Cool Kitchen Cabinet Colours

Get Creative With Cabinet Colours!

The Bevelled Edge is a Regina, Saskatchewan countertop, and cabinet refacing company. They are family owned and work with granite, laminate post-form, laminate flat-lay, quartz, granite and solid surface.  We have some great cabinet refacing ideas!

CabinetsAs the old adage goes: the kitchen is the heart of the home. So why not make bold interior design choices there, too?

It’s time to throw out your play-it-safe colour scheme and shake it up. The best place to experiment? Your cabinetry. Banish basic white and try every color of the rainbow instead. Here’s all the kitchen inspiration you’ll ever need. It’s the bright thing, we promise.

Rosé All Day
A pale pink coupled with marble is a perfect match in the kitchen Amanda Dawbarn of 100 Layer Cake designed herself. Warm metallic accessories add a little shine to the space, finishing it off with a little something extra.
Go Bold
Vibrant red cabinets might just be the ideal match for this modern kitchen setup. A nice shine helps reflect the light, making the whole room feel more open, even in the bold colour.

Rustic Red
The bold beams, interesting angles and glass ceiling makes this kitchen feel like it’s perched up in a tree. To ground all the bright light, deep, rusty red of the cabinets add a necessary complement of bold color.

A Bright Spot
Don’t be afraid to go bold like the girls from A Beautiful Mess did in their studio kitchen, painting the cabinets a vivid lemon yellow. White walls and open shelving balance it all out, while colourful

A Little Bit Country
The perfect way to add warmth to a kitchen that might not get a ton of natural light, this pale yellow almost feels like a neutral. The clean lines on the cabinets keeps the room from feeling too traditional.

So Fresh And So Green
A mellow mint green makes bolder colors like pinks and navy, really standout in Lauren of A Lovely Lark’s kitchen. The farmhouse sink and butcher block countertops are the perfect complements, keeping the green from feeling too cold.

Deep
Green Goodness
The breakout star of this kitchen? Definitely the cabinets, which are painted in a nuanced emerald green hue. Everything else is kept clean and simple to let allow the color to pop.

A Touch Of Gray
Not a true green, this take on the color picks up  the gray in the marble backsplash while also tying in the black range, so it doesn’t feel out of
place. The natural light in the room keeps the color from looking too dark.

Double Up
More is more when it comes to this dazzling color. Using green on both the cabinets and the top of the wall is an interesting touch that helps define the space, and letting the unique artwork be the focal point.
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Classic Cafe Style
Oui oui! You’ll want to sit down at this cobalt coloured island and order an espresso and a croissant. The unique colour of cabinet paired with the French cafe style chairs makes this kitchen look like it’s straight off the streets of Paris.

Tone On Tone
Don’t think if you use a dark color on the cabinets that you have to choose a light colored countertop. For a more dramatic look, go with a dark marble in a deeper blue, gray, or black instead. It cuts down on the visual clutter.

Black Beauty
Don’t be afraid of going too dark with cabinets, black is just another neutral. This kitchen by Blair Harris Interior Design proves it. It allows for any accent color to be mixed in and is brightened up by the white subway tile backsplash.Renovation

A Gray Area
Two shades of gray work together to highlight the beautiful details in the cabinetry and the center island in this monochromatic kitchen. While a darker color would have hid the details, this softer choice draws attention to each piece of custom detailing.

Another Consumer Choice Award

The Bevelled Edge is a Regina, Saskatchewan countertop, and cabinet refacing company. They are family owned and work with granite, laminate post-form, laminate flat-lay, quartz and solid surface.  We are proud to receive our 5th Consumer Choice award!

WE’RE PROUD TO RECEIVE THE CONSUMER CHOICE AWARD 5 YEARS IN A ROW

Our very own Neil Glasser accepted the award.

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A JOB SET IN STONE WITH THE BEVELLED EDGE IN REGINA

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Quarries Around the World

The Bevelled Edge is a Regina, Saskatchewan countertop, and cabinet refacing company. They are family owned and work with granitelaminate post-form, laminate flat-lay, quartz and solid surface. Let us show you the art behind mining stone from Quarries around the world!

Explore How Countertops Are Made From Quarries Around the World

Fall in love with the artistic side of cutting the stone out of Quarries that ends up in your home.

Are you afraid of big machinery and thousands of pounds of stone inches above your head? This man is not! This artistic film shows you the pressures quarry workers are under.

Italian artist and filmmaker Yuri Ancarani captures the otherworldly landscape of Carrara’s marble Quarries in the Apuan Alps, Northwest Italy, as Il Capo (The Chief) guides his men through the extraction process in this excerpt by Yuri Ancarani .

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What Could Be Better than Antimicrobial Protection

The Bevelled Edge is a Regina, Saskatchewan countertop, and cabinet refacing company. They are family owned and work with granitelaminate post-form, laminate flat-lay, quartz and solid surface. Keep your countertops clean with the Antimicrobial Protection of Wilsonart laminate!

Antimicrobial Protection and Enhanced Scratch & Scuff-Resistant AEON™ Technology

Wilsonart® HD® Surfaces combine the most dramatic designs and textures with Antimicrobial Protection and Enhanced Scratch and Scuff-Resistant AEON™ Technology to produce the best laminate countertops and work surfaces. Wilsonart HD Laminates come standard with built in Antimicrobial Protection and their exclusive AEON finish, which creates a laminate countertop that is up to 5X more durable than our standard laminate and up to 3X more wear resistant than the industry standard.

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Love your laminate countertops

The Bevelled Edge is a Regina, Saskatchewan countertop, and cabinet refacing company. They are family owned and work with granitelaminate post-form, laminate flat-lay, quartz and solid surface. In this article, we discuss why laminate is a great choice for countertops!

Four reasons to love your laminate countertops

Some home buyers turn up their noses at laminate kitchen counters but laminate has its advantages. For starters, the counters are easy to maintain and in Consumer Reports’ tests of 14 materials, laminate resisted stains, heat, and impact almost as well as materials that cost much more. And they come in a wide variety of colors and designs.

When asked, 71 percent of prospective home buyers said that granite and natural stone countertops are desirable or essential, according to a new study from the National Association of Home Builders. On the flip side, 40 percent of those asked said they would be unlikely to buy a home with laminate countertops, although that number dropped to 25 percent for first-time buyers. The foodies on Chowhound have an ongoing debate over whether they should openly embrace their love of laminate. Here’s why it might work for you.

The price is right. Laminate is inexpensive and usually costs a lot less than most other materials. It’s about $10 to $40 a square foot installed. Look at the largest samples available and try them out in your kitchen. The Design Center on Formica’s website invites you to design your own kitchen so you can see what the counters would look like. Keep in mind that unlike pricier materials, laminate can be replaced at a fraction of the cost.

They last. Countertops take a lot of wear and tear so you’ll want some idea of how they’ll age before choosing a material. In Consumer Reports’ countertop tests we stained, sliced, scratched, scorched, and nicked 14 materials from leading brands and found enormous differences in materials but little variation among brands. That’s why we rated materials, not brands. Stains and heat weren’t a problem for laminate in our tests, but it was easily scratched by knives and isn’t repairable so if you choose it, always use a cutting board.

It’s not granite. For years some have predicted that granite was on its way out, saying it’s been overused and will become as outdated as avocado green appliances. But the NAHB study showed that granite countertops are as desirable now as they were in 2007. On the up side, while granite became more popular, laminate got better looking. Formica’s new Anniversary Collection features 12 graphic patterns with a mid-century modern flair, including Dotscreen’s microdots and Halftone’s printing screen vibe. They’re $12 per square foot installed.

It’s lost its edge. Cool colors and patterns have been added but until recently that ugly dark line along the laminate countertop edge remained. Formica loses the dark seam by adding a decorative edge. The bullnose is rounded at the top and bottom while the ogee edge has an S-shaped curve. Wilsonart also offers decorative edges for its laminate countertops and integrated sinks are also an option.

Before you start shopping, look at our countertop Ratings and think about the pros and cons of each material. Once you choose, have the fabricator take the final measurements—and responsibility for their accuracy. Your contract should list counter thickness and finish, as well as fees for sink and faucet cutouts, edges, back splash, and removal of the old counters.

If you’re considering counters for a remodeling project, see Consumer Reports guides to updating your kitchen and remodeling your bathroom.

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New End Pieces at Discount Prices!

 VANITY SALE!VANITY SALE- CUSTOM VANITIES AT DEEPLY DISCOUNTED PRICE’S WHEN END PIECES.

A lot of times when we make countertops we have a some of the stone left over. Right now we have so much stone left over we are HUGE CLEARANCE  VANITY SALE!

Remnant stone can be used for islands, small tables, bathroom vanities and more.

We’ve included some pictures of the different colours of stone we have in store. However, due to the quantity, some pieces are staked so your best chance to see them all is to come down to the show room. The pieces are in various sizes and will be on sale while quantities last.

Design Predictions #2 for 2017

The Bevelled Edge is a Regina, Saskatchewan countertop, and cabinet refacing company. They are family owned and work with granitelaminate post-form, laminate flat-lay, quartz and solid surface. In this article, we discuss Design Predictions #2 for 2017

Design Predictions #2 for 2017

Section #2 – courtesy WGSN

What colour better than a fresh, vibrant green to express the desire for change and a fresh beginning?

“Greenery bursts forth in 2017 to provide us with the reassurance we yearn for amid a tumultuous social and political environment. Satisfying our growing desire to rejuvenate and revitalize. Greenery symbolizes the reconnection we seek with nature, one another and a larger purpose.”

Pantone Colour of the year 2017: Greenery

For us at WGSN, this “yellow-green shade that evokes the first days of spring” speaks of renewal, of rebirth, of hope basically. And this is exactly what we need to surround ourselves with. Not to mention that the importance of greenery across all aspects of our lives – from workspace to home, from the bathroom to the hotel lobby, from what we wear to of course what we eat – has been called on by a broad number of our reports, and here it is once again confirmed by the Pantone global colour institute.

 Section #3 – courtesy Domain

While it seems like just yesterday we were celebrating the new year, trend forecasters and designers are already thinking well into 2017 ­– and there’s a big shake up of interior trends predicted.

If you’re renovating or building a new home, look out for the following trends to include, and those to avoid, for 2017.

WHAT’S IN

  1. Terracotta

Warm materials such as terracotta tiles will replace currently popular cool and white tones. Unlike in the 80s, they aren’t used as border tiles. Instead, they will have a natural matte finish and be used as feature walls in bathrooms or for cladding fireplaces.

  1. Cork

You heard it here first – cork is making a comeback.

Not only is cork a stylish material idea that adds warmth and texture to spaces, it’s also ideal for absorbing noise in our increasingly large, open plan homes. Cork could be used to clad entire walls in the home office and used to pin notes to.

  1. Dark green

Dark shades of green will become the new must-have dark interior colour as we say goodbye to navy and midnight blues. Used in a feature armchair or cushions and decor items as an accent, it adds depth and can bring in the colours from the outdoors.

  1. Upholstered bedheads

Beds will change dramatically in 2017, with upholstered bed heads set to replace the timber bed frames currently dominating the market. Whether you opt for the classic model in a neutral colour with buttons or a plush one in velvet, a bedhead is an easy way to update and add instant glamour to a bedroom.

  1. Escapism

Homes with nooks and places to escape to will become more popular as humans react to our increasingly technological lives. With an ever-increasing amount of time spent in front of a computer or smartphone screen during the day…there will be a greater desire to create spaces in our lives devoid of digital distraction.

  1. Jewel tones

While pastel shades of pink and blue are currently having their day in the sun, they will soon be overtaken by jewel tones inspired by metals, space, stars, clouds and the cosmos.

WHAT’S OUT

  1. Copper

Our experts almost unanimously agree that copper and rose gold will be out by 2017.

Expect to see a more industrial aesthetic, with black steel and burnished metals taking over the home.

  1. Marble

With marble homewares all the rage in the mass-produced homewares market, we can soon expect a sharp decline in interest. Marble has had a good run, but it’s time for a change. Look forward to raw, earthy textures like timber, clay and wicker.

  1. Quote artworks

After years of popularity, consumers will predictably move away from quote artworks.

  1. Fiddle leaf figs

Once a feature of every magazine spread, the fiddle leaf fig will soon be substituted for a new statement indoor plant.

  1. Open plan living

Defined living spaces are returning to modern homes as consumers seek more private home layouts. People have now lived with the open plan living areas incorporating kitchen, living, dining and even study areas. They have found problems with acoustics and cooking smells through the space.

 

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Design Predictions for 2017

The Bevelled Edge is a Regina, Saskatchewan countertop, and cabinet refacing company. They are family owned and work with granite, laminate post-form, laminate flat-lay, quartz and solid surface. In this article, we discuss Design Predictions for 2017

Design Predictions for 2017

Section #1 courtesy HOUZZ.com

Elizabeth Lawson Design

  1. Satin brass.Brass finishes have been making a comeback in recent years, cherished for their ability to bring shiny golden tones to a space without the high price tag. But more recently, designers like Elizabeth Lawson have been turning away from the reflective finish of polished brass and embracing satin or brushed brass, which is more muted and warm.

 

 

 

 

Patrick Sutton Associates

Vanity conversions.If you’re having trouble finding the right premanufactured vanity for your home, try thinking outside the cabinet box. Many savvy homeowners are finding chests of drawers, old file cabinets, vintage consoles and more, and converting them into one-of-a-kind vanities.

White with off-white.There’s just something refreshing about a room bathed in white. But when done in one stark white tone, things can start to feel clinical. Balancing a white palette with creamy off-whites and natural linen hues creates a breathtaking look that can be rich with character.

Greenery.Pantone’s verdant color of the year for 2017, Greenery, seems to be an instant hit for those looking for a revitalizing, back-to-nature hue that brings zest while still managing to work with warm wood tones.

Splurging on laundry rooms. Everyone knows that kitchens and bathrooms get the big remodeling dollars, but many homeowners are seeing value in making every space look great. And laundry rooms, in particular, are seeing more love. Design tricks to bring in more light, smarter storage and better function resonate with homeowners who realize that since they spend a lot of time doing laundry, why not do it in a space that makes them feel good?

Splurging on entryways. The entry, like a powder room, is a compact place where you can have fun with design without blowing a budget. Homeowners will spend on average $2,500 to make over their entryway or mudroom that’s 150 square feet or more ($1,400 for a space that’s less than 150 square feet), according to the 2016 Houzz & Home Report.
Sometimes all it takes is a small area to feature a fun piece of wallpaper, a statement mirror or a narrow table with a tray for shoes underneath. After all, first impressions matter.

Counter-depth fridges.For small to modest-size kitchens, remodeling is often a game of inches. Counter-depth refrigerators sit flush with adjacent cabinetry and countertops, freeing up just a bit more space while creating a streamlined look.

Between-studs storage niches.Here, designer RobinSchwadron carved out space for hidden toiletry storage behind a wall panel.

High-tech toilets.Of the homeowners who are upgrading their toilet during a remodel, 20 percent will choose a model with at least one high-tech feature, according to a2016 Houzz study of U.S. bathroom trends. Some of those features include self-cleaning, overflow and anti-clog protection, motion-activated seat and cover, built-in nightlight (as shown here), heated seating, self-deodorizer, and hands-free flushing.

Contrasting islands.When it comes to cabinets and backsplashes, the color white dominates in kitchens. That’s according to a recentHouzz kitchen study. In larger spaces with islands, a white-on-white scheme can come off as too sterile-looking. Painting islands in darker colors helps bring contrast and balance

Wainscoting in bathrooms.Twenty percent of bathroom remodelers will choose painted wood panels in their bathrooms, according to the Houzz bathroom survey. Whether it’s traditional wood wainscoting or tile with a chair rail to break up the room, this design feature is a terrific way to add interest.

 Black steel-and-glass doors. These glass-paneled and steel-frame doors are great for dark entryways that could use some natural light, and they make a statement for shower doors when frameless glass just doesn’t cut it.

Kitchen entertaining hubs.If you’re lucky enough to have a spare wall in your kitchen, you may have debated about what to put there. Multipurpose is the name of the game, with designers looking to high-efficiency design that produces maximum function and style. Custom cabinets can transform a small wall into a storage and function workhorse, turning these previously cast-off areas into coffee and beverage centers, extra prep space, command and message kiosks, and much more.

Amped-up coffee stations.If you thought people couldn’t get more pumped (make that double-pumped?) for coffee, you might be surprised. 10 percent of homeowners are adding built-in coffee stations.

Design PredictionsWhite-and-wood kitchens.To keep the all-white kitchen look from becoming too cold, designers and homeowners are introducing wood accents to help break up the look visually and provide much-needed warmth. Taking that concept a step further, warm wood cabinets in modern styles are gaining in popularity. These aren’t the honey-colored, off-the-shelf cabinets from the 1990s, but rather clean-lined, beautifully stained versions that celebrate various wood grains and species.

Hexagonal tile backsplashes.If you’re looking for a break from the rectangular subway tiles or small square mosaics that seem to show up in almost every kitchen, then it’s time to think geometrical.

Trevor Brown Architect

Walls of tile in bathrooms and kitchens.Many homeowners are eschewing the typical above-the-countertop, below-the-cabinets backsplash format and going a bit more dramatic with full floor-to-ceiling, wall-to-wall tile coverage.

In bathrooms, tile is going everywhere. Many designers and homeowners find that it’s a minor splurge to buy enough tile to cover the walls of a relatively small or medium-sized bathroom or kitchen.

Read more design predictions from The Bevelled Edge’s Blog.

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Design Predictions for 2017


  1. Satin brass.Brass finishes have been making a comeback in recent years,
    cherished for their ability to bring shiny golden tones to a space without the high price tag. But more recently, designers like Elizabeth Lawson have been turning away from the reflective finish of polished brass and embracing satin or brushed brass, which is more muted and warm.
  1. Vanity conversions.If you’re having trouble finding the right premanufactured vanity for your home, try thinking outside the cabinet box. Many savvy homeowners are finding chests of drawers, old file cabinets, vintage consoles and more, and converting them into one-of-a-kind vanities.
  2. White with off-white.There’s just something refreshing about a room bathed in white. But when done in one stark white tone, things can start to feel clinical. Balancing a white palette with creamy off-whites and natural linen hues creates a breathtaking look that can be rich with character.
  3. Greenery.Pantone’s verdant color of the year for 2017, Greenery, seems to be an instant hit for those looking for a revitalizing, back-to-nature hue that brings zest while still managing to work with warm wood tones.

5.Splurging on laundry rooms. Everyone knows that kitchens and bathrooms get the big remodelling dollars, but many homeowners are seeing value in making every space look great. And laundry rooms in particular are seeing more love. Design tricks to bring in more light, smarter storage and better function resonate with homeowners who realize that since they spend a lot of time doing laundry, why not do it in a space that makes them feel good?
6. Splurging on entryways. The entry, like a powder room, is a compact place where you can have fun with design without blowing a budget. Homeowners will spend on average $2,500 to make over their entryway or mudroom that’s 150 square feet or more ($1,400 for a space that’s less than 150 square feet), according to the 2016 Houzz & Home Report.
Sometimes all it takes is a small area to feature a fun piece of wallpaper, a statement mirror or a narrow table with a tray for shoes underneath. After all, first impressions matter.

  1. Counter-depth fridges.For small to modest-size kitchens, remodeling is often a game of inches. Counter-depth refrigerators sit flush with adjacent cabinetry and countertops, freeing up just a bit more space while creating a streamlined look.
  2. Between-studs storage niches.Here, designer RobinSchwadron carved out space for hidden toiletry storage behind a wall panel.
  3. High-tech toilets.Of the homeowners who are upgrading their toilet during a remodel, 20 percent will choose a model with at least one high-tech feature, according to a2016 Houzz study of U.S. bathroom trends. Some of those features include self-cleaning, overflow and anti-clog protection, motion-activated seat and cover, built-in nightlight (as shown here), heated seating, self-deodorizer, and hands-free flushing.
  4. Contrasting islands.When it comes to cabinets and backsplashes, the color white dominates in kitchens. That’s according to a recentHouzz kitchen study. In larger spaces with islands, a white-on-white scheme can come off as too sterile-looking. Painting islands in darker colors helps bring contrast and balance
  5. Wainscoting in bathrooms.Twenty percent of bathroom remodelers will choose painted wood panels in their bathrooms, according to the Houzz bathroom survey. Whether it’s traditional wood wainscoting or tile with a chair rail to break up the room, this design feature is a terrific way to add interest.

n12. Black steel-and-glass doors. These glass-paneled and steel-frame doors are great for dark entryways that could use some natural light, and they make a statement for shower doors when frameless glass just doesn’t cut it.

  1. Kitchen entertaining hubs.If you’re lucky enough to have a spare wall in your kitchen, you may have debated about what to put there. Multipurpose is the name of the game, with designers looking to high-efficiency design that produces maximum function and style. Custom cabinets can transform a small wall into a storage and function workhorse, turning these previously cast-off areas into coffee and beverage centers, extra prep space, command and message kiosks, and much more.
  1. Amped-up coffee stations.If you thought people couldn’t get more pumped (make that double-pumped?) for coffee, you might be surprised. 10 percent of homeowners are adding built-in coffee stations.
  2. White-and-wood kitchens.To keep the all-white kitchen look from becoming too cold, designers and homeowners are introducing wood accents to help break up the look visually and provide much-needed warmth. Taking that concept a step further, warm wood cabinets in modern styles are gaining in popularity. These aren’t the honey-colored, off-the-shelf cabinets from the 1990s, but rather clean-lined, beautifully stained versions that celebrate various wood grains and species.
  1. Hexagonal tile backsplashes.If you’re looking for a break from the rectangular subway tiles or small square mosaics that seem to show up in almost every kitchen, then it’s time to think geometrical.
  1. Walls of tile in bathrooms and kitchens.Many homeowners are eschewing the typical above-the-countertop, below-the-cabinets backsplash format and going a bit more dramatic with full floor-to-ceiling, wall-to-wall tile coverage.
    In bathrooms, tile is going everywhere. Many designers and homeowners find that it’s a minor splurge to buy enough tile to cover the walls of a relatively small or medium-size bathroom or kitchen.

 

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