For a truly modern design with super clean lines, consider floating shelves. What this entails is having the outer "shell" of the cabinet removed and simply having shelves. Floating shelves will easily add straight lines that look stunning with any other décor in the contemporary realm. Many homeowners love this on the upper part of the kitchen, and then pair them with enclosed kitchen cabinets on the lower part. Not every pair of tongs and dish should be displayed so this gives them a place to hide those things.
With all those choices at your disposal, it's important to do your homework before buying what's often one of the costliest components in a new or remodeled kitchen design. Cabinets should be both timeless in their appeal and durable enough to last for decades.
The inside of your kitchen cabinet boxes are as important as the outside. Check each cabinet box thoroughly. You will want to do this carefully because poorly made cabinets will have sharp edges, and you could end up getting hurt. The inside of the cabinet has to feel as smooth as the front. It shouldn't be rough or raw looking. While you're looking inside the cabinets, check the shelves. You want three-quarter-inch plywood shelves; lesser-quality five-eighths or half-inch particle board shelves may sag under the weight of heavy dishes and cans. Always ask your kitchen cabinet manufacture if they use quality domestic plywood, normally this is industry standard.
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