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Cream Kitchen Cabinets

The majority of kitchen designs we’ve seen over the past few years have included en vogue color schemes with lots of white and gray. It’s a trend that’s finally starting to wear out in favor of warm tones which includes cream kitchen cabinets.

Cream colored kitchen cabinets have been used for decades to convey a warm, elegant feeling that many homeowners love. Since it closely resembles white and is still considered a neutral, cream kitchen cabinets can be paired with all the other trendy finishes people are so into nowadays. A marble countertop, solid stone slab backsplash, shaker style cabinets, real wood, brick or stone, all look beautiful with cream. And cream is a broad term which includes a wide variety of color tones. Cutting edge technologies and top of the line appliances can be paired with cream cabinets to create a kitchen worthy of a magazine cover. We’re very happy to finally see more and more clients steering away from all those cool white and gray kitchen color schemes.

Designing a beautiful kitchen isn’t as easy as it may seam. There’s a lot more to it than adding fancy cabinets and expensive appliances. The design of the kitchen, layout, materials, textures, colors and respect for the smallest details are what makes the best kitchens a marvel of functional beauty. And adding cream colored kitchen cabinets are just one aspect that can take your kitchen design to the next level.

Here are some cream kitchen ideas for inspiration for your own interior designs.

Cream Kitchen Cabinets Look Great In Any Style

If your thinking about using cream cabinets in your next kitchen design but are worried about the style then don’t be. The good news is that cream cabinets work in just about any style home you put them in. As you’ll see in the many pictures below, it doesn’t matter if your home is ultra modern, traditional, colonial or a rustic farm house. Cream can still look great.

Cream kitchen cabinets also come in any style. Shaker, raised panel, recessed, modern, traditional, country, it doesn’t matter. If there’s a cabinet style on the market then you can get it in cream.

Another option that’s great for refinishing projects is cream paint. You can choose from hundreds of different cream shades either custom mixed or buy premade. If your refinishing your cabinets with a fresh paint job then it’s good to know white and gray aren’t your only options.

Another reason cream kitchen cabinets are so versatile is because they’re a neutral. Soft, muted neutral colors go with just about anything. A light cream cabinet looks great with wood, stone, brick, steel, just about every finish and a bunch of other colors. Go light though, if you use a really dark cream with a lot of color in it then it becomes harder to match.

Cream also works at any price point. In fact at the highest level of luxury kitchen cream cabinets never went out of style. We’ll get into this more below. It doesn’t matter if your spending a million dollars on your kitchen or a few grand, cream cabinets are a great choice.

Kitchen Cabinet Colors Are Trendy

Somewhere around 2010 is when the gray and white kitchen trend started gaining serious momentum. Kitchen color trends tend to last about a decade which is why we’re starting to see it change to warmer colors. And it’s about time.

We’ll still be seeing lots of gray and white in the kitchen for a while. And with some fabulous results. But that will continue to gradually change. It’ll take at least a few years for warmer colors and cream kitchen cabinets to be the next big thing every homeowner has to have. The kitchen design pendulum swings slowly but changes in style have already begin.

The shift from cooler to warmer kitchen cabinet colors has been slowly happening over the last few years. It’s a nice, gradual transition and the perfect way to do it. Since your still working within a neutral color scheme, just about all the high end finishes you probably want are still in style. It’s not a drastic difference like switching from a traditional kitchen to a modern one.

Lately some of the best kitchen designers are using a lot more cream colored cabinets with brown in them. And that seams to be the way kitchen styles are going. I wouldn’t be surprised to see cream kitchen cabinets become as popular as white and gray was in the last decade.

Cream kitchen cabinets are a pretty broad term. You can tint the cream with a variety of shades which includes blue, green orange, red, and even yellow. But it looks like cream browns, like the picture shown below, will be the most popular.

Beautiful cream colored kitchen cabinets with real wood ceiling beams, granite countertops and stone tile backsplash. Black knobs.

Beautiful cream colored kitchen cabinets with real wood ceiling beams, granite countertops and stone tile backsplash. Black knobs. High end stainless appliances. Brass faucets. What a fantastic luxury kitchen design with a warm, inviting feel.

Cream Color Cabinets Are Popular In Luxury Kitchens

Among our high end client base we’ve noticed a lot of them are remodeling kitchens that include cream colored cabinets and a lot more warmth. It shouldn’t come as a surprise since affluent clients tend to work with the best designers and those designers keep a close eye on evolving trends and styles. They generally don’t follow along with what’s considered in style as often as the usual homeowner. They take risks and try new things. The wealthy try to be in front setting the trend for the next 10 years, not following past ones. This is where you should try to be.

In fact, even among luxury kitchens built over the last decade, cream kitchen cabinets and warm palettes never really went out style. High end clients tend to stick with timeless styles and materials that will always be in styles. Real wood, red brick and stone and common elements you’ll find in a luxury kitchen. And all those finishes look fantastic with cream.  So why are these clients so in love with cream colored kitchens?

While cool colors are still every bit as beautiful as warmer tones, and will still be in style for a long time, warm colors have a completely different feel. They’re richer, more elegant and very classic.

Take for example the kitchen shown above. If this kitchen had white cabinets with marble countertops it would still be beautiful, but it wouldn’t be as rich. The feel would be cold and stark. However, these rich cream colored cabinets with granite countertops, stone backsplash and real wood ceiling beams gives the kitchen a warm, welcoming feel.

Beautiful cream colored kitchen cabinets with stone backsplash and butcher block countertops. Black hardware. Matching cream trim.

Beautiful cream colored kitchen cabinets with stone backsplash and butcher block countertops. Black hardware. Matching cream trim. White porcelain sink with brushed nickel faucet. Warm kitchen color palettes are back in style and it’s about time.

Kitchens With Cream Colored Cabinets Are Traditional

Another group of homeowners that are big fans of cream are traditionalists.And there are a lot of them.

Many homeowners think the perfect kitchen needs to be a warm and inviting space. A place for friends and family to cook and gather around a great meal. It’s reinventing the kitchen of their childhood with a luxury spin. A kitchen should be first and foremost a functional space for cooking and eating. And hosting some great parties. To these clients a kitchen is the center of the home where everyone always seams to gather.

  • They want a relaxed, homey kitchen with a traditional, even nostalgic, design.
  • They love real materials like wood, stone and brick. And tend to choose warm color palettes with lots of cream colors and browns.
  • Kitchen finishes are generally warmer too. Think bronzes, golds and sometimes black.
  • Less shiny finishes are most popular. We don’t see a lot of chrome here.

And they have a distaste for the current trends of cold, stark gray and white. Clients with more traditional taste hardly ever pick anything too trendy or modern.

They may or may not have a huge budget for building their dream kitchen. But they don’t need it. The good news is that cream colored cabinets aren’t that expensive and you can definitely achieve the look for less.

What Colors Go Best With Cream Cabinets

If you’re starting to pick kitchen colors, I recommend choosing all your colors at the same time. Your countertops, flooring, backsplash, paints, and finishes are all just as important your your cabinet color. Many designers recommend starting with this or that first and then moving on but it never made much sense to us. If you choose a color without considering everything else in the kitchen, things could start to look out of place or your options can become limited by an earlier selection.

However having said that we do tend to choose paint colors last. The reason being that there are that you’ve got a lot more options when it comes to paint than you do with countertops or tiles. You can even get a custom color mixed if you wanted to. And paint colors can easily be changed any time, that’s not as easy with more permanent choices like the cabinets. With that much flexibility it really doesn’t matter when you pick the paint colors.

Matching Colors With Cream

Even though this is a very broad questions there are still a few general guidelines we like to follow.

  • Anything wood works great with cream colored cabinets. That includes wood floors, countertops and ceiling beams. However we like to keep colors light and muted which includes the wood. Stay away from dark stains and anything glossy. Natural colors work best.
  • Marble is a fantastic choice for a backsplash or countertop. Especially if the veins have warm gray undertones.
  • Stick with bronze, gold, black, steel or brushed metallic finishes. But nothing too shiny. Stay away from chrome.
  • White and gray looks good with cream. The creams we use are basically just a white or gray base with a subtle touch of color so they’re muted enough to go with other neutrals.
  • Stainless steel is the go to choice for appliances.
  • Adding pops of color with art, countertop decor or green plants is a great finishing touch.

Keep in mind these are all general guidelines. Every kitchen is different and there’s no one size fits all right answer. The amount of natural light, colors in the rest of the home, the style of the house, as well as any fabrics, artwork, and decor can all play a role in determining which colors look best with your cream cabinets. And which color cream to go with.

Think of each color as part of an overall color scheme. They all have to work together and compliment each other. That’s why we like to pick all the colors at more or less the same time.

Matching Paint Color With Cream Cabinets

There are a few benefits and disadvantages to choosing the perfect paint color to go with your new cream kitchen cabinets. As a rule, we like our kitchen colors to flow well together and stay within an overall color scheme. At the start of each job we decide on the style direction we want to go in and then stick to the plan. If we’re designing a modern kitchen with cream colored cabinets and a warm overall feel then we don’t pick a cold gray paint. That works great in a huge amount of kitchen but not in the one we’re designing. A very subtle peach gray paint would look great though.

We always try to prevent clashes and refer to the color wheel. If the idea is to use warm creams and browns then we don’t paint the walls green or blue.

White works with anything so we always consider it as an options.

I like to keep paint colors as light as possible with just a tiny hint of warm undertones.

While I’ve used lots of different paint colors over the years, I’ve almost never use the same color twice other than base gray, black or white. There is no one size fits all answer when your matching colors with cream cabinets.

Use lots of pictures for inspiration. We do the same thing. one of the first things we do when meeting with a new client is to show them tons of example photos to see what they like. Use the pictures you like best as a guide and then make adjustments as you see fit.

Ahead we’ll look at some of those pros and cons with matching paint colors to your cream cabinets.

Pro:

  • Since there are a nearly unlimited number of paint colors you can select or custom mix, there is sure to be something out there that’ll work.
  • Paint is cheap so it’s easy to mix a dozen sample cans and test them all out in your own kitchen. Even if you make a mistake it’s easy to mix a new color and redo it.
  • I personally don’t like to paint but it’s easy and makes a great DIY weekend project.
  • Even cabinets can be painted so you’ll have even more color options.

Cons:

  • All those paint color choices can get overwhelming fast.
  • Although paint isn’t that expensive it’s still a time consuming process. We typically mix dozens of colors and test them all out in the kitchen before choosing the right one. It’s a lot of work.
  • Even though painting can be a great DIY project, you’ll get the best work by hiring a pro. Especially if you’ve got a high end kitchen. A perfect paint job requires a good painter. And they’re not cheap.

It’s also worth noting that creams, just like whites and grays, have undertones that totally change the finished color. By adding more or less color or a different color undertone you can completely change the color.

There are creams with just about any color undertone you can think of. Brown, pink, peach, green, blue, orange, red, and more. Just about any color can be added to cream to tint the color a bit.

We recommend using good overall color theory here just like you would when designing any room of the house. Coordinate the colors in the room including the undertones with your cream cabinets. For example cream cabinets with a warm brown undertone would look go better with other warm undertones than it would against cool green ones.

Make Sure To Create Contrast With Your Paint

Creating contrast with your paint scheme is very important. This may be especially true with cream colored cabinets because the colors that look best are very subtle. If you look at most of the cream cabinets in these pictures by themselves they’ll probably look white. The undertones are so subtle that it’s only when you see them along side another color that the cream really shines. That’s why the paint colors matter so much. If you don’t pick the right color then the undertones could get lost.

We like to pick a wall paint that has a lower value than the cabinets. Whatever the shade of cream you pick, go at least a little lighter on the walls. White is still the most popular wall paint choice which is hard to get away from since the cabinet color is so subtle.

Value mean light and dark.It has nothing to do with the actual color. that’s a separate matter. Pick a color that’s lighter than your cabinets so the cream will stand out.

The way to determine value is making them black and white. One you reduce a room to gray scale it’s much easier to see which colors are lighter and which are darker. A good way of doing this is to take a picture of all the elements in the room and turn them gray in Photoshop. One everything’s gray scale it’s easy to see where the lights and darks are.

Modern cream colored kitchen cabinets with a solid marble stone slab backsplash. brushed nickel faucets with stainless appliances. Bronze knobs.

Modern cream colored kitchen cabinets with a solid marble stone slab backsplash. brushed nickel faucets with stainless appliances. Bronze knobs.

Cream Kitchen Cabinets Are Modern

Now that warmer cream kitchen colors are coming back in style they’ll be lighter and more muted. Subtle tones that are basically white or gray with just a splash of color. They’ll be fresher and on the lighter side with muted colors. More modern. Like the example kitchen shown in the picture above.

If you’re looking for the perfect shade of cream cabinets then I’d recommend keeping it as light as possible. And not just like but also very subtle. Think a white or gray base with a splash of tint color. Then carry that tint color throughout the room.

Metallic finishes should also be warmer too. Nothing too flashy. Stay away from chrome. Use gold, bronze, brushed nickel, steel, or black. Stay away from anything too polished or shiny.

Keep the walls on the light side too. Even white still works fine.

Natural elements always look great with cream. Wood, brick, stone, granite or marble are all great choices. Here we see a solid marble stone slab backsplash which is one of the hottest trends in luxury kitchen design. And it just so happens to work beautifully with cream cabinets.

Even though your going with cream you can still have a trendy light and bright modern kitchen. It’s a very subtle change from whats been in style for the past 10 years. All your doing is taking the same overall design that everyone loves and warming it up a little.

Warm Cream Colored Kitchen Cabinet Ideas

Below are some of our all time favorite kitchens featuring cream colored cabinets with a warm undertone.

Beautiful cream colored kitchen with brown walls and marble backsplash. Wood floors with matching wood island and stools. Dark bronze hardware. Marble countertops.

Beautiful cream colored kitchen with brown walls and marble backsplash. Wood floors with matching wood island and stools. Dark bronze hardware. Marble countertops.

Light Cream kitchen Cabinets With Brown Walls

When I think of a classic cream kitchen, it brings to mind a rich, warm undertones, real wood and brown. This kitchen style exudes a more traditional vibe that makes you feel comfortable and at home. Almost like being in a modern country kitchen. It’s a beautiful design but still feels like it should be used every day. It feels like people actually cook and eat here, unlike some of the more sterile gray and white kitchens we’ve been building.

Notice how all the colors throughout the room flow with the overall color scheme and warm brown undertones. That even includes the pendant light covers and shades.

Real wood is the perfect choice for this cream kitchen.

The cabinets are a very light shade of cream with a brown undertone. Some may even consider them to be white if they saw them alone, but when you put them along side the marble backsplash and bright white trim, which are both true white, the cream color really stands out.

The rich brown wall paints provides the perfect contrast while staying within the kitchens color scheme.

Fantastic luxury kitchen featuring cream colored cabinets and matching stone floors and backsplash. Marble countertops with veins of warm gray.

Fantastic luxury kitchen featuring cream colored cabinets and matching stone floors and backsplash. Marble countertops with veins of warm gray. This particular shade of cream has a peach undertone that gives it an almost pinkish hue.

Cream Kitchen Cabinets With matching Stone Backsplash

This classically styled kitchen in the picture above features beautifully carved wood cabinets painted in cream. The large kitchen island features matching engraved scroll work and is topped by a fantastic marble stone countertop and a row of pendant lighting. The large windows bring in tons of natural light the shows off the cream colored stone floor tiles and smaller cut cream stone mosaic tile backsplash.

High end Viking stainless steel appliances are a great choice.

Cream cabinets have been an underrated color for many homeowners, but not for long. More and more customers are choosing cream because of it’s elegance and versatility. While it never really went of style among high end clientele, it’s popularity is expanding quickly. And that’s mainly do to the beautiful kitchen that are using cream cabinets like the example shown above.

This particular shade of cream cabinets has a peach undertone that in the right light, gives off a pinkish hue.

Since the tile backsplash is also cream and a very similar tone the contrast comes via the marble countertop, dark knobs, stainless metallic finishes, and bright white ceiling with matching trim.

Pops of color from plants nicely placed around the kitchen are great finishing touches.

Cream colored cabinets with large black island. Marble countertops and solid slab marble backsplash. Built in Wolf stove with red their classic knobs. real wood ceiling beams.

Cream colored cabinets with large black island. Marble countertops and solid slab marble backsplash. Built in Wolf stove with red their classic knobs. real wood ceiling beams.

Cream Kitchen Cabinets With Solid Stone Marble Backsplash

Because of its versatility, cream kitchen cabinets can be used in just about any style home. Traditional, Victorian, Classical, Modern and even Country homes can all benefit from including cream in the kitchen.

Cream is a great color for the cabinets. Especially if it has warm undertones. But because of how versatile it is you should use other natural elements such as wood, brick, stone or metal help define the kitchen’s style. You can also vary the cabinet design based on the look your going for.

You can even match cream with other shades of cream like the example picture shown above. Here we see a light cream cabinet finish with warm brown undertones paired with the same cream paint but with a slightly lighter shade. Remember varying tones is best because you want some contrast between the cabinets and wall.

Darker elements have been included in the kitchen design which helps each element stand out. If everything is the exact same color or tone then things start to blend together and look muddy. Especially from afar.That’s not the case with the kitchen above because the designers used contrasting colors in a very smart way.

Beautiful cream colored kitchen cabinets with marble countertops, brushed aluminum faucet and bronze hardware in natural light. Cream looks fantastic in a kitchen with large windows because sunlight is a warm light source.

Cream Colored Kitchen Cabinets Look Beautiful In Natural Light

It’s a big plus that cream is available in a wide variety of kitchen materials and finishes. And with so many other elements that look great with cream, it’s easy to design an entire kitchen around the color.

Cream paint for trim, walls and cabinets. Laminate finishes for MDF. Stone countertops, tiles for the backsplash and flooring. And even a huge variety of accent pieces are available in different shades of cream. This wide variety of cream colored materials and accessories gives designers more flexibility when using it in their kitchens.

Best of all, cream is a beautiful color that looks even better in natural light, which is a warm light source. Kitchen designs with large windows, like the example picture shown above, look even better with cream cabinets. The sunlight really highlights the warm undertones.

Cream cabinets brighten up the kitchen, even if your using other dark colors or finishes.

It’s also a great option for homeowners who are designing their own kitchen. Because it’s a neutral, and such a versatile color choice, it’s pretty hard to go wrong with cream colored kitchen cabinets. Just make sure to keep things very light with a subtle hint of color.

Cool Cream Colored Kitchen Cabinet Ideas

Below are some of our all time favorite kitchens featuring cream colored cabinets with a cool undertone.

Wonderful Luxury kitchen With Cream Cabinets

These beautiful cream kitchen cabinets are well accented by a dark wood island and matching hardwood floors. They have a cool undertone that sets them apart from the warmer cream colored backsplash and island chair fabric.

Topped with a deep black granite the center island serves as both an eating area and prep station with small under mount sink. The cream colored backsplash tiles really shine with splashes of browns and golds. The cross pattern inlay behind the stove is a very nice finishing touch. And just look at that beautiful oven surround with built in exhaust.

A wonderful crystal chandelier hangs above the large center island with gold finishes. Gold doesn’t work in a lot of your more trendy gray and white kitchens but it definitely does when you use cream.

Cream kitchen cabinets with cool undertones and black knobs. Black granite countertops. Marble backsplash with custom inlay.

Cream kitchen cabinets with cool undertones and black knobs. Black granite countertops. Marble backsplash with custom inlay.

Light Cream Kitchen Cabinets With Cool Undertones

A beautiful open layout dining room that flows in to the kitchen with cream cabinets and black granite countertops. It’s an inviting, elegant design. With a small center kitchen island topped by a black iron chandelier with recessed LED lighting and candles. A 2nd larger island is large enough to sit and eat on and includes outlets to charge all your gadgets. Finishes such as the dark wood crown molding, glass faced cream cabinets, and marble backsplash with custom inlay give this room a luxurious appeal.

Dark hardwood floors and matching trim provides a nice contrast with these beautiful cream kitchen cabinets. The black knobs and green countertop plants are nice finishing touches.

Cream kitchen cabinets with a cool undertones. Black stone countertops with matching black island stools. Dark brown hardwood floors. Huge windows let in tons of natural light.

Cream kitchen cabinets with a cool undertones. Black stone countertops with matching black island stools. Dark brown hardwood floors. Huge windows let in tons of natural light.

Cool Cream Kitchen Cabinets With Black Stone Countertops

This light and bright kitchen focuses on classic, neutral colors, starting with the shaker style cabinets painted in a cool cream tone. The rest of the walls, backsplash, and huge windows are painted white, providing clean lines and a bright finish. The large black stone countertop for the kitchen island also provides a clean, modern finish, while the rustic dark wood flooring gives the room a bit more warmth.

There are lots of cool finishing touches around the room that I just love. The windows seat with decorative pillows, black island seating with chrome, custom exhaust hood and nice use of colorful plants.

Recessed LEDs and pendant lights provide more than enough artificial lighting. However, the best light comes from those huge windows. Cream kitchen cabinets look even better in natural light so include as much of it as you can into your design.

Gray Cream Colored Kitchen Cabinet Ideas

Did you know cream colored kitchen cabinets even come in gray. It’s a gray base with just a touch of creamy colored undertones. Below are some of our all time favorite kitchens featuring gray cream colored cabinets.

Gray cream kitchen cabinets. Some of the nicest shades of cream are made with a gray base and slight creamy undertone.

Gray cream kitchen cabinets. Some of the nicest shades of cream are made with a gray base and slight creamy undertone.

Gray Cream Kitchen Cabinets

This cream toned gray kitchen takes on a slightly modern look while still feeling traditional. It has a good mix of contemporary colors with traditional trim lines. The stainless steel 6 burner commercial oven provides more than enough power to cook whatever you need. White stone countertops with a dark brown island top are nice touches. Most homeowner match all the countertops but a 2 toned design look great too.

Huge floor to ceiling windows and sliding doors let in ample amount of natural light. Real light looks great with cream, even when the cream cabinets are gray.

Matching gray tiles with a subway pattern and white grout. Steel hardware with 3 darker cream gray pendant lighting.

My favorite part of the room is the inside of the cabinets. Using a dark wood stain that matches the island countertop is such a nice finishing touch and a pleasant surprise when you open the cabinets.

Beautiful luxury kitchen with gray cream colored cabinets and wood island countertop. Black cabinet tops. Stainless appliances. Dark blue hutch.

Beautiful luxury kitchen with gray cream colored cabinets and wood island countertop. Black cabinet tops. Stainless appliances. Dark blue hutch.

Beautiful Luxury Kitchen With Gray Cream Cabinets

The best luxury kitchen designs try to combine not only the highest quality materials, cutting edge technologies and top of the line appliances to create a kitchen worthy of a magazine cover.But also the best color schemes. Here we see gray cream colored cabinets with 2 toned countertops, black and brown, and a dark blue hutch. Wood stools with brown leather and a marble solid stone slab backsplash. This kitchen design is beautiful with a wonderful shade of gray cream.

As simple as it may seem, designing a beautiful luxury kitchen isn’t easy. There’s much more to it than adding fancy cabinets and expensive appliances. The design of the kitchen, layout, materials, textures, colors and respect for the smallest details are what makes the very best kitchens.

Gray cream kitchen cabinets with a modern design. White stone countertops. Solid slab marble backsplash with white brick veneer.

Gray cream kitchen cabinets with a modern design. White stone countertops. Solid slab marble backsplash with white brick veneer.

Gray Cream Kitchen Cabinets With A Modern Feel

A current trend among luxury kitchen designers, and one that we absolutely love, is using a solid stone marble slab as a backsplash. If you’ve never seen one in person then trust me, it’s a beautiful look. Particularly if the stone is marble. Using marble in the kitchen is very popular at the moment since most high end kitchen designs are using tons of gray and white. And that’s a great thing with gray cream kitchen cabinets. Because the veins running through the marble have varying undertones you can choose a slab that perfectly matches the cream cabinet paint.

Steel is another metal trend that looks fantastic with cream. Did you know you can buy steel with different undertones as well. Try to work with the color cream you’ve selected. If it has warm undertones like the kitchen shown above then use a steel that’s also on the warm side.

White countertops are a great choice. They’re beautiful and go with everything.

Light gray cream kitchen cabinets with a navy blue island. Light gray countertops.

Light gray cream kitchen cabinets with a navy blue island and light gray countertops.

Light Gray Cream Kitchen Cabinets With A Blue Island

Gray cream cabinets with a navy blue island and gray countertops. Soft and muted colors are a great choice for any kitchen design scheme. This open concept kitchen features a classic look by incorporating a large l shaped island with built in prep sink and clean shaker style cabinet lines.Using a different color island from the other cabinets is a great way to add interest to the kitchen. Not many designers do it and even less use a color like blue. But if your using a cool gray cream then it makes sense. The cream has a blue hue to it so they work well together.

The oven area is really special. A black 6 burner commercial oven with exposed vent pipe and custom hood with matching blue paint really draws the eye.

I bet you didn’t know you can have a kitchen like this using cream colored cabinets.

Beautiful kitchen design featuring warm gray cream cabinets and marble.

Beautiful kitchen design featuring warm gray cream cabinets and marble.

Beautiful Kitchen With Warm Gray Cream Cabinets

This simple yet elegant design features raised panel gray cream kitchen cabinets with warm undertones. Brushed nickel hardware. Stainless steel Wolf range with matching hood. Marble countertops and backsplash have warm gray veins running throughout. Even the tone of stainless is on the warm side. As is the brushed steel faucet.

The light cream tones of the cabinets are offset by the white ceiling and matching trim.

Light gray cream kitchen cabinets with a slightly darker gray island. Marble countertops.

Light gray cream kitchen cabinets with a slightly darker gray island. Marble countertops.

Fantastic Gray Cream Kitchen Cabinets With 2 Tone Design

This beautiful design features raised panel gray cream kitchen cabinets with a slightly darker island. Marble countertops. Huge island with prep sink. Stainless steel appliances. Dark wood flooring provides a nice contrast to the light cabinets and countertops.

Check out that custom ceiling with soffits and crown molding.

What a wonderful design to showcase the beauty of cream kitchen cabinets.

Modern Cream Colored Kitchen Cabinet Ideas

Did you know you could use cream kitchen cabinets in a modern design? Below are some of our all time favorite Modern kitchens featuring cream colored cabinets.

Modern kitchen design featuring cream colored cabinets. Marble countertops.

Modern kitchen design featuring cream colored cabinets. Marble countertops.

Modern Kitchen With Cream Cabinets

This modern kitchen features an open design with large center island, 4 stool and prep sink. Polished concrete flooring with lots of metal and glass railings. Cream colored kitchen cabinets look fantastic in a modern design.

Ultra modern kitchen with cream colored cabinets and real wood.

Ultra modern kitchen with cream colored cabinets and real wood.

Ultra Modern Kitchen With Cream Colored Cabinets

Cream colored cabinets even work in an ultra modern kitchen design. This one features warm undertones that work perfectly with the real wood trim and accents. Brushed metal hardware and stainless steel built in wall appliances. Wood ceiling with recessed LED lighting and ceiling mounted range hood. Huge 2 story wall of glass lets in tons of natural light which looks fantastic with cream colors, warm undertones and real wood.

Black gloss countertops completes the modern style.

Summary: Cream Kitchen Cabinets?

Cream kitchen cabinets are a great choice. They’re extremely versatile and go with just about anything. They look great in just about any style home and with any cabinet design. If you keep the color light and muted it’s super safe choice. And cream is used at any price point ranging from multi million dollar mansions to small apartments. In fact cream only went out of style at the low to mid price points when they switched to using white and gray. Luxury kitchens have continued to use cream because of it’s rich, elegant feel. It’d definitely work considering in your next kitchen design.

I hope the cream kitchen cabinet, ideas and pictures in this article helps you with your next design.

If you have any questions or comments e-mail us any time. We’d love to hear from you.

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