When is a cabinet more than a cabinet? When it comes to your kitchen renovation, stand out from the neighbors and create a kitchen hutch. Kitchen hutches are great because they provide additional storage space and add a unique look to the room. Hutches are eye-catching and can be designed to match the woodwork in your home. Check out these designs to see which would be great in your kitchen:
Freestanding hutches are the most popular and can be designed to fit the aesthetic in your room. Its design replaces built-in cabinets and still offers plenty of space to store things. You can even move it to another room or area if desired.
Consider having a kitchen hutch that serves two purposes. Include an office workstation, with or without a computer, and have the room to store cookbooks or work on the bills.
For a vintage style, consider installing glass doors to display china and other objects. You could also illuminate the shelves to spotlight specific pieces.
A built-in hutch is considered the best option for your kitchen. This design provides maximum space and hides any clutter that may build up over the years.
Going for a more unfitted kitchen? This hutch was designed to stand out with its finish in a Matte Antique White and an Espresso Glaze on maple. See how it softens against the rich glazed cherry cabinets that surround it.
A hutch makes an amazing pass through from the kitchen to the dining room. By keeping the middle of the hutch open, you can easily pass dishes and food between the rooms. This creative design brings accessibility and retains an open feel while separating the rooms.