Iredell - Studio CityTraditional Kitchen, Los Angeles
Design and Built by Tal Naor and Thea segal ,Interior Design and decorating Thea segal, Thea home. inc.
Photos by dana Miller
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Barn-door cabinets. Does your family have a cabinet-door-closing problem? If you are tired of walking into the kitchen to see every single cabinet door flung wide open, perhaps it’s time to ditch the doors. Barn-style sliding doors are the perfect compromise between traditional doors and open shelving — they let you hide the mess but leave some things open and airy. And no one will ever forget to close the doors again.
4. Sliding chalkboard panel. Who doesn’t love a good barn door? In the kitchen, sliding barn doors allow you to choose what to hide and what to reveal — and they are perfect for small spaces, where cabinet doors swinging open can cause traffic jams. Make yours even better by incorporating a chalkboard panel on which you can write messages and grocery lists.