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IRREGULAR & MIX KITCHEN CABINET
Posted By: holikehome
Date: Mon, 17 Jan 2022
To meet more requirements of the current market, Holike specially develops some models for irregular shaped kitchens and mixed kitchen cabinet styles. We do customization for Irregular shaped kitchens, such as arc angle, etc. Assisting you in maximizing the use of kitchen space and enhancing exquisiteness and originality is our aim.
Mixing Old and New Kitchen Cabinets
Mixed kitchen cabinet styles may be not an official art but it should be. You need great taste and patience, or best guidance at least! The most simple and efficient way to mixing kitchen cabinet styles is to pick one style, such as traditional raised panel cabinetry, and two colors like mixing dark and light kitchen cabinets. It's not easy to make sure new cabinets will match the old cabinets, or that the new cabinets will match the rest of your kitchen.
Another great way to mix old and new kitchen cabinets is with paint, which depends on the type of paint you will use and if the cabinets will be high-gloss, matte finish, or a distressed appearance. You will then paint the top and bottom cabinets with different colors.
Advantages of Irregular Shaped Kitchen and Mixing Kitchen Cabinets Styles
As for the program of new house, major person would put the design points in the kitchen first, decorate to detail from integral layout. But during the planning process, due to the limited kitchen space, irregular shaped kitchen and mixing kitchen cabinet styles play an important role in kitchen design.
Mixing kitchen cabinet styles could increase space utilization.
Not only mixing kitchen cabinet styles increase storage and working space, but it also creates a clean and tidy look.
Holike is a custom furniture manufacturers, we provide home design furniture, chinese furniture wholesale and etc. Guangzhou Holike Creative Home Co Ltd will always insist on our originality to create sweet and comfortable life and make sure that all the furniture is unique. We always believe that: home, is an artwork of life.
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