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Bathroom cabinets that will keep your bathroom neat and tidy | Most Searched Products

In a small bathroom, a bathroom cabinet becomes the most important storage unit and should be purchased thoughtfully. Keeping a bathroom clutter-free can feel like a task, so your storage must be concealed. Cabinets with a mirror front are excellent for this arrangement. Bathroom cabinets can come in multiple designs, ranging from wall mounted designs to freestanding styles that would work well for those blessed with larger bathrooms. Also, if you are replacing your old bathroom cabinet, make sure the new one coordinates with the other fixtures in your bathroom. To help you guide in the right direction, here’s what we recommend:


This bathroom cabinet has an elegant ivory finish that will match with most bathroom designs. This bathroom rack has been designed with ample storage space both inside and outside. The outer shelves on top and bottom can be used to place large-sized bottles of essentials. The inner racks

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Kitchen cabinets are costly. Don’t make them trendy

The latest colors and trends are tempting, but a kitchen should be timeless, says Barbara Miller, design director for the Neil Kelly design and remodeling company.

It’s expensive to remodel a kitchen, and cabinets can make up 30% of the costs, so make sure you or an owner five to 10 years in the future won’t think the look has gone out of style, she says.

A sure-fire solution: White cabinets.

Since Neil Kelly started remodeling homes in Portland in 1947, “we have never stopped selling white cabinets,” says Miller, referencing a statement made by owner Tom Kelly, whose father founded the company.

She says styles and hardware have changed, but white remains popular in the Pacific Northwest, as does wood-grain cabinets.

The easiest way to ensure a kitchen has a timeless feel is to match key elements with the architecture and era of the house: A Colonial Revival house

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How to create design contrast with two-tone kitchen cabinets



a kitchen with wooden cabinets and a mirror: How to create design contrast with two-tone kitchen cabinets


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How to create design contrast with two-tone kitchen cabinets


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Whether decorated with contemporary, clean-lined tables, antique Shaker-style cabinets, or the ever-sought-after subway tile backsplash, the all-white kitchen has been so popular for so long, it’s hard to imagine it ever going out of style.

However, this doesn’t mean other kitchen design trends have been waiting patiently in the wings. It’s 2020, and the moment for two-tone kitchen cabinets has arrived.

Not only has color—from black to blue, gray, and green—come back into the kitchen in a big way, but so have wood finishes.

If you’re entertaining a kitchen renovation, consider mixing and matching color and wood finishes in your cabinetry and other elements to give your kitchen the warmth and character it may be missing.

Allison

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