Kitchen Cabinet. Monday , April 02nd , 2018 - 07:14:31 AM
The space you have to work with and your overall budget, may go a long way toward determining the final product when it comes to your kitchen cabinet design. Large, open areas tend to tolerate elegant, sweeping, traditional designs better than smaller spaces, which are often better suited for the clean, compact lines of modern design.
For this kitchen, the owners wanted something modern but not sparse or stark. The solution was a crafted meets industrial blend of cabinetry styles and materials. Quartersawn oak cabinetry was treated with oil and framed in black powder coated steel, while a floating bank of black uppers mirrors the I beam, which separates the kitchen from the family room.
For a slightly rustic vibe, white panelled cabinet fronts are a fresh update on an old favorite. Black farmhouse style handles lend a mod feel.
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