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Kitchen Cabinet Hutch

Hutch-style cabinets are enjoying a comeback as homeowners look for ways to add furniture style to their kitchens. A hutch is technically described as cabinet or shelving set on top of a base cabinet with a countertop in between. Lately we are seeing hutches interpreted to meet the growing storage needs of a kitchen. When considering a hutch, just remember not to sacrifice too much counter space. Here’s a look at some kitchen layouts that successfully integrate this idea, in both built-in and standalone pieces.
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Kitchen Cabinet Hutch

Candelabra 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 ton of character to your kitchen. Don’t feel like you have to match your cabinets — mix it up a bit!More:12 Great Ideas for Storage in Your Kitchen7 Ways to Make Your Glass Cabinets ShineThe Modern Butler’s Pantry
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Kitchen Cabinet Hutch

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 ton of character to your kitchen. Don’t feel like you have to match your cabinets — mix it up a bit!More:12 Great Ideas for Storage in Your Kitchen7 Ways to Make Your Glass Cabinets ShineThe Modern Butler’s Pantry
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Kitchen Cabinet Hutch

Sideboards and buffet cabinets are chic and efficient ways to store kitchen, dining and living room accessories ranging from table linens to board games. You’ll find sideboard styles and buffet table sizes to fit just about any space, so here are a few things to consider when deciding on what sort of sideboard buffet or kitchen hutch is right for you. What Is a Sideboard? Sideboards, also called buffets, are traditionally flat-topped pieces of furniture with cabinets, shelves or cupboards. Typically placed along walls in dining rooms, they can be used as a place to set food for serving and for storing linens, china and other serving supplies. Using Your Buffet Sideboard Are you using your sideboard cabinet primarily for decoration, or do you desperately need the storage? Do you want a large surface area for serving meals, or do you plan to use the piece to display your home bar? Some buffet cabinets also come available with a hutch where you can show off your fine china or hold your everyday wares. Your intended use will determine the size and features you need in a buffet server. Sideboard Table Styles Although considered a fairly traditional piece of furniture, sideboards are available in an array of styles. White buffet furniture can complement country chic decor, while a rustic sideboard will fit right in with a more industrial space. For a contemporary home, opt for modern sideboards, or choose a dark wood buffet in a classic shape for a formal dining room.
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Kitchen Cabinet Hutch

Shop for Stylish Sideboards and Buffets Sideboards and buffet cabinets are chic and efficient ways to store kitchen, dining and living room accessories ranging from table linens to board games. You’ll find sideboard styles and buffet table sizes to fit just about any space, so here are a few things to consider when deciding on what sort of sideboard buffet or kitchen hutch is right for you. What Is a Sideboard? Sideboards, also called buffets, are traditionally flat-topped pieces of furniture with cabinets, shelves or cupboards. Typically placed along walls in dining rooms, they can be used as a place to set food for serving and for storing linens, china and other serving supplies. Using Your Buffet Sideboard Are you using your sideboard cabinet primarily for decoration, or do you desperately need the storage? Do you want a large surface area for serving meals, or do you plan to use the piece to display your home bar? Some buffet cabinets also come available with a hutch where you can show off your fine china or hold your everyday wares. Your intended use will determine the size and features you need in a buffet server. Sideboard Table Styles Although considered a fairly traditional piece of furniture, sideboards are available in an array of styles. White buffet furniture can complement country chic decor, while a rustic sideboard will fit right in with a more industrial space. For a contemporary home, opt for modern sideboards, or choose a dark wood buffet in a classic shape for a formal dining room. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet Consectetur adipiscing elit Eget porttitor lorem Read more
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Kitchen Cabinet Hutch

Shop for Stylish Sideboards and Buffets Sideboards and buffet cabinets are chic and efficient ways to store kitchen, dining and living room accessories ranging from table linens to board games. You’ll find sideboard styles and buffet table sizes to fit just about any space, so here are a few things to consider when deciding on what sort of sideboard buffet or kitchen hutch is right for you. What Is a Sideboard? Sideboards, also called buffets, are traditionally flat-topped pieces of furniture with cabinets, shelves or cupboards. Typically placed along walls in dining rooms, they can be used as a place to set food for serving and for storing linens, china and other serving supplies. Using Your Buffet Sideboard Are you using your sideboard cabinet primarily for decoration, or do you desperately need the storage? Do you want a large surface area for serving meals, or do you plan to use the piece to display your home bar? Some buffet cabinets also come available with a hutch where you can show off your fine china or hold your everyday wares. Your intended use will determine the size and features you need in a buffet server. Sideboard Table Styles Although considered a fairly traditional piece of furniture, sideboards are available in an array of styles. White buffet furniture can complement country chic decor, while a rustic sideboard will fit right in with a more industrial space. For a contemporary home, opt for modern sideboards, or choose a dark wood buffet in a classic shape for a formal dining room. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet Consectetur adipiscing elit Eget porttitor lorem
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Kitchen Cabinet Hutch

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 ton of character to your kitchen. Don’t feel like you have to match your cabinets — mix it up a bit!More:12 Great Ideas for Storage in Your Kitchen7 Ways to Make Your Glass Cabinets ShineThe Modern Butler’s Pantry
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Kitchen Cabinet Hutch

Summerour Architects This hutch has exposed hinges, divided lights within the glass doors, but no bottom drawers. There aren’t any rules about how to design your hutch cabinet — it’s about what makes sense for the type of storage you need and the look you want.

This hutch has exposed hinges, divided lights within the glass doors, but no bottom drawers. There aren’t any rules about how to design your hutch cabinet — it’s about what makes sense for the type of storage you need and the look you want.
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Shannon Cabinetry Modern and clean, this hutch adds a ton of storage to this kitchen. Space that might have been wasted as a backsplash now provides ample storage for glassware and dishes. As long as you have enough counter space where you need it, a hutch is well worth the sacrifice.by Shannon Cabinetry
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Modern and clean, this hutch adds a ton of storage to this kitchen. Space that might have been wasted as a backsplash now provides ample storage for glassware and dishes. As long as you have enough counter space where you need it, a hutch is well worth the sacrifice.by Shannon Cabinetry
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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 below. 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 very clean and simple shaker doors within square inset framed cabinets and very little embellishment. Even though these cabinets are framed, the hinges are concealed.
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Symmetry is often a hallmark trait of hutch-style cabinets. Here there are two cabinets with doors of equal size with a single drawer below. 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 very clean and simple shaker doors within square inset framed cabinets and very little embellishment. Even though these cabinets are framed, the hinges are concealed.
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Stonewood, LLC These hutches are also framed inset with concealed hinges, but have the added embellishments of glass shelves and cabinet lighting. Another typical hallmark of the hutch cabinet is that it’s often seen at the end of a run of cabinets — this helps to define the end of the kitchen and the start of new space.
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Oakley Home Builders The unique X-style mullions in this hutch style cabinet gives it the look of a cabinet we’d typically see in a dining room or library. Complete with bottom drawers, exposed hinges and flush inset construction style, it’s a classic design.

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