Designing the perfect kitchen cabinets
Kitchen cabinets have come a long way in design and innovation, and these days they are fully customizable. You can get cabinets with the usual solid wood doors, or you can have them accented with glass for a more elegant look. You can even purchase covers to hide larger appliances and you can even have appliances built into your kitchen cabinets – it all depends on your custom kitchen plans.
Innovative Kitchen Cabinet Designs
Kitchen cabinets are now being designed to include a few hidden features, such as refrigerator/freezer drawers. These drawers look like any other cabinet drawer, but when pulled out they reveal deep appliance drawers. Custom kitchen cabinets can also hide refrigerators, dishwashers and many other kitchen appliances. When designing these cabinets, you can select appliance faceplates to match. This will give the kitchen a finished look, and it also makes for a great option if your appliances aren't exactly the most attractive. Another thing to consider is adding a kitchen cupboard to store various other household items.
Getting a Good Deal
If you're looking for some discount kitchen cabinet designs, there are a few options:
- Companies often discontinue designs to make room for new ones. This is a wonderful way for you to save money, because those discontinued older designs are often sold at a discount, by hundreds or even thousands of dollars. If you like one of these designs, why not take advantage of a good deal while it's available?
- Another way you can save money is to consider buying damaged cabinets. The damage may be something as simple as a scratch, so it can easily be fixed with a furniture marker. If you're willing to do a bit of work, you could save a lot of money.
- You could also consider using your very own design – simple designs can easily be carved into standard cabinet doors with a router. Not only does this save you money, but it allows you to create a truly one-of-a-kind design. If you want to save even more, purchase unstained cabinets and stain them yourself after carving the design.
Written by Amy Brantley