it Montana, a modern kitchen cabinet with a glistening orange surface. Unlike most kitchen cabinets, Montana lets each part be closed. This allows you to get a cleaner and tidier kitchen. Meanwhile, striking colors can be a fresh focal point replacing accent walls.

Orange Meets Stainless Steel Two-Tone Kitchen Cabinets
Sho-Con by Khrome Studios

Butter

Butter is superfood. We’ll bet that whoever you’ve ever eaten butter once in a lifetime. colors and familiar flavors are likely to fit into the tone of the room so that every visitor feels at home. Make a tone transition by adding a similar color gradation. Something like light brown or white and even black can be a wise choice.

Two-Tone Kitchen Cabinets
Two-tone kitchen cabinets by Lucy Johnson Interior Design

Teal

No matter what your product is and how it is designed, Teal can always make it more valuable. Similarly when it is attached to two-tone kitchen cabinets. On the other hand, you can even do many things with the teal as the main color. Choosing white as background can add contrast while choosing gradation colors like yellow or olive green will create a beautiful transition pattern.

Two Tone Kitchen Cabinets Teal Green Meets White
Teal Meets White Contrast two-tone kitchen cabinets by Arent & Pyke