Kitchen Cabinet. Monday , April 02nd , 2018 - 07:17:15 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.
That said, there are transitional styles that can work for any size space, for example, Shaker style cabinetry can be made to feel modern, traditional or style neutral simply by choosing cabinet hardware, paint or stain that reflects one of those styles.
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.
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