By . Kitchen Furniture. Published at Monday, April 02nd, 2018 - 14:40:35 PM.
The Shaker design originated from a religious movement that began in the 1770s during the American colonial era. The design tends to avoid any flourishes of style in favor of a simple and functional aesthetic. The simple and clean lines of Shaker cabinets lend themselves to placement in modern or contemporary kitchen designs, despite their traditional origin.
This white kitchen feels like a masterclass in subterfuge and concealed storage, not to mention modern lines and clean design. It works so well with the lack of handles and despite being small, is amazingly functional and unfussy.
Buffets are normally seen in the dining room, but that’s not the only place you can put one. Make your eat-in kitchen roomier by evicting the cumbersome table and putting a buffet in place. The storage underneath is used for those extra kitchen items you have no space for, and the top is perfect for a fresh bowl of fruit or some other decorative accents. Replace the Kitchen Furnituretraditional wooden top of your buffet with a slab of marble or granite to enjoy even more counter space.
Mission style strongly influenced another popular design aesthetic seen in kitchen cabinetry known as the Arts and Crafts movement, although it also combines other styles seen in Spanish and American Southwest regions as well.
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