Kitchen Islands / August 10, 2018 / Paloma Myrick
Tall but slim cabinetry is also a good idea for tinier kitchens. If you have ample floor space and entertain frequently, consider including a butler’s pantry a utility area for preparing food and cleaning up.
As they are softer and more porous, not to mention stain and scratch faster. Cheaper cabinetry and hinges may save you money up front, but often incur higher maintenance costs in the long run.