Coffee Zone Traditional Kitchen, Atlanta
Example of a classic kitchen design in Atlanta with glass-front cabinets, white cabinets, beige backsplash and travertine backsplash — Houzz
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This soft green-blue cabinet is where Renewal Design-Build placed the coffee and tea station for the family. A small nook built into the cabinetry keeps it out of the way from the kitchen's main prep and cooking areas. The homeowner's art, furniture and china helped determine this soft shade of green, which keeps the kitchen's otherwise gray palette from feeling too cold. Paint: Warm Springs, Benjamin Moore
Charmean Neithart Interiors added this to
How about a coffee corner? Coffee, mugs and creamer all complete this vintage-inspired prep station. Notice how the painted backs of the cabinets highlight the coffee service items.
Lisa Frederick added this to
TransparentGood for: All kitchens, all styles. Plain, transparent glass is a classic, fail-safe choice, as well as the most widely available. Select a tempered style to guard against breakage. You can either use single flat panels, as in this kitchen, or go with decorative mullions to enhance your kitchen's design.
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Have a cabinet and a window meet. This is an example of smart kitchen planning; the glass-front cabinets nestle into the narrow space between the window and the adjacent wall. Make sure you are leaving enough clearance for the cabinet door to open at least 90 degrees; factor in protruding knobs, moldings and windowsills.
Ivon Street Studio added this to
PaintThese glass-front cabinets with mint paint at the back make for a sweet kitchen feature. If you don't have any glass-front cabinets, you could have a pair or two made. Alternatively, you could just remove the doors from one of your upper cabinets boxes and paint the back for a special display.
Kathryn Peltier Design added this to
Subtler than a colorful exterior, a lovely eye-catching color on the inside of a glass-front cabinet is a time-honored way to jazz up white cabinets.Think about what will be on display. When choosing the color for the insides of glass-front cabinets, consider not only how it will fit with the entire room, but also how it will work with the items you plan to display. In this kitchen the pale green interior complements the garden-themed dishes.
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Shelves can be installed fixed, or they can be adjustable, with pegs that fit into rows of holes on each side of the cabinet. While shelves are typically made from the same material or wood species as the rest of the cabinet box, an exception would be if the cabinet has a glass front or the shelves themselves are glass. When the interior of the cabinet is visible, making the shelves and box interior the same wood species as the face, or painting it the same color, is a common practice.