Published at Sunday, 31 December 2017. Kitchen. By Vicq Lefort Lefort.
Door Styles. Doors are one of the main features that contribute to the overall style of kitchen cabinets. Popular doors include the Shaker style, which features a flat center panel with a frame surrounding it on all four sides. Shaker doors are simple in nature with clean lines. Flat-panel doors have absolutely no detailing on their fronts, making them ideal for people seeking to add a minimalist flair to a home. Inset doors tend to be one of the most expensive options. This style actually sits inside the frame instead of resting on the outside. Exposed hinges are a hallmark of this type of cupboard. Louvered doors add a distinct beauty to any home, but they usually have a higher price tag.
Perhaps the most important of the new kitchen developments is an interest in renewable energy and resources and an increased focus on sustainability. This means that future kitchens will be focused on being energy efficient and to allow eco-friendly activities such as easy recycling and waste management. Apart from sustainability, space is another issue. As cities become more crowded, space becomes much more expensive. There is a demand for smaller kitchens that are more practical for a single household meaning that a focus on functionality and user-friendliness will be a must.
Think Vertical: Maximize your storage space and look up. Select tall cabinets that reach all the way to the ceiling. If space remains above your cabinets, use that above-cabinet space for additional storage. If possible, store your pots and pans on a pot rack; you can get hanging racks that attach to the wall or ceiling.
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