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Divine Kitchens LLCContemporary Kitchen, Boston

Example of a huge trendy u-shaped dark wood floor eat-in kitchen design in Boston with open cabinets, dark wood cabinets, concrete countertops, stainless steel appliances, an undermount sink and an island —  Houzz
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Heather Jones wrote:Dec 9, 2011
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    Highlands Studio
    Depending on where you are at, try Rona, Home Depot or Lowes, they could order what you want from Richelieu.
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    Holgan Land Surveying, PC
    thank you so much!
Jan Cooper-Nadav wrote:Oct 18, 2011
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    Divine Design+Build
    It is glass mosaic.
  • rawdmd
    Is this glass mosaic tile expensive?
Shannon Cunniff wrote:Sep 3, 2012
  • Carlo Leuterio
    i would like to know what those hinges used for the microwave cabinet called
  • Brenda Abramson

    the problem with the hinges on the microwave cab pull up door - they are "air" pump hinges and more often than not, they don't work and have to be replaced - I have had to do this 2x already and it is a pain! Google "cabinet air hinges". I found replacement parts at a company called Stabilus Lift-o-mat (www.stabilus.com) Hope this helps!

S P B wrote:Jan 29, 2012
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    Divine Design+Build
    they were designed and made to fit that space
  • dmullinsvanstone
    You can buy any floating shelves from Ikea and lowes ronas you name it and they have them in different colors to match your decor
loraleepauls wrote:Jul 1, 2013
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    Granite Grannies
    The tracks are probably on the actual cabinet itself at the bottom of top of the opening. You typically wouldn't fasten the track to the granite.
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    Divine Design+Build
    Hello, if you look closer the track for the doors are on the cabinets it self . please show him the picture
kfmeyn wrote:Mar 22, 2013
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    Divine Design+Build
    this is cherry wood with custom stain , the hardware from Blum.
nycjfe wrote:Oct 1, 2012
wags2113 wrote:Jan 27, 2012
Rebellious Raven wrote:Dec 22, 2011
Alison McCormick wrote:Aug 14, 2011

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Barbra Bright Design added this to Details That Count: 17 Designer Tips for a Great KitchenMay 11, 2017

10. Conceal the microwave. Microwaves are still an integral part of most kitchens for reheating beverages and leftovers. Most clients prefer them out of sight rather than occupying valuable counter space. One option is to keep them hidden in a wall cabinet with a lift-up door, as shown in this photo.

Scheer & Co. Interior Design added this to Kitchen Storage Solutions Hide and KeepMar 25, 2012

Pull-up doors are especially useful in places where open doors sticking into a space could get in the way of a passerby.

Debbie Snider added this to Your Kitchen: Great Backsplashes For Wood CabinetsAug 27, 2011

Blue-gray glass tile is simple and modern.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

shipranaidu added this to shipranaidu's ideasMay 20, 2019

Conceal the microwave and it doesn’t occupy place in counter top

Linda Aaron added this to Wellington remodelMay 18, 2019

Microwave in cabinet with lift up door

eviefenn added this to Somerset KitchenMay 18, 2019

would we be better off going with this type of a cabinet for the microwave oven? P: better than swing-open doors

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