New cabinet solutions in a variety of materials and finishes to suit any setting from contemporary and casual to sleek and luxe
Contemporary-Style Kitchen Cabinets
Ernestomeda says its Soul kitchen (shown, above) offers a wide selection of materials and design solutions to simplify kitchen tasks, such as trays that collect water from dish/cutlery drainers and connect to the sink by a channeled base. The In Line wall unit’s door opening/closing system is completely concealed in the lateral sides, and buyers have a choice of handles, including the metal Tag Filter Handle, which integrates ventilation into its design.
Transitional Modern Cabinet Design
Arya, by new-to-the-U.S. Turkish brand Lineadecor, is available in a variety of colors and has doors and drawers that feature a flat-panel design. Wall units are available with glass and wire. Open shelves are optional.
Shiplap-Style Cabinet Doors
Dura Supreme Cabinetry says one of its new cabinet lines draws inspiration from the popularity of shiplap wall cladding and siding. The introductions include V-Groove Ends, V-Groove Backs, and V-Groove Panels that coordinate with the new Carson V-Groove door style. These options provide numerous opportunities for designers to incorporate shiplap into their projects. Carson V-Groove (shown here in a painted finish) is a Shaker-style door with a beveled inside-edge profile.
Flexible Cabinet System
Shape, by the Italian brand Poliform, is a new modern cabinet line designed to help the kitchen merge with adjacent living spaces. The line’s panel system conceals vertical and under-counter appliances, including refrigerators, wine coolers, and beverage centers. Stainless steel and glass hood modules can be equipped with a range of functional options, such as lighting, spice racks, and heat lights, while island configurations can be specified with Poliform’s Floating Peninsula, the brand’s first cooktop without base cabinet support.
Smooth Look Cabinets
The Merillat Masterpiece Collection features mortise-and-tenon construction, dovetail drawers, and full-extension soft-close hardware with a range of paint, stain, and expanded wood options. EverCore doors and drawer fronts made from mechanically super-compressed wood fibers react less to temperature and humidity and have no grain, the company says, providing a smooth painted finish. (Coleson Lagoon Maple and Moonshine Maple are shown.)
Early Modern Cabinet Door Style
The Exeter cabinet door style from Rutt Handcrafted Cabinetry draws from the work of early modernist Sir Edwin Lutyens. At 1 1/4 inches thick, the cabinet doors are hefty, to accommodate the vertical and horizontal banding that lends the recessed panel fronts dimension and depth. Decorative molding, leg and edge details, as well as strategically placed solid-brass pulls further distinguish the design.
Open System Kitchen Cabinet Concept
Launched in 2000, Poggenpohl’s +Segmento kitchen cabinet concept features a simple design that includes thin worktops, handleless cabinet fronts, and a customizable back wall. The updated +Segmento offers black, white, or gray matte finishes and expansive storage solutions to hide appliances. A channel system creates the illusion that the 14-millimeter counter floats effortlessly while offering a fingerhold to open handless doors.
Raised-Panel Cabinet Doors
The Alexandria Raised and Alexandria Recessed doors by Wood-Mode Fine Custom Cabinetry incorporates a 1-inch-thick cabinet front. Doors feature mortise-and-tenon construction, floating panels, and a rubbed finish. (Raised version in Antique Leather finish on walnut is shown.)
Classic Contemporary Kitchen Cabinets
Wellborn Cabinet’s Classic Contemporary kitchen embraces the latest in technology, materials, and trends, such as Push to Open and Touch to Open doors and drawers, the company says. The product line features spice and corner pull-outs, drawer inserts, a deluxe under-sink caddy pull-out, and open shelving. (Bel-Air with Husk Alder finish and Midtown in High Gloss Moonlight finish door styles are shown.)
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