Published at Sunday, 26 January 2020. base cabinet. By Shauna Viki.
If you have a pretty big window, then you can make it more picturesque by constructing window seats. Aside from creating an accent and make the room look more appealing these seats can be constructed as kitchen cabinets for added storage. To avoid making the seats stand out in an unattractive way, make sure that they are built to fit the exact sill height and the width of the window.
For those looking for something thoroughly unique and interesting, the concept of concrete base kitchen cabinets could deliver in that regard. Of course, some may shake their head at such a notion. After all, why would anyone want cabinets that look like an unfinished build? Well, there is far more to the use of concrete as an interior design product. Namely, the concrete can be missed with colored stones, shards of glass, and other "ingredients" that can dramatically alter its look. Also, the color of the concrete can be altered in a number of ways as well. This can allow the concrete to take on a very appealing image. So, do not discount the notion of concrete used as a base. It actually has a lot of potential in this regard.
Again, its a style that gets a bad rap for its less than glamorous connotations. But when form and function get together, a practical kitchen is their favorite hangout. Boldly colored upper kitchen cabinets provide the sizzle, while their frosted glass doors that open upwards keep the vibrant colors from overwhelming and offer easy access in spite of their high placement. Open shelves painted to match the upper kitchen cabinets work seamlessly with the overall theme and position dinnerware within easy reach.
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