Ulrica Abel. Kitchen Cabinet. February 02nd , 2018.
If you love the look of open shelving but the idea of eschewing closed cabinetry seems daunting, a sliding panel offers a peekaboo effect, giving a modern feel with the practicality of hidden storage.
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.
For the ultra minimalist, a pared-back kitchen, like this one, is the stuff dreams are made of. A blackboard paint wall provides a dramatic backdrop for a few floating metal shelves, while a bank of full height cabinets to the right conceals appliances, giving the space a seamless look.
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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