kaboodle kitchen cabinets
Soft green Kaboodle Kitchen Kaleo cabinet fronts with an alpine profile combine with a hickory maple benchtop for a classic country palette drawn from nature.
kaboodle handles and knobs
Exposed wood beams, open wood shelving, woodgrain benchtops, and a recycled wood island create a rustic farmhouse feel. The matte black hardware enhances the wood texture. Kaboodle Kitchen’s cup handles and mushroom knobs are the stars here.
kaboodle kitchen planner
Bring in the expansive countryside with windows on either side of the range hood and a large window above the sink. When planning your kitchen, make sure you have as many windows as space allows, and plan your flow so there’s plenty of space between the kitchen island and surrounding cabinets and appliances. The large, airy space allows “many cooks in the kitchen” to work at once without getting in each other’s way.
furniture around windows
Dress up your windows with timeless ticking fabric blinds. This is the final finishing touch to the kitchen.
caboodle range hood cabinet
Hide the range hood with a cover painted to match the unit. A clever way to turn a practical kitchen appliance into a stylish talking point. Hang a dish rack under your range hood for easy access to frequently used dishes. Accessorize with wooden and black spoons and stirrers to match your color theme.
caboodle wall cabinet
If you don’t have space for a walk-in cavoodle pantry, you can create a convenient benchtop pantry for storing snacks, condiments, dishes, and glassware with a few tweaks to your flat-pack cabinets. In this kitchen, Kaboodle Kitchen wall cabinets are stacked directly on the benchtop, with another set stacked on top of it. Add a door to create a double-height pantry.
Choose a wood-like laminate to get the look of wood without the price tag. Here, Kaboodle Kitchen’s Hickory Maple Timber Laminate Benchtop showcases a beautiful wood style, but is a much more affordable option than its hardwood counterpart. Plus, it’s high quality, extremely durable, and easy to clean. – Exactly what a kitchen benchtop should be. Dot the benchtop with green leaves, cutting boards, and cookbooks to create a homey feel.
The homeowner created a custom-sized kickboard using lengths of dressed pine planks. A thin square timber trim was added to the bottom of the board and stained to match the color. Kbinge eating Benchtop and timber island.
For more inspiration, follow homeowner @provincialfarmtouch.
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