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Kitchen cabinet design includes everything from the layout of your cabinets to the materials and finishes you use to complete your look. Make your kitchen more attractive and aesthetical.
Interior design is the art and science of enhancing the interior of a kitchen, building to achieve a healthier and more aesthetically pleasing environment for the people using the space. Kitchen cabinets are an integral part of any kitchen remodel.
The kitchen is truly the heart of the home — we know, it’s a cliche, but only because it’s true.
Think of the last big party you threw—you had the entire home spotless; you arranged comfy seating in every nook of the living room; you had tables set for buffet and Party — but where did everybody end up gathering? The kitchen, of course!
Whether it’s hosting high-class guests or doing homework, it seems the kitchen always ends up acting as the home’s central station.
Since we spend so much time in this space, let’s make it as modern, glamorous, and inviting as possible.
Skipping the upper kitchen cabinets entirely may seem a bit risky to some, but by doing so you can really achieve quite the open, modern space.
Take a look at the kitchen in the image below — its sleek black and white styling, sans upper cabinets, is very appealing. In place of upper cabinetry, you can add an amazing back splash that travels up to the ceiling, or you have room for an ultra-modern stainless steel hood over the stove.
Of course, this style may not be right for those who require a lot of kitchen storage. As you can imagine, without upper cabinets, your storage space is halved. If storage is not an issue for you, then this open, clean aesthetic may be the best choice for your modern kitchen.
After admiring all of these unique cabinet styles, you are surely having trouble deciding what appeals to you most. Why not try a mixture of all of them? Even in a minimalist interior you can mix up the palette a bit.
Why not try lower wood cabinets in combination with upper white lacquered ones? Or veneered walnut cabinet side panels with shiny lacquered faces? Or stainless steel floating upper shelves with painted lower wood cabinets.The combinations are endless and you are certain to achieve a style that is uniquely you.