Create Furniture Styling with Semi-Custom Cabinets
Island trimmed with ogee at the toekick and decorative end panels for furniture look
Today’s lifestyle calls for an open floor plan. When the walls come down, however, a designer is challenged to create graceful transitions across food prep, dining and living areas. The answer? Built-in furniture-style cabinet features.
A graceful transition between cooking and living areas, this furniture-style kitchen island includes a bookcase. The island is built with maple semi-custom cabinets in a traditional raised-panel door style. The constrast in style and finish with the kitchen perimeter establishes the furniture effect, enhanced by solid hardwood shelf supports, ogee molding in the toekick area, a valance and decorative end panels.
The Shaker-style perimeter cabinets also include furniture features, a bumped-out cooking center with spice drawers and furniture feet and, across the room, bumped-out base and wall cabinets in a built-in buffet.
In the computer rendering above, designer AJ Johnson created a buffet and boot bench from semi-custom cabinets. The design gracefully incorporates the original buffet, built by the homeowner’s father.
Crisp and contemporary, this desk hutch is constructed with stacked knee drawers and glass-door cabinets on either side, joined by a graceful valance.
Do you want a unique built-in feature, or a design that pulls several spaces together? Our designers love challenges. Give us a call at 888-350-1242 and see how a creative design and semi-custom cabinets can make your dream kitchen a reality.