Kitchen Published by Heriberto chucho, Friday, March 24th 2017, 20:30:50 PM.
Framed vs. Frameless Standard cabinets are usually framed, meaning that the door and drawers are attached to a front frame. However, European, or frameless cabinetry, has been rising in popularity in recent years. In this option, the door and drawers are fastened directly to the box. The lack of a front face can lead to reduced strength of the structure, so experts recommend avoiding cheap materials such as particle board and instead using more substantial wood.
Door Styles There are a number of different door styles, from traditional Shaker to flat to doors with glass panels. The door style will make a significant impact on the overall style of the kitchen. Consider flat doors for a minimalist look or Shaker for a more traditional feel. Custom molding and different finishes can be added to existing doors to create an even more personalized look.
If you’ve updated your kitchen with fresh, fashion-forward colors and a focal wall, it’s time to add layers. The latest trend in kitchen design is open shelf, upper-cabinet-free kitchens. The look lightens a kitchen up by creating visual space, but requires you to hide all the tupperware and mismatched glasses in fewer cabinets.
Funky water can indicate a problem with the pipes. Your kitchen water can tell you a lot about the state of your plumbing. Ever detect a smell of rotten eggs? If you are in your kitchen, it could just be a forgotten carton of eggs. Or it could indicate a contamination from the sewer pipes. Algae and mold can also grow in your pipes and affect your water supply.
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