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Navy Blue Cabinets A 48-inch six-burner Viking cooktop and a GE Profile microwave are set into old-fashioned navy blue cabinets, made by Fieldstone Cabinetry, in a Southampton farmhouse kitchen designed by Lynn Butler Beling.
Weathered Wood Cabinets In the kitchen of a Los Angeles house designed by Chris Barrett, the cabinetry has a comfortably weathered look, with Whitechapel knobs. Bianco Strata Nero countertops.
Solid Hardwood Wooden Cabinets by LessCare, all custom LessCare cabinets are constructed with solid wood – no particle board anywhere. Cabinet doors and frame are made of 3/4" solid wood and cabinet sides are made of 5/8" thick plywood. Wall kitchen cabinets are equipped with soft-closing hinges and all-wood dovetailed drawers feature undermount soft-closing glides. All wall cabinets are available in 30" and 39" height.
Bright Green Cabinets Designer Carey Maloney and Hermes Mallea tricked out the kitchen of a New York townhouse with gleaming metal cabinets in green. The cabinets pick up the veining in the countertops, making the marble appear greener.
High Gloss Cabinets These whites in a Ray, New York designed by Louise Brooks are not only clean, they sparkle. Custom cabinetry in Benjamin Moore's high gloss super white is topped with counters made of crystallized glass by glassos.
Hidden Appliances In a Mount Kisco, New York, farmhouse kitchen designed by Young Huh, Shaker-style cabinets by Plain & Fancy, painted Teresa's Green by Farrow & Ball, have a wonderfully old-fashioned but surprisingly fresh look. The Miele dishwasher has a cabinet front, so it doesn't break up the line of cabinetry under the counter.
White Cabinets With Glass Knobs Designer Mick De Giulio added extra to the 2012 kitchen of the year in New York with glass-and-nickel cabinet knobs. They're refined but also "have a little glitter" to them.
An Industrial Look Dan Doyle used salvaged wood, raw steel, and glazed brick to give a St. Helena, California, kitchen a sturdy, industrial look. Cabinetry is painted Benjamin Moore's Kingsport Gray.
Think Upward Home Depot designer Emily O'Keefe added cabinetry with period charm to this small kitchen. "Since space was tight, I went up, stacking the cabinets," she says. "The ceilings are 11 feet high, but not every cabinet touches the ceiling — that way they look more like furniture."
Reclaimed Molding In Annie Brahler'sJacksonville, Illinois, Victorian, the kitchen island's new cabinetwork incorporates molding from an old bed. Dishwasher by Bosch; sink by American Standard.
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