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Chicken wire door inserts add texture to traditional cabinet doors and keep this substantial built-in hutch from looking like a solid mass. The subtle door detail gives display storage more personality.
Strong and durable bamboo cabinets house appliances in this streamlined kitchen corner. Underneath, inset pulls are set flush with the cabinet doors to retain a sleek look. The striations of the wood grain dress up the minimalist doors, while still keeping in step with the kitchen's modern aesthetic.
Detailed millwork decorates the cabinet doors in this sophisticated butler's pantry. 3-D diamonds adorn base cabinetry while an X-motif adds extra ornamentation to glass-front upper cabinets.
In a clever turn, the base drawers in this storage-savvy kitchen are actually file cabinets designed for office supplies. Overhead, translucent glass keeps darker wood cabinets from closing in the kitchen and eases the transition from natural wood to painted cabinet fronts below.
A piece of fabric inspired the unique fretwork pattern carved into these custom cabinet doors. While custom cabinets are expensive, they can offer a one-of-a-kind look. Embellish clean-lined cabinet doors such as recessed-panel, Shaker-style, or flat-front contemporary panels with molding for a custom look for less.
Detailed moldings and trimwork highlight the furniturelike design of these intricate cabinet doors. A mix of open shelves and white glass-front doors are finished with a gray glaze to add depth to the details and help draw attention to elegant china displayed inside.
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Enlist the help of a woodworking craftsman to embellish cabinet doors with handiwork. These scrollwork cutout patterns add Scandinavian style to this country home.
No cabinet door slamming here. Flip-up cabinet doors with pneumatic hinges ensure smooth, quiet operation. The black glass doors contrast with wood cabinets while hiding contents from view.
A built-in glass cabinet that faces the dining room makes a space-saving alternative to a freestanding china hutch. The cabinet stretches from peninsula to ceiling with two doors to accommodate accessories in a variety of sizes.