While you're working on planning out your remodeling project, there are some things you'll want to consider. One of the most fun aspects of decorating is choosing your staple accent piece. As far as accents go, French country cabinets are back on the rise for being one of the most classic pieces of furniture to bring into your home. There's a number of reasons why you want French country cabinets in your kitchen, here are just a few to get you started:

Right off the bat, they add a rustic vintage look to your home tying it together in ways you couldn't imagine. This is perfect for an otherwise modernly designed kitchen because it brings the warmth back into the space. It allows you to have the perfect blend of old and new in your home without sacrificing anything design wise or functionality wise. Most French country cabinets are left natural in warm tones that are beautifully accented by neutrals and other warm wall colors.

The cabinets themselves are gorgeously designed, and with metallic accents, the undertones of the wood will pop in the sunlight. Typically using metals like copper are the perfect complement to the wood and with smaller accent pieces throughout, it will tie your entire kitchen together seamlessly. With French country cabinets, you also can get them as distressed and antique looking as you would like. Should you want a more polished look you can keep them as is. If you wish to opt for more of an antique lived-in look you can get the cabinets custom distressed instead. While this may cost a little bit more, the end results are beautiful and perfect for the warm aesthetic tone you'll achieve.

Not only do the cabinets look wonderful, but you'll also have ample storage space. The entire purpose that French country cabinets were originally designed for storing ample food as well as being a warm space that feels inviting for a family to gather around and cook together. Family is all about food and what better way to feel that connection than in your newly remodeled kitchen.

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