RTA Shaker Kitchen Cabinets
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When waterfall countertops first arrived on the design scene about six years ago, many designers thought RTA Shaker Kitchen Cabinets they would be an ephemeral trend. In fact, they seem to be gaining momentum. Traditionally, a countertop is a horizontal surface that ends at the edge of the cabinets. With waterfall countertops, the material used on the horizontal surface continues vertically to the floor, essentially wrapping the side of the cabinet. The continuity of the material, particularly when it is stone, can create a dramatic focal point in the kitchen. Read on to see if this look might work for you, and what RTA Shaker Kitchen Cabinets elements you’ll want to consider. "What’s So Great About Waterfalls? Observe the Actual Edge Other counters can be more than 3 inches thick, as with the stunning brown agate waterfall counter shown in this photo.Nicholas Anthony1There really isn’t a hard and fast rule that determines what thickness will be right for you. Whether thin or thick, a range of edge sizes can work with a variety of design styles. Still can’t decide? This kitchen shows that you can have both thin and RTA Shaker Kitchen Cabinets thick edges. Where to Put a Waterfall Use a Waterfall as a Standout Feature 2. Contrasting. The black soapstone island with its singular white vein spilling over the edge brings contrast to this otherwise white kitchen. Surrounded by a sea of white, the black waterfall island draws the eye and is visually striking.Royal Green Appliance33. Drama. This island, with its dramatic waterfall countertop, adds a stunning focal point to this white and wood kitchen. The stone’s multi-hued coloring pulls together the different RTA Shaker Kitchen Cabinets elements of this kitchen, seamlessly melding the two-toned cabinetry and four different tiles into one cohesive look.Cindy Ray Interiors, Inc.3Alternatively, you could choose a dramatic waterfall countertop and also use it on the perimeter counter, as in this photo. This quartz countertop with bold black and gray veining brings dramatic glamour to this otherwise white kitchen. The pattern is also echoed in the backsplash. Installing a Waterfall Not on an Island 2. Peninsula. Here, the waterfall edge acts as an end panel on a peninsula. Not only RTA Shaker Kitchen Cabinets does it protect the side of the cabinets from scuffs and scratches, the overhang above the bar stools creates a counter for eating.Matt Garcia Design63. Table. Extending the waterfall countertop about 4 feet past the cabinetry creates a table at the end of this island. Transparent seats are visually light and keep the focus on the counter’s waterfall shape. Think About Your Outlets 1. Pop-up outlet. A pop-up outlet like the one shown in this photo will keep the RTA Shaker Kitchen Cabinets sides of the waterfall counter clean, but the trade-off is that the top of the counter won’t be. 2. Integrated outlet. In lieu of a top drawer on the cabinet side, put in an outlet. This photo shows an outlet that’s both visible and accessible.Jill Jordan1If you don’t want to see the outlet, another option is to hide it behind a false drawer front, as seen in this photo.BODesign23. Color-coordinated outlet. Sometimes it’s just not possible to hide the outlet, and placing it on the vertical edge of the waterfall is the RTA Shaker Kitchen Cabinets only option. If that’s the case, be certain to color-coordinate your outlet to the counter material to help it disappear, as shown in this photo.Ryan Street & Associates4Beyond the Kitchen"