By Xanthe Bram. Cabinet Styles. Published at Sunday, January 06th, 2019 - 03:54:38 AM.
The technique will also vertically expand your shelves, especially when lower ones where you’ve displayed more elements than usual.
Stainless steel cabinets never need re-facing, re-staining or replacement door fronts like wooden kitchen cabinets do. There’s no need for extra detailing to keep the space looking visually consistent. It also saves you time and money, since you don’t have to spend on maintenance expenses. This is perhaps the most important benefit of stainless steel kitchen cabinets. Over time, it is highly cost-efficient.
This beautiful cream-toned kitchen is well-accented with dark wood and wrought iron. With all the cupboards in cream tones and raised panels, the cornices and floor planks are in a richer dark wood, as are the bases of the double kitchen island.Topped with rich brown granite, one island serves as the breakfast nook and is topped with an antique style tri-lamp pendant, while the other has a stainless steel wash basin. To the side, the small window dining nook is given a quaint charm by the knotted area carpet and white mullioned windows bringing in a lot of light.
For instance, hanging shelves over the preparation area or the sink is more of a practical solution, while the ones hung in the dining area are meant to serve display purposes.
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