Cabinet Styles and Materials

Oct
09
Author: PriceK
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Nowadays we have the technology and the creativity to be able to design a kitchen to suit the style or tone of any individual, from metallic stainless steel kitchens to quartz worktops to period kitchens and more. When it comes to innovative use of space and storage, it is important to have the right type of kitchen cabinet for your kitchen and your lifestyle.

Mahogany Cabinets

A traditional wooden look is never out of place in a period kitchen and a set of deep mahogany cabinets are a perfect addition to any period kitchen. You could even choose to customise the doors so that they have carvings on them, or add a few wrought iron handles for extra style.

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Floor to Ceiling Cabinets

Giving off the illusion of more space, floor to ceiling cabinets utilise the whole height of the kitchen.

Glass cabinets work well with floor to ceiling cabinets as they look impressive and are also easy to categorise.

Ideal for taller bakers and chefs, however perhaps not so popular with those who prefer having everything they need to hand.

Wide Cabinets

Some people much prefer wider overhead cabinets so that everything they need is at arm’s reach.  Available in a wide range of materials and finishes, wide set cabinets are good for people who like to have a lot of space or who have large cooking utensils, as there is more space to store them.

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