By Twila Lucas. Cabinet Styles. Published at Sunday, January 06th, 2019 - 07:59:20 AM.
There's no limit to the value of this stand-alone Ar-moire-Style cupboard. The various drawers could hold table linens, silver, and serving pieces. Moreover, the higher level of the cabinet could comfortably house a large flat‐screen TV. Cabinet‐style cupboards seem like nice furniture, but give all the wonderful perks of contemporary cabinetry such as pullout storage and drawer dividers.
Here's a remarkable appearance for a kitchen sink -- intricately curved legs. The rounded legs and white‐painted coating build a custom appearance. The chinoiserie‐style material forms a dress to cover below sink storage and match the room's tone palette concurrently.
These huge doors seem to be cabinetry but rather, cover a pro-style fridge and freezer. Built‐in overhead cabinets make this fridge, and side storage combo feel like a big part of lovely furniture.
Oh, something to do with all these cookbooks? This brilliant bookshelf/storage wall resolves that obstacle with fashion. Pure cubicles over the books store single bottles of wine, and interesting baking and serving dishes are arranged on the shelves over.
A beautifully drawn exterior, ornate inlays, and tapered, carved feet give this stone-topped island a looks like an old-fashioned -- but it's not! This kitchen takes whole the style of an old piece of furniture with the hard‐working practicality of an island.
Glass‐front cabinets on the island add a style appearance and imitate the presence of a curio cabinet.
A group of little apothecary‐style drawers and rounded detail inset changes conventional cabinetry. Here, the beverage station seems like a stand-alone part of furniture because of its staggered depths and fresh arched inset. Various elevations (or coatings) make permanent established furniture seem more freestanding -- and more furniture like.
A ceiling‐hugging range hood (with dramatic crown molding) enclosed by inset cabinets takes central stage. Architectural add‐ons, such as the corbel-supported mantelpiece above the range, utilize furniture components to make regular cabinetry seem like they were custom-made.
You can't have sufficient drawers in a kitchen -- particularly in the cooking space. Here, a dresser-style cabinet holds stacks of drawers and works as a room divider. The arched, floor-level pattern gives the kitchen cabinet seem like it has feet.
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