Metal Kitchen Cabinets
Modern metal kitchen cabinets work well with any style kitchen you desire, except maybe a traditional kitchen. Whether you’re remodeling your current space or building something new, the expert designers at New York City-based Muretti create the perfect kitchen for you. One choice is to fill your kitchen with beautiful and functional metal kitchen cabinets. The metal cabinets that Muretti produces are beautiful, easy to maintain and expected to last for decades. Call the Italian-inspired master designers today to explore the possibilities of metal kitchen cabinets.
Are Metal Kitchen Cabinets a Good Idea?
Although growing in popularity, metal kitchen cabinets have adorned stylish kitchens for decades. The futuristic look of metal kitchen cabinets is favored in both large homes and small apartments. They offer numerous benefits to their owners, such as being:
- Easily cleaned
- Aesthetically pleasing
- Complementary to other materials
- Mold and mildew resistant
If you’re wondering whether metal cabinets are the right choice for your kitchen, consult an expert in kitchen design. Muretti, a kitchen and bathroom design firm based in New York City, brings almost three decades of experience with Italian-inspired designers to help you decide. They take any of your kitchen ideas and turn them into reality.
Are Metal Kitchen Cabinets Retro?
Metal kitchen cabinets first became popular in the 1950s, so you may think of them from that era. During the post-World War II suburban housing boom, American interior designers often chose metal kitchen cabinets for their functionality and modern-at-the-time appearance. Metal cabinets were also thought to keep food safe from pests. Today’s metal cabinets can achieve a modern look or complement any style, if implemented appropriately. Metal has the capability to look vintage, contemporary or futuristic. Muretti designers can develop a kitchen plan with metal cabinets that looks appropriate in any style you choose, with the possible exception of a traditional kitchen. The new metal cabinets create a look that can be anything from striking to serene in kitchens such as:
What Kind of Metal Kitchen Cabinets Does Muretti Offer?
Muretti, known for its Italian wooden kitchen cabinets, delivers the allure of all-metal cabinets. In fact, their metal cabinets are made of wood, but with a stainless steel finish applied to the face of the doors. It’s a cosmetic application that dramatically changes the look of the cabinet while keeping prices low. The end result of including modern metal kitchen cabinets in your small, medium size or large kitchen design is a striking appearance. No matter what your design aesthetic you prefer, metal cabinets enhance its look. These cabinets also work well with a variety of kitchen colors, including:
Are Metal Kitchen Cabinets Durable?
Metal cabinets often last longer than their wooden counterparts. Made of stainless steel, they’re more difficult to scratch, stain or damage. They’ll withstand a lifetime of use and look good the whole time, as they’re so easy to keep clean with:
- Rubbing alcohol
- Soap and water
- Car wax to restore its shine
Muretti sources everything from Italy’s finest raw materials and manufacturing techniques. Rest assured that your investment will pay dividends well into the future, as a kitchen with metal cabinets often retain or improve the value of your home. To find high-quality metal kitchen cabinets for sale, all you need to do is contact Muretti in New York City.
Are Metal Cabinets Right for Your Kitchen?
Metal cabinets give your kitchen a high gloss appearance. Muretti custom-designs and manufactures your metal cabinets according to your kitchen design layout. While not for everyone, the benefits of modern metal kitchen cabinets make them a compelling choice. They’re beautiful, timeless, functional and durable. Once you’ve chosen a metal front to your kitchen cabinets, Muretti manufactures them to fit perfectly into your kitchen. When it’s time for you to explore metal kitchen cabinets, contact Muretti to get a head start on your project.