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Stack the Style in Your Kitchen

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There is a new trend for wall cabinets that has been gaining popularity; stacked kitchen cabinets are sought after by designers and home owners alike.  Individuals find themselves shying away from the standard wall cabinets and opting for two in their place.  This subtle substitution adds depth and variety to the kitchen.

Stacked kitchen cabinets are perfect for breaking up the over all look of the kitchen.  From a design standpoint, replacing one wall cabinet with two shorter cabinets can make a huge difference.  This simple variation can open up a number of doors.  You can either use two cabinets with wood doors, one cabinet with wood doors and one cabinet with glass doors, or both cabinets with glass doors.  If you choose to go with the glass doors, you can create a display center for your fine china or favorite dinnerware.  Certain manufacturers offer these cabinets with lift up doors which is a more modern take on cabinetry.  To enhance that look even further opt for glass doors when stacking lift door cabinets to give you a sleek contemporary look.

You can even make your room symmetrical by placing two sets of stacked cabinets in opposing areas.  For example, framing the range hood or window with stacked cabinets on either side is a great way to incorporate this design trend.  Many times a valence is placed to bridge the two sections together.  This style of  kitchen design is perfect to turn an ordinary design into the focal point of your kitchen that will have your neighbors talking.

Another reason so many people are all about this alternative is because it can help keep things in order.  Sometimes it is easier to have a cabinet for a specific item.  Replacing one cabinet with two may mean that now the Tubberware and coffee mugs are in their own cabinets.  Additionally, utilizing glass doors and interior cabinet lightning, the stack cabinets are perfect for displaying fine china.

This design trend is excellent to create a unique kitchen design, especially for home owners looking to quickly change the overall appeal of their kitchen.  You can simply replace existing cabinets from a specific area with stacked cabinets, and your kitchen will immediately look different.

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Good job! I am really glad I read this post. Nice post.

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