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Kitchen Design Ideas: Staggered Heights and Accent Doors

Window frames, like cabinets, have gotten away from certain basic colors. Window frames used to be just aluminum and white – now they’re available in lots of the same colors as IKEA’s cabinets. Here our designers aimed to tie the … Continue reading

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Common Kitchen Design Mistakes: Why Cabinets on the Counter are a Bad Idea When Close to the Stove

Forget the “3 R’s” from elementary school and remember the the “3 R’s” for the minimum cabinet space around the cooking area: Range Range Requirements. A minimum of 18” of free-space must separate the cooking heat and any adjoining cabinets. … Continue reading

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Maximize kitchen storage space with stacked cabinets

Stacked cabinets are a great way to take advantage of storage space in homes with high ceilings. First check to see the available height.  For ceiling heights of at least 97″, use 30″ and 15″ Akurum wall cabinets.  If there’s … Continue reading

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