Contemporary style continues to be a growing trend in home design. Wood-Mode, the leader in custom cabinetry, has a variety of options in modern style. This blog includes a special interview with Jennifer Bajorek, designer at K&N Sales. Jen will mention some recent projects involving Wood-Mode.Wood-Mode
was founded in 1942 and is now the nationâ€™s largest manufacturer for
custom cabinetry for kitchens, bathrooms, and other rooms in the home. Clean lines and minimal embellishment
is the hallmark of modern style and Wood-Mode has a multitude of collections fitting the bill. These include: Oceanside, Universal Elements, Penthouse View, Modern History, Urban Revival, Malibu, Vanguard Bar, Linear Solutions, Synergy, Expressions, Horizons, Connoisseur, Metropolitan, Classic Simplicity, Pacific Origins, Urban Matrix, and Transitions. While all considered contemporary, these collections are distinct and unique in their own ways.Jennifer Bajorek, Kitchen Designer at K&N Sales, sat down with us to reflect on some Wood-Mode projects she has worked on for several clients. One of the projects that stood out was a client who special ordered some doors in a deep blue color. Wood-Mode can match any color and put a high gloss varnish on the cabinetry. Other companies can only match a paint color along with a laminate. As a result, the possibilities are endless with Wood-Mode for an accent color or a uniform style for your whole kitchen. Wood-Mode also offers back painted glass doors with an array of custom colors for two different surfaces.Brookhaven, a more economical brand offered by Wood-Mode, still allows you a high degree of flexibility in your home. You can get high gloss white in your kitchen. Or perhaps a cherry rift-cut oak on any veneer or laminate will give you the contemporary look you desire? Another option is aluminum edge banding which is a unique, modern look. Recent clients have been ecstatic with their new aluminum frame glass doors. If you would like to learn more about Wood-Mode and Brookhaven, visit our showroom and donâ€™t forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Houzz!