Our new slab cabinets may be too modern for us. Any options?
So we are remodeling our kitchen, and, in somewhat of a rush, ordered slab door and drawer fronts with full overlay. We plan on painting the uppers in a near-white and the lowers in "mountain smoke" gray. The counters are a nice, neutral gray corian, with slight radius on the edges.
Now, I'm trying to pick pulls or knobs and I'm realizing that the slab look may be too modern for our kitchen. Our kitchen is not all square and monochrome like most kitchens I see with slabs. And the living room connected to the kitchen isn't all modern either. We have elements of classic and modern happening in both spaces, and I fear that something like an all slab kitchen with modern pulls won't fit.
I'm wishing we'd gone with shaker door and slab drawers.
But the cabinets are near completion at this point.
Can we stay with the slab doors and achieve a not-so-modern look? Or might there be an option to modify the slab doors so that they have a faux-frame (maybe with a rounter)?