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Open Cabinet Kitchen

Open Cabinet Kitchen

Let Lowe’s Open Your Mind to New Cabinet Possibilities Get all the extra storage space you need for your kitchen with cabinets from Lowe’s. If you’re shopping for new cabinets, try our Kitchen Cabinet Buying Guide and Cabinet Accessory Buying Guide. If you already have cabinets that you’d like to upgrade, try cabinet refacing, replacement cabinet doors or new cabinet doors. Update the look of your kitchen with cabinet accessories like backsplashes, crown moulding, end panels or fill strips, or simply maintain them with cabinet knobs, cabinet pulls, cabinet hinges and other cabinet hardware. Want to take a leap and try out the look of white kitchen cabinets? Maybe you like the look of shaker cabinets? Or do you want to stay with the classic wood cabinets? Shop our selection of KraftMaid cabinets in your local store to get the look you love. Lowe’s also has tons of options to choose from when it comes to kitchen organization, kitchen flooring and kitchen faucets too. You can also learn how to install backsplash, paint cabinets and get kitchen ideas and kitchen island ideas. Make sure you check out our how-to projects you can do yourself to improve both the look and functionality of your cabinets. Cabinets aren’t just for kitchen; shop Lowe’s selection of spacious garage cabinets and laundry room cabinets. Remember, you’ll always find great kitchen cabinet savings and deals at Lowe’s.
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Open Cabinet Kitchen

Get all the extra storage space you need for your kitchen with cabinets from Lowe’s. If you’re shopping for new cabinets, try our Kitchen Cabinet Buying Guide and Cabinet Accessory Buying Guide. If you already have cabinets that you’d like to upgrade, try cabinet refacing, replacement cabinet doors or new cabinet doors. Update the look of your kitchen with cabinet accessories like backsplashes, crown moulding, end panels or fill strips, or simply maintain them with cabinet knobs, cabinet pulls, cabinet hinges and other cabinet hardware. Want to take a leap and try out the look of white kitchen cabinets? Maybe you like the look of shaker cabinets? Or do you want to stay with the classic wood cabinets? Shop our selection of KraftMaid cabinets in your local store to get the look you love. Lowe’s also has tons of options to choose from when it comes to kitchen organization, kitchen flooring and kitchen faucets too. You can also learn how to install backsplash, paint cabinets and get kitchen ideas and kitchen island ideas. Make sure you check out our how-to projects you can do yourself to improve both the look and functionality of your cabinets. Cabinets aren’t just for kitchen; shop Lowe’s selection of spacious garage cabinets and laundry room cabinets. Remember, you’ll always find great kitchen cabinet savings and deals at Lowe’s.
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Open Cabinet Kitchen

Single Shelf One long shelf in this kitchen creates ample room to display special-occasion glasses. Fun With Design Who says you have to stick to only displaying your dishes in the kitchen. Add in a fun toy or knickknack for an unexpected, quirky display. Color Pops If you love the look of sparkling white dishes on cool white shelves, look for other areas in the kitchen to add a splash of color. In this kitchen, a bright green fridge is a nice visual contrast from the all-white shelves. Smart Stacking For ease of use, stack shelves with the most-used dishes on the bottom shelf, working your way up to once-in-a-while items. Create Your Own Storage If you need more space, consider building your own shelves in an underutilized area. A couple of shelves in a rarely-used alcove can create abundant storage. Decorative Display Do you love the look of open shelving but lack the dishes to fill it up? Consider using it to display a collection, such as the simple pitchers shown here. At Capacity To make the most use of open shelves, stack plates and even teacups and saucers. You may even be able to fit an extra plate or two by displaying them vertically. Warm Neutrals Give your kitchen an earthy vibe with beautifully-stained shelving and ceramic dinnerware. Handy Solutions For a quaint, lived-in look, keep your most-used kitchen items out in the open. Glitz and Glam By continuing the backsplash all the way through the open shelving, this kitchen is given extra glamourous appeal. Nailed It Kitchen shelves can take up a lot of wall space, but don’t let that stop you from hanging your favorite pictures. If you love art, attach it directly to your shelves. City Slicker Subway tiles and attractive stainless steel shelving give this kitchen a sleek city style. Do It Yourself Plumbing supplies and reclaimed wood come together to create custom open shelving that has the storage capabilities of several cabinets. Learn to make your own here. Classic Mix Mix new dishes with your favorite antiques to add interest and character to your open shelving. Build Up To make the most of your open shelving and to add visual height to your kitchen, stack shelves high, varying shelf height according to what will be stored. Keep It Simple If you view too many dishes out in the open as clutter in the kitchen, consider only displaying those that you use most often, keeping them on hand but clutter free. Dream Kitchen To add interest and exude warmth, the open shelving in Dream Home 2014 was decorated with a mix or glass, wood and steel.
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Open Cabinet Kitchen

Most Popular By Lauren Piro Feb 6, 2015 If you’re like us, you can’t escape the pretty pictures of kitchens with open shelving that pop up on your Pinterest page. The trendy look is serene, modern, and seems like a lovely way to display a matching dishware collection. But, is it really all that practical? We asked some of bloggers with open shelves why they went for a cabinet-free look. Dans Le LakehouseAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below1. Cabinets offer fixed space, but open shelves may increase your storage options.”We couldn’t stand the upper cabinets in our kitchen. People tend to see them as a cornucopia of storage, but they were actually quite awkward. One cabinet was a nightmare because I couldn’t quite reach around to get things in and out — I had to clamber up on the counter. The corner cabinets were too narrow for glasses to sit side-by-side. And the one above the stove was fake. Open shelving increased our storage, and created a space that felt a bit more modern and relaxed.” – Tanya at Dans le Lakehouse Most PopularSee more of Tanya’s kitchen » Christina’s Adventures2. It helps the space look bright and open.”Our kitchen was small, dark, and felt closed in with old ugly upper cabinets. We were originally planning on just tearing out one wall of cabinetry, but once we did, we realized that ripping out all of them would truly make our kitchen more open. We haven’t looked back since! It lets so much more light in from our windows, which helps make the space feel so much bigger.” – Christina at Christina’s AdventuresSee more of Christina’s kitchen » Caught In GraceAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below3. It’s warm and welcoming to guests.”Open shelves invite visitors to feel at home and help themselves to whatever they need. They don’t have to ask where things are, or go rummaging through cabinets because it’s all in plain view.My hope is that when friends drop by, they will feel invited to grab a mug from our open coffee bar, pour a cup, sit down, and make themselves at home.” – Jaime at Caught in GraceSee more of Jaime’s kitchen » Pretty Handy GirlAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below
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Open Cabinet Kitchen

By Lauren Piro Feb 6, 2015 If you’re like us, you can’t escape the pretty pictures of kitchens with open shelving that pop up on your Pinterest page. The trendy look is serene, modern, and seems like a lovely way to display a matching dishware collection. But, is it really all that practical? We asked some of bloggers with open shelves why they went for a cabinet-free look. Dans Le LakehouseAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below1. Cabinets offer fixed space, but open shelves may increase your storage options.”We couldn’t stand the upper cabinets in our kitchen. People tend to see them as a cornucopia of storage, but they were actually quite awkward. One cabinet was a nightmare because I couldn’t quite reach around to get things in and out — I had to clamber up on the counter. The corner cabinets were too narrow for glasses to sit side-by-side. And the one above the stove was fake. Open shelving increased our storage, and created a space that felt a bit more modern and relaxed.” – Tanya at Dans le Lakehouse Most PopularSee more of Tanya’s kitchen » Christina’s Adventures2. It helps the space look bright and open.”Our kitchen was small, dark, and felt closed in with old ugly upper cabinets. We were originally planning on just tearing out one wall of cabinetry, but once we did, we realized that ripping out all of them would truly make our kitchen more open. We haven’t looked back since! It lets so much more light in from our windows, which helps make the space feel so much bigger.” – Christina at Christina’s AdventuresSee more of Christina’s kitchen » Caught In GraceAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below3. It’s warm and welcoming to guests.”Open shelves invite visitors to feel at home and help themselves to whatever they need. They don’t have to ask where things are, or go rummaging through cabinets because it’s all in plain view.My hope is that when friends drop by, they will feel invited to grab a mug from our open coffee bar, pour a cup, sit down, and make themselves at home.” – Jaime at Caught in GraceSee more of Jaime’s kitchen » Pretty Handy GirlAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below

Open Cabinet Kitchen

Open Cabinet Kitchen
Open Cabinet Kitchen

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