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55 Edgy No Hardware Kitchen Cabinet Ideas
Kitchens are often the heart of the house as here the family cooks, talks, often have meals and receives guests, that’s why its design is so important, especially if you cook a lot. We usually pay attention to larger things like cabinets and kitchen islands, cookers and fridges and so on but smaller details are exactly what highlights the style and makes the space more eye-catchy. When it comes to kitchen cabinet hardware, do you choose them or not? There are pros and cons to both sides of the debate but we’ll take a look at no hardware pros and ideas and why they are so popular right now.
Why Are No Hardware Cabinets Popular?
No hardware looks are very sleek and edgy, and they show off some modern styles in a perfect way: minimalist, Scandinavian, mid-century modern and contemporary. As these styles currently on top, you see no hardware kitchens everywhere – they are super chic and all minimal. No hardware is about trendy minimalist aesthetic, and besides there are many options of no hardware looks that add interest to the kitchen and make using cabinets easier.
a beautiful sleek kitchen with blonde wood upper and black lower cabinets, a white square tile backsplash, built-in appliances
a heavenly grey contemporary kitchen with sleek cabinets and a large kitchen island, a white stone backsplash and countertops and pendant lamps
a minimalist kitchen with contrasts, with stained cabinets, concrete countertops and a backspalsh, black upper cabinets and a large kitchen island with seats
What Are Alternatives To Kitchen Hardware?
If you hesitate about comfortable using or no hardware cabinets, try cutout pulls instead, they will add a quirky mid-century modern touch to the kitchen. Go with an integrated handle — or a beveled edge at the top of the drawer or door — like they did in this minimalist kitchen. It’s the perfect choice if you like the idea of a pull but don’t really want to cut a hole in your cabinet door. Plus, you still get the ease of hardware with a look that’s much more seamless. Such alternatives will never spoil the look of your perfect kitchen, it will be amazing! So, what do you think – yes or no to kitchen hardware?
a minimalist kitchen with sleek grey and stained cabinets, a white marble backsplash and countertops, a small kitchen island with black stools
a minimalist taupe kitchen with sleek matte cabinets, a taupe backsplash and white countertops, an open shelf and black fixtures is gorgeous
a modern blonde wood kitchen with no hardware cabinets, white stone countertops, open corner shelves, a white tile backsplash