By admin. Kitchen. Saturday, December 09th 2017, 20:39:21 PM.
By incorporating some glass‐fronted kitchen storage, it‘s possible to add display space as well as another design element into the kitchen. The look can be modern or retro and the glass can be clear or frosted, depending upon the desired result. Scavolini‘s design uses some old‐style glass cabinets to dress up the space while incorporating kitchen storage.
As always, mixing and matching types of kitchen storage is also an option. Today‘s kitchen designs can include storage that is closed, some that is open, along with added specialized units, all in combinations that suit the way you live. The open units at the end serve as display space, the center wine rack is a special feature that some homeowners will love, and the cabinets include standard doors as well as frosted glass. It‘s the best of all worlds in a casual and functional space that includes multiple types of kitchen storage.
The flexibility and versatility of the design allows it to fit a variety of spaces and styles. What‘s also interesting is the attention to details such as the fact that the grooves between the modules can double as storage or additional surfaces, maximizing the unit‘s space‐efficiency. Each module includes a working area, an upper shelf, a middle storage area and a lower shelf.