Kitchen Cabinet. Monday , April 02nd , 2018 - 07:15:15 AM
The homeowners of this house are professional chefs so they wanted a practical yet unfitted look. The sides and backs of the cabinets were left open with sliding maple panels placed in front. The herringbone backsplash goes all the way up to the ceiling, a creative way to beautify standard metal shelves.
A sliding frosted panel is a nice touch in a stream lined kitchen. The modern look of the glass keeps things clean looking but adds depth to a white on white scheme.
In a galley kitchen where there is not a lot of room to navigate, flat front cabinets with flush or recessed pulls are a necessity. The brass trim seen here is a glam way break up the dark cherry fronts, and double as pulls.
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