By Florine Claudine. Kitchen. Published at Friday, April 20th, 2018 - 05:28:30 AM.
n the past, lighting the interior of a wall cabinet meant that each shelf had to be glass. The light source came from the top of the cabinet and needed to penetrate the shelves to illuminate those below. The farther away from the light source, the dimmer the shelf.
For cabinetry, Blum soft-closing systems were used throughout, and adjustable inner-drawer systems were also added to create easy access to deep storage space. Long banks of soft-closing drawers were included to create a modern look with clean lines. All cabinetry is finished with an Ultra Glaze Gloss in Arctic Ice, a glass-edged profile providing a dramatic contrast with the Raven Caesarstone benchtop with waterfall ends.
Placement of appliances, use of hardware and location of light sources all contributed to accomplish the desired outcome – an attractive kitchen that is highly functional and practical.
This architecturally designed kitchen was a collaboration between Carpentech and the home builder, Eco-Logical Building, to create a compact kitchen that offers easy access to the most-used features.
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