Inspiration gallery: slab-style kitchen cabinets

Kitchen cabinets

Are you the type of person that likes lots of choices in life? I know I am – (although if I’m given too many options, I have been know to have a mild panic and end up not picking anything at all.) If you are, then slab-style kitchen cabinets could be perfect for you.

Being both modern and simplistic, this slab-style kitchen cabinets feature a flat panel with a handle, making it incredibly versatile. It offers nearly an endless array of designs, which are the “ultimate choice” for a contemporary kitchen – win win, right?

These styles come in a variety of colours, shapes, sizes, and finishes – from high gloss and metallic to matte – and can be paired with any of the thousands of handles on the market. (So you really do have to be someone who likes a lot of choice!)

This can help define your own unique design, whether you choose chunky cross-knurl T bars or more classic pull cups.

These kitchen cabinets can also help create an unfussy, uncluttered look and work with any style of property – plus these doors are easy to clean, too.

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White cabinetry acts as a blank canvas to the range cooker in a bold rust tone. Neptune’s Limehouse kitchens start from £12,000.

A concrete worktop and splashback give this slab kitchen by Day True an industrial feel.

This simple kitchen is painted in Benjamin Moore’s First Light paint.

Mix and match for an individual look. Designers at The Main Company helped the owners of this house create their perfect kitchen using slab doors in different materials.

This client wanted a kitchen that would be timeless and iconic. Alex Saint at Kitchen Architecture’s Cheshire showroom felt the Bulthaup b3 system, with its minimal understated aesthetic, enhances rather than competes with both the cottage’s period features and the glass extension, so was the ideal fit. Kitchens from Kitchen Architecture start from £50,000.

Designed in conjunction with chef Carlo Cracco, Scavolini’s Mia range is inspired by the look of a professional kitchen, complete with a dark steel island and 5cm-thick stainless-steel worktop. Scavolini kitchens are priced from £15,000.

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However, they tend to not be made from real wood so may not be as long lasting – so bear that in mind.

Although contemporary kitchens frequently feature white cabinets, darker colours can be used to achieve an on-trend look.

Finally, it’s important to consider materials carefully. If you’re thinking of using a monolithic marble piece, for example, complement the veining with deep grey, navy or black cabinets. To finish the look, opt for sleek pendant lighting, high-shine accessories, and structural furniture. Beautiful!

Featured image: The slab doors help provide an uncluttered look. Kitchens from Designspace London start from £25,000.

Post updated on: 20/08/2020 

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