Do you like that seamless look in your kitchen? Where the cabinets flow, undisturbed by the finish of your refrigerator or dishwasher. You can achieve this seamless appearance in your kitchen by adding custom panes to your appliances. Now, adding appliance panels to your kitchen has its pros and cons, and not all models have a panel ready version. So, let’s start with the bad news first…
- When it comes time to replace your kitchen appliances, you will also need to purchase new appliance panels if you want to keep that seamless look in your kitchen.
- Sometimes you will pay more for the appliances that accept panels. On top of that, you will still be paying for the custom wood panels, the appliance hardware, and the installation.
- Adding appliance panels is expensive. This is because of how large the panels are and the machinery and labor that is required to build the doors.
It is important to make sure that this is worth the cost for you which is why we decided to give you this list of pros and cons. So without further ado, here are the pros:
- Say goodbye to those pesky marks on your stainless steel appliances. It is easier to hide fingerprints or water stains on wooden panels than it would be on stainless steel. So if you have some little ones running around the house but you want a spotless looking kitchen, wood appliance panels would be the easiest way to keep the space looking clean.
- With custom appliance panels, your appliance will flow seamlessly with the rest of your kitchen cabinetry. You will be able to pick out the hardware of your choice for the appliance cabinets as well.
- You do not have to have appliance paneling for both cabinets. It is up to you how you want your kitchen to look.