Cream High Gloss Kitchen Cabinets
The primary selling point of a cream high-gloss kitchen is that it reflects light. This makes any space feel bigger and brighter, especially if you opt for a handleless design.
The cream can also work well with graphite grey tones, helping you avoid the starkness of brilliant white. Pair with a wooden splashback and earthy tile patterns for a relaxed, Scandinavian-style kitchen.
Gloss cabinets reflect more light
Gloss cabinets reflect light to make a space feel brighter and bigger, so they’re popular in small kitchens. However, this can also mean that dirt can show up a bit more clearly on the surface as it reflects onto it, which is why some people choose to have matte finishes in their kitchens.
The smooth, slick lacquer finish of gloss cabinets makes them easy to clean with a non-scratch microfiber cloth. They’re also more resistant to moisture damage than matte or semi-gloss finishes, so you can expect them to last longer.
The smooth texture of gloss cabinets can create a sleek look, and they pair well with a variety of kitchen styles, including flat panel. They can even work with handleless designs that remove the need for hardware, providing a modern aesthetic and creating an open sense in the space. This style also works well with simple wood-tone countertops for a pared-back aesthetic and soothing atmosphere.
They’re easy to clean
Gloss cabinets are more difficult to mark than matte finishes and can be wiped down easily with a damp cloth. They also repel grease, allowing them to look better for longer. This is one reason they’re a popular choice for small kitchens.
They work well with a variety of kitchen accessories, from pendant lights to recessed lighting and under-cabinet lighting. They also coordinate with a variety of textures, including wood, concrete, stone, and metal.
To keep the gloss looking its best, wipe it down on a regular basis with a damp cloth. Avoid abrasive cleaners, as they may damage the finish. If you must use a wet cloth, make sure it’s wrung out thoroughly to avoid watermarks on the cabinet doors. Aim to wipe in the direction of the grain, as this will help prevent scratches and smears. If you’re worried about fingerprints, consider installing handleless doors with finger-pull openings that allow them to be opened without touching the surfaces of the cabinets.
They’re easy to match
The kitchen cabinets are a great choice for those who want the sleek look of modern high gloss but find white too stark or cold. The warm neutral shade is a welcome alternative, and it works well with many other popular kitchen finishes and trends.
Gloss works beautifully with a variety of different materials, and it’s an ideal choice for those who plan to redecorate in the future because the surface is so easy to clean. It pairs nicely with wood, brick, and stone surfaces, and it also looks good with most metallic finishes as long as they’re not too shiny or brassy.
If you’re worried about a too-cream look, consider adding in some dark elements to provide contrast and depth. A dark charcoal or slate tile floor will work perfectly with cream kitchen units, as will a darker paint color like our Angelica F452 which works equally well in both country and contemporary kitchens.
They’re easy to maintain
Gloss cabinets are incredibly easy to clean. All you need to do is wipe them down with a damp cloth. Just be sure to avoid using abrasive cleaners or sponges, as these could scratch the surface and dull the shine. It is also important to wipe down the doors immediately after cooking, as grease splatter and food drops will have more of an impact than they would on a matte or satin finish.
A cream gloss kitchen is perfect for any interior style and will complement a wide range of materials. Gloss can be combined with textured stone, ceramic tiles, brick, and wood. It is also compatible with natural colors, like beige.
A cream gloss kitchen has a timeless look that will never go out of fashion, so you can rest assured that your new kitchen will stay looking fresh and modern for years to come. Browse our selection of high-gloss kitchens to find the units and doors if you need a more information