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Cabinets collectively.‘the cabinetry and worktops of your kitchen’
- ‘For those unable to afford elaborately carved items or high-quality cabinetry, there was nevertheless much practical, utilitarian furniture.’
- ‘The glossy white links to the kitchen cabinetry, and sets off simply carved Dutch antique chairs that Susie has been pushing under different tables for over 20 years.’
- ‘Like old, garish kitchen cabinetry, these smaller cabinets can start to look outdated and consequently ruin the look of everything else in the space.’
- ‘There, she made furniture and cabinetry and learned to use a forge.’
- ‘Remember, remodeling your kitchen or bathroom to maximize space can be done with custom or semi-custom cabinetry, or by selecting storage accessories in stock cabinets.’
- ‘Built-in cabinetry eliminated the need for dressers and bookshelves so Maureen splurged on roomy, cushy leather furniture.’
- ‘Many people are familiar with the concept of modular cabinets as a less expensive alternative to custom cabinets in the kitchen, but they tend to get overlooked when planning cabinetry for the bathroom.’
- ‘A distinctive light green, brush-stroked paint finish on the kitchen cabinetry, center island, and family-room bookcases disguises little fingerprints and scratches.’
- ‘Instead, they focus on high-end interior design products such as kitchen and bath cabinetry.’
- ‘These formal shops with five to ten employees manufacture farm machinery, hydraulic equipment, storage barns, furniture, and cabinetry.’
- ‘The furniture look in cabinetry is a popular way to add warmth.’
- ‘It is more spacious than I imagined, with rich wood cabinetry, a table and two decent sized windows overlooking the sea.’
- ‘In the kitchen, he specified stainless steel appliances and clean-lined cherry cabinetry but left the original windows intact, wavy glass and all.’
- ‘Kip immediately began to build and restore log cabins and has moved onto build custom homes, as well as create custom cabinetry and furniture.’
- ‘The adjacent kitchen's appeal lies in the recycled cabinetry: panel doors turned sideways for the lower cabinets, mullioned windows for the upper ones.’
- ‘More clients are seeking an integrated design solution for their kitchen that not only coordinates cabinetry and the appliance suite, but also complementary portable appliances.’
- ‘The maple cabinets blend nicely with the floors, built-in desk, and custom cabinetry in the adjoining bedrooms.’
- ‘As many world travelers know, Europeans view their kitchen cabinetry quite differently than Americans typically do.’
- ‘The cellar was finished in maple in the same custom stain as the kitchen cabinetry.’
- ‘And he said that while Irish furniture was generally very well made, ‘the market for cabinetry and old-fashioned upholstery is shrinking in the UK’.’
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