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Trend: Invite Some “Moody Hues” into Your Life

It’s winter in Chicagoland—the hours of daylight are shorter, the snowplows are revving their engines, and the cold breezes are blowing. But maybe this year, we shouldn’t resist the inevitable! Forget grumbling and pushing away the moody spirit that can come with these months of the year. What would happen if we were to embrace it? In fact, DuraSupreme Cabinetry says it’s time to celebrate the beauty of those “moody hues”—dark, dramatic colors are making a comeback!

DuraSupreme’s expert color forecasters have predicted that moody hues are making their way into our homes, bringing subdued drama. Think colors like black, graphite gray, deep blues, and dark greens. Homeowners can go big, with all cabinets in a dark, eye-catching color.

Or you can consider doors only—according to DuraSupreme, “Contrasting black accent cabinet doors are adding drama to kitchens across the country. A black aluminum framed door or a black painted mullion door are both fantastic choices for creating this hot new look!”

If you aren’t ready to commit to full drama, you can add a splash of black in metal or trim works, bringing the color into window frames, shower enclosure frames, or cabinetry hardware.

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Check out some kitchens that put moody hues in the spotlight, creating a rich, classy look.

Are you ready to embrace the beauty of these hues in a remodel? Getting started is easy, with free design and estimates, plus easy financing and installation options. Make an appointment to visit your nearest Seigle’s today!

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