Cabinets are never equal. They come in different types to suit certain locations and purposes. You can’t always find these cabinets in a single room due to space constraints and design restrictions. To form the perfect cabinetry for your kitchen or bathroom, you ought to understand what each one is all about.
Cultured marble might not be the first countertop material you would think of, but it’s just as worthy of your consideration as more popular options. Made of resins and stone particles, cultured marble has desirable characteristics that rival those of its natural counterparts.
Cabinetry is a huge visual presence in any kitchen. This fact makes cabinets, along with drawers and open shelves, tricky to design, especially if you want them all to look both traditional and modern. To highlight the “transitional” kitchen design aesthetic in your storage units, Harbour View Kitchen and Bath shares five useful ideas:
Corners are tricky to utilize and navigate, especially in the kitchen where every potential storage space is vital. To address this particular kitchen space issue, Harbour View Kitchen and Bath shares four space-optimizing design ideas for your kitchen cabinets.
When it comes to designing a kitchen, a lot of thought and consideration go into big-ticket items such as appliances, cabinets and countertops. However, one detail is often overlooked: the edge profile of your countertops. Such a subtle element can make or break your kitchen’s appearance.