Ridge HomeContemporary Kitchen, Calgary
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6. Invest in hardware. If you want fewer fingerprints and less wear and tear on your door fronts, purchase door pulls and knobs for all of your cabinets. They help preserve the integrity of your cabinets’ surfaces.Steer clear of stainless steel and chrome hardware. They show fingerprints and water spots and are harder to clean. Oil-rubbed bronze, satin bronze, polished nickel, brushed nickel and white hardware are the cream of the crop as far as easy maintenance goes. Choose the look that best suits the style of your kitchen.
Popular kitchens, like this one in Calgary, Alberta, tended to stick to neutral palettes in 2012. Shaker cabinetry was king in the kitchen and often came with specialized built-ins to keep awkward essentials (like spatulas and baking pans) neat and tidy.