A New Take on All-Wood Kitchens
02/13 Design Tips

A New Take on All-Wood Kitchens

Our take on a classic trend!

If you cringe at the idea of all-wood kitchens, you’ve probably been around all the wrong ones! What’s fresh in our memories are the tuscan-style track homes, wood veneers, and dated cherry cabinets. To battle that style, we saw a shift toward all-white kitchens—which has been a common request from our clients. For a while now, we’ve been loving the new approach and emergence of the classic all-wood look. It’s streamlined for a modern style and adds a lot of warmth to traditional looks. Plus. it offers a bit of texture that a solid color just can’t.

The beauty of incorporating natural wood is that you don’t have to go all in. Try using it with a two-toned, or even three-toned kitchen! Have fun creating contrast with a stone, marble, or tiled backsplash. It works with a bright and airy space, or a dark and moody space. We love it in a traditional space and we love it in a modern space!

Streamlined and Hardware-less Wood Kitchens

Design by Blakes London
Design by Blakes London
Design by Caldera House
Design by Caldera House
Design by Design by La Cornue
Design by Design by La Cornue

Traditional Kitchens

Design by BK Interior Design
Design by BK Interior Design

Open Cabinets & Shelving

Breaking up the all-wood look with open cabinets and shelving gives your eye a visual rest!

Design by Joanna Gaines
Design by Joanna Gaines
Design by Laure Joliet
Design by Laure Joliet
Design by Eye For Pretty
Design by Eye For Pretty

Two-Toned Kitchens

Can’t commit, but want the benefits of the natural warmth and texture—try two-toned cabinetry!

Design by Lauren Nelson
Design by Lauren Nelson
Design by Park & Oak
Design by Park & Oak

A dark wood brings a richness to the space, creating a moody kitchen!

Design by Natasha Levak
Design by Natasha Levak
Design by Jen Langston
Design by Jen Langston

If you’re not looking to rebuild or create a custom island, we recently added an island to our shop! The Calum Kitchen Island is modern and rustic, with plenty of storage space. Not ready to commit? Give the trend a try with a piece of decor. The natural feel of each piece makes it versatile in almost any space or design style!

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Studio McGee
  1. Love this round up of all wood cabinets and especially excited to start following some of these incredible designers! Thank you for sharing their work.

    -Kari

  2. I’m considering butcher block countertops when I remodel so was kind of looking for examples. Still, these kitchens are terrific. My favorites are the kitchens with two-toned cabinets.

  3. Hello! Really enjoying your blog and in this post I feel vindicated about my decision to go for a two-tone wood/white kitchen. Question about countertops: in your opinion would it look ok to have a lighter concrete look (by Caesarstone) for the counters and then a slightly more grey concrete look for the island?
    thank you.

    -Sara

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