Inspiration gallery: handleless kitchens

Are you looking to declutter your life? Have a space that’s minimal, chic and unfussy? (Basically the total opposite of my kitchen right now). Then look no further than handleless kitchen cabinets for your next redesign.

So what’s so special about handleless kitchen cabinets, I hear you ask? Well, with a flat panel with no external fitting to open them, these doors are the cornerstone of modern design.

Perfect if your preferred style is beautifully understated, handleless furniture is the perfect solution offering a seamless look which suits virtually any interior. These styles also work well in open-plan schemes as the streamlined look – without handle details that could interfere with other furniture – allows a smooth transition into the dining and living spaces.

But the visually striking designs, which come in a plethora of finishes, colours, and sizes, also offer many practical benefits. Oh yes indeed!

The clean lines make efficient use of space, with handleless kitchen cabinets taking up less room than those with. Plus, seamless door fronts create a linear impression, with nowhere for dirt to gather and push-to-open mechanisms making domestic life easier.

handleless kitchen cabinets

Roundhouse Urbo and Metro matt lacquer and matt sanded copper bespoke kitchen in Paint & Paper Library’s Squid Ink with metalwrapped matt sanded copper and polished Neolith Calacatta worktops.

handleless kitchen cabinets

Crown Imperial Meteor furniture starts from £10,000.

handleless kitchen cabinets

This Eggersmann kitchen features a large island and long run of wall units – all without handles – for a super slick finish.

handleless kitchen cabinets

For this Pluck kitchen, the homeowners have used different finishes for their cabinets, and instead of including handles, used cutouts to open the doors instead.

handleless kitchen cabinets

Handleless kitchen cabinets in this design by Connaught Kitchens run all the way to the ceiling offering lots of storage and making the most of the room’s scale.

handleless kitchen cabinets

The crisp linear design of this Alno by Halcyon Star Fine Graphite matt lacquer and Star Dur Lava Grey textured laminate cabinetry is so sleek. Prices for Alno by Halcyon kitchens start from £30,000.

handleless kitchen cabinets

This Rational Puro kitchen with laminate wood repro was designed by Kitchen Co-ordination, where kitchen prices start from around £15,000.

handleless kitchen cabinets

This kitchen extension by Simply Extend has clean lines, a linear layout, and handleless kitchen cabinets plus easy access to the rear garden. Projects by Simply Extend are priced from £62,400.

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But if you don’t want push-to-open doors, add grooves in the same colour as the kitchen doors. You can also choose a different finish to create a contrast and add interest.

They’re also child friendly because the little ones won’t be catching themselves on any sharp handle corners.

Want something a little different? Metal designs can create a contemporary feel and integrate well with stainlesss teel finishes on appliances, sinks, and taps.

Use completely integrated appliances to continue the fuss-free appearance, and keep the work surfaces clear of mixers, tools, and other countertop helpers.

Featured image: Make space for all of your appliances and cookware to help maintain that unfussy feel, such as in this scheme using Modulnova’s Skill cabinetry. Kitchens from Designspace London with sufficient storage start from £25,000

Post updated on: 20/08/2020 

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