Need Kitchen Storage? Contemplate Hutch-Style Cabinets
Hutch-style cabinets are enjoying a comeback as homeowners look for methods to add furniture design to their kitchens. A hutch is technically described as shelving or cabinet set in addition to a base cabinet with a countertop in between. Recently we’re seeing hutches interpreted to meet the growing storage needs of a kitchen. When thinking of a duplex, only remember to not sacrifice a lot of counter space. Here’s a look at a few kitchen layouts that successfully integrate this notion, in both built in and stand bits.
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
Symmetry is often a hallmark trait of hutch-style cabinets. Here there are two cabinets with doors of equal size with a single drawer under. Hutch-style cabinets often look best as a flush inset construction, where you see the face frame around the doors as shown here. These are composed of quite clean and simple shaker doors inside simple legged cabinets and very little embellishment. Even though these cabinets are framed, the hinges are hidden.
All these hutches can also be framed inset with hidden hinges, but have the added embellishments of glass shelves and cupboard lighting. Another typical hallmark of this hutch cupboard is that it is often seen at the end of a run of cabinets — that helps to define the end of the kitchen along with the start of new room.
This hutch has exposed hinges, divided lights inside the glass doors, but no bottom drawers. There are not any rules about how to style your hutch cupboard — it is about what makes sense for the type of storage you need and the look you desire.
Oakley Home Builders
The exceptional X-style mullions in this hutch style cupboard gives it the look of a cabinet we’d typically see in a dining area or library. Complete with base drawers, exposed hinges and flush inset construction design, it is a classic design.
Modern and clean, this hutch adds a bunch of storage to this kitchen. Space which may have been wasted as a backsplash now provides ample storage for glassware and dishes. Provided that you have enough counter space in which you require it, a home is worth the sacrifice.
by Shannon Cabinetry
This hutch has more of a vintage butler’s pantry vibe. Contrary to the previous examples I’ve shown you, the timber with this model extends round the counter top part, making it seem more like one solid furniture piece.
Studio S Squared Architecture, Inc..
Another design movement gaining popularity is flanking a opening or pass-through using two hutches. Frequently this design incorporates cabinets across the top of the opening, connecting the pair of hutch cabinets.
Signature Design & Cabinetry LLC
Whenever you have loads of counter space, there’s nothing wrong with sacrificing a few it to get a hutch cupboard. Along with providing extra storage room, cabinets that operate to the countertop include a more finished, formal look to the kitchen.
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If you are not on the market for a kitchen remodel, you can change the look up and add storage using a freestanding vintage hutch. It can slide right into a little unused space in your kitchen or dining area.
Vintage hutches come in a lot of shapes and styles, so it is only an issue of getting the patience and time to enjoy the hunt for one that suits your area and matches your preference.
Pacifica Buffet/Hutch Top – $2,398
If you don’t have the patience, then there are plenty of new hutch options available on the current market, from farmhouse contemporary to vintage French country styles.
Zentique Brian Cabinet – $3,360
You can use your hutch cabinet to store and display dishes, glassware, barware, cookbooks or all of the above. Adding a freestanding hutch can add a lot of character to your kitchen. Don’t feel as if you need to match your cabinets — mix this up a bit!
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