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Published at Wednesday, April 21st 2021. by in Kitchen Cabinets.

While smart tech is still making its way into our kitchen, we are struggling to make room for our ever-increasing list of appliances. One of the biggest challenges that people face is figuring out how to integrate them into the limited space available seamlessly. Integrating appliances like the refrigerator and the oven within the cabinetry is an increasingly popular trend. It saves space in the kitchen, but it also gives the kitchen a seamless look. How is this executed? The appliances are installed in custom panels to give them an integrated look to avoid any interruptions in the overall ‘flow’ of cabinetry.

Shaker cabinets continue to be a top style, offering a simple sophisticated design. They enhance kitchen designs from modern farmhouse to country chic. All-white cabinetry offers a timeless and elegant look. It’s one that works with virtually any style of home. Yet, many designers are noticing a trend toward new color palettes.

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Lacquered kitchen cabinets are like a newly painted car parked in your kitchen— bright, shiny and rich in color. Lacquer cabinets are manufactured by a process of applying numerous coats of lacquer, followed by polishing and waxing.If done properly, lacquer finishes can be durable and scratch-resistant. However, most people would say that this type of finish is not the perfect choice for busy families with children because lacquer has been known to chip.If you are willing to risk this, then the high-gloss shine of lacquer cabinets may be the choice for your modern kitchen cabinetry, as its sleek aesthetic is unmatched.

Glass-front cabinet doors give the eye a break from wall-to-wall cabinetry and create display space for collectibles, pretty dishes, and glassware. Add just a few glass doors to your current kitchen design to create a light and fresh look. Here, glass panels help visually lighten the look of rustic wood floor-to-ceiling cabinetry.

With this timeless kitchen trend, less is more. Open shelving offers a stylish alternative to upper cabinets that can give your kitchen a lighter, airier feel. Line your walls with floating shelves and use them to display dishware, potted herbs, or even decorative accessories. If you`d rather not rip out your existing cabinetry, you can simply remove the doors to convert basic cabinets into open shelving.

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Lacquered kitchen cabinets are like a newly painted car parked in your kitchen— bright, shiny and rich in color. Lacquer cabinets are manufactured by a process of applying numerous coats of lacquer, followed by polishing and waxing.If done properly, lacquer finishes can be durable and scratch-resistant. However, most people would say that this type of finish is not the perfect choice for busy families with children because lacquer has been known to chip.If you are willing to risk this, then the high-gloss shine of lacquer cabinets may be the choice for your modern kitchen cabinetry, as its sleek aesthetic is unmatched.

Glass-front cabinet doors give the eye a break from wall-to-wall cabinetry and create display space for collectibles, pretty dishes, and glassware. Add just a few glass doors to your current kitchen design to create a light and fresh look. Here, glass panels help visually lighten the look of rustic wood floor-to-ceiling cabinetry.

With this timeless kitchen trend, less is more. Open shelving offers a stylish alternative to upper cabinets that can give your kitchen a lighter, airier feel. Line your walls with floating shelves and use them to display dishware, potted herbs, or even decorative accessories. If you`d rather not rip out your existing cabinetry, you can simply remove the doors to convert basic cabinets into open shelving.

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