By Jason Nicolette. Kitchen Furniture. Published at Wednesday, March 28th, 2018 - 11:18:25 AM.
You love the look of glass-front cabinets, but you don’t like the idea of having the items in your kitchen cupboard exposed. What can you do? One option is to add a beautiful, free-standing cabinet with a glass door to the kitchen. This becomes the ideal space to show off your favorite serving bowls, seasonal items and even your cherished heirloom pitcher that’s been passed down through the generations. The items are neatly displayed while being protected behind glass.
Some trademark characteristics of Shaker kitchen cabinets include flat paneled doors with rail frames, sturdy construction with quality wood, and utilitarian designs. In terms of materials, Shaker-style cabinets tend to use high-quality local American woods traditionally found in the northeastern United States. Examples include durable woods such as cherry, maple, hickory and quartersawn oak.
You'll need to allow a minimum of 7 feet to accommodate a small table and chairs, though 8 feet is better and 9 feet is optimum. (Nine feet allows for a 36" table and a 36" clearance for each chair.) Try to leave 48" of walking space around the table so nobody ends up knocking the orange juice glasses off the table.
Tuscan kitchen cabinets are predominantly made of quality woods such as cherry or maple. They tend to be stained into rich brown colors to evoke a natural feel while conveying a sophisticated elegance. Cabinet doors tend to have raised panels and decorative wood accents such as ornate hoods, shelves and cornices.
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