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5 Kitchen Design Ideas For Euro Cabinets

Sometimes less is more. In this spirit, Euro-style cabinets ditch the frame and use doors that cover the entire cabinet box. They create a cohesive look that works well with natural, matte, and high-gloss finishes.

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Sometimes less is more. In this spirit, Euro-style cabinets ditch the frame and use doors that cover the entire cabinet box. They create a cohesive look that works well with natural, matte, and high-gloss finishes.

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You don’t have to live in Barcelona to enjoy the simple and elegant design of European-style cabinets. Whether you prefer modern, traditional, or transitional interiors, Euro cabinets can look great and can bring a sophisticated mood to your space. In this post, we’ll look at a few different Euro-style design ideas you can use in your own kitchen.

1. Bright White Euro Kitchen

White European-style cabinets in kitchen with accents of red and black.

This Euro-style kitchen design is almost like having a blank canvas to work with since everything is so white. With minimal colors and textures, you can add any kind of accent to your white kitchen that you’d like. In this example, the designers used bright red and black items to contrast the white cabinets. You can imagine a range of moods is possible with different accent colors like turquoise, forest green, or even yellow.

European cabinets are characterized by flat doors that cover the whole cabinet and are attached directly to the cabinet box. There is no face frame, so when you open the door, you just see the sides of the box. You have better access to storage this way.

2. Figured Wood Veneer Cabinets

Euro-style kitchen cabinets with figured wood veneers.

Since European-style kitchen cabinet doors are often completely flat, they can show off figured wood patterns in a unique way. This kitchen uses wood veneers with interesting grain patterns to provide depth and interest.

Kitchen trends in the US have included Euro-style cabinetry ever since IKEA swept into the space with its products. While you can find these products from it and other big box stores, we’d recommend buying directly from online providers for more value.

3. Matte Black Elegance

Modern kitchen with matte black frameless cabinets and butcher block countertops.

Frameless cabinets also look great with a satin or matte finish. In this example, matte black Euro-style kitchen cabinets create a luxurious space. Even though the cabinets and backsplash are both black, the difference in glossy and matte finishes helps them to go together. The flat cabinets also let the wood grain in the floor and butcher block countertop stand out.

4. Minimalist Design In A Small Kitchen

Two-toned black and white euro-style cabinet design in small kitchen.

The original reason why home cabinetry in Europe tends toward minimalist design and hidden hardware is for practicality. Without a frame, you can access the entire cabinet opening. Kitchens in Europe tend to be smaller than those in the US, generally speaking, and simple cabinetry design also helps a small kitchen feel more spacious.

European cabinets work very well for small galley kitchens and single-wall kitchen styles, like this example. You can imagine that traditional cabinetry with frames, bevels, and molding could make this room feel a little smaller.

5. High-Gloss European Kitchen Cabinets

European-style kitchen cabinets with high gloss finishes.

With this dream kitchen, you can entertain a crowd in an ultra-modern atmosphere. The flat doors of European cabinet design work well with ultra high-gloss finishes, as you can see here. It’s almost like having a wall of mirrors in your kitchen, which can also make the space feel larger. There are a few ways for manufacturers to achieve high-gloss finishes, including lacquer paint and acrylic sheets.

If you’ve been inspired to use Euro cabinet designs in your own home, check out our selection of frameless RTA kitchen cabinets. We use 1/2 to 3/4-inch thick plywood instead of particle board to make sure our customers get the best value.

Frequently Asked Questions About European-Style Cabinets

What are Euro-style cabinets?

Euro-style cabinets are designed without a face frame, which is a wood border you’ll find on the front of traditional cabinets. Also called frameless cabinets, often use concealed hinges and completely flat doors that cover the entire cabinet.

European kitchen cabinet doors can be called full-overlay since they cover the cabinet. But overlay doors can also hide a frame underneath, and European cabinetry only uses frameless construction.

Are frameless cabinets more expensive?

It can depend on the company, but frameless cabinets are usually a little more expensive than traditional cabinets. This is because frameless cabinet walls need to be a bit thicker to support the door and door hardware directly.

What is the best time of year to buy kitchen cabinets?

If the price is your main concern, you can usually find the best deals around the holidays and during the colder months. You can also find contractors for installation easily since not many people are doing home renovations during the winter.

Are 42-inch cabinets worth it?

Yes, taller 42-inch cabinets can be worth it for the extra storage they provide over standard 36-inch options. However, they will reach the ceiling in an 8 ft kitchen so you won’t be able to use crown molding. Ceilings can be uneven, so the installation will take more work, as well.

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