Elizaveta Valeska. Kitchen Cabinet. May 02nd , 2017.
Built-In China Cabinet & Kitchen Island Seating
Storing fancy dishware is no issue in this luxurious kitchen. A built-in china cabinet stretches across one wall to provide ample storage for your glasses and formal dishes. The spacious island allows for five to dine comfortably.
Breakfast Room With Built-in China Cabinets
On either side of the doorway leading from the breakfast room to the family room, dark wood china cabinets fit snugly into their niche to keep the small space from being obstructive.
Formal Dining Room With Built-In China Cabinet
The glass encasement creates a perfect visual to show off the beautiful crystal collection while also adding elegance to the dining space. A neutral color palette keeps the room calm and comfortable, while glass fixtures add sleek elegance.
Built-In Stone China Cabinet
This stunning display cabinet adds definition to a large entertaining space that includes a kitchen and family room. Stone, wood and glass combine for an elegant focal point.
Built-In, Kid-Friendly China Cabinet
The upper interior of this built-in china cabinet was painted black to tie in the dining chairs in a 1950s bungalow. Keeping the space kid-friendly, toys and books are stowed below––an easy distraction for little dinner guests.
Traditional White Kitchen With Leaded Glass Cabinets
A built-in china cabinet with a dark stained wood countertop and backsplash serves a second purpose as a prep area. Leaded glass upper cabinets add character to this multi-purpose kitchen nook.
Transitional White Kitchen
Glass orb pendant lights hang from a skylight above a kitchen island with a marble countertop. White kitchen cabinets surround the island, as well as a gray, built-in china cabinet.
Transitional Kitchen With Skylight
Gray built-in china cabinets frame this kitchen's case opening. Classic crown molding brings sophistication to the space. Elegant, glass orb pendant lights dangle from the skylight over a butcher block prep area.
Traditional Breakfast Room Abounds in Architectural Detail
The intricate pattern on the drum shade pendant is repeated on the backs of upholstered dining chairs, while seats are swathed in the same green as the interior of two built-in china cabinets. The result is a perfectly pulled together space loaded with casual charm. Traditional architectural details include a paneled, beamed ceiling and transom windows.
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