For those clients that can't set their mind on one design, you can suggest two-tone cabinets. Yanic Semard takes a look at some of the different combinations that can be used such as wood on glossy:
This kitchen reverses the more common wood and lacquer combination, with wood upper cabinets and glossy gray lowers. Notice that the wood on the uppers has a pale tone (even paler than the other woods in the room) and a subtle grain that’s textural rather than a bold organic stripe. This allows the sense of natural warmth to come through while avoiding an in-your-face pattern that might visually shrink the room.