Create a Buffet or Pantry with Customized Cabinets
In the kitchen pictured above, reduced-depth black Shaker-style cabinets are used to create a shallow pantry wall. Topped with crown molding, the pantry reflects the style of the original buffet in the adjacent dining space.
Modify depth of a section of cabinets for a truly unique effect or to solve a tricky problem. Our designers increase and decrease cabinet depth to create buffets and bureaus, line awkward spaces with shallow pantries, present a smooth line on an irregular wall, or break a horizontal line to add visual interest.
In this charming transitional design, a drawer base is bumped out three inches and finished with furniture feet at the toekick. The effect, that of a bureau, is enhanced by the accent rug on the hardwood floor.
Here the designer bumped out the center unit in a section of glass-door wall cabinets, creating a sparkling buffet.
By working with a semi-custom cabinet line, you can get the custom features you want while keeping your total cabinet cost at a reasonable level. One of our professional designers would be happy to help you create a unique kitchen plan. We never charge for kitchen design services.