More and more decor trends form the past come back to our kitchens to make them edgy and unusual: eye-catchy tile backsplashes, two-tone cabinets, string lights and more and more. Freestanding cabinetry is one of them, it’s rediscovered and is making a huge come back, and more and more designers and home owners use it. Freestanding cabinets have legs and seem to be more elevated from the floor. They don’t need to be attached to the back wall although they can be if desired. I’ve prepared some pros that are to convince you to rock such cabinets in your kitchen, too.
Most of such cabinets are finished on all sides, and that means that you can move them around as much as you need and create various configurations – a great option for those who love changes and refreshing the space from time to time. The legs can be lowered or raised if you need to change the look, and they will fit even a space with imperfect flooring.
a large dark-colored wood vintage cabinet with open shelving and drawers as a stylish statement
minimalist blue kitchen cabinets on legs and casters for easier rearranging them around the space
minimalist kitchen cabinets on tall legs make cleaning the floors easier
modern light-colored kitchen cabinets on tall thin metal legs for a contemporary and airy feel
modern light-colored wood and metal kitchen cabinets on rather high legs for a cool airy look
modern metal freestanding cabinets look more lightweight than usual ones, which is essential in an industrial space
Freestanding kitchen cabinets are actually more easy to install than the conventional types. You may not even need the help of a professional which brings us to what is possibly the greatest advantage of all: you can change and reconfigure your kitchen every time you want, and this is great for those who love changes. Though freestanding cabinets are often more expensive than conventional ones, the easier installation could save you enough to make it worth investing in the cabinets in the first place. Now you see all the pros and I’m sure that you are convinced to buy such cabinets, too!
pastel freestanding kitchen cabinets with brass touches and a kitchen island on tall legs for a lightweight feel
traditional kitchens also look nice with freestanding cabinets and it's easy to wash under them
two-toned free-standing kitchen cabinets comprise two of the hottest kitchen decor trends in one
various freestanding kitchen cabinets with metal countertops make the kitchen look airy and lightweight
vintage creamy and grey freestanding kitchen cabinets for a contrasting and bold space
vintage white and dark wood cabinets on legs are used for an eclectic and catchy kitchen look
vintage-inspired grey freestanding cabinets with white marble countertops for a peaceful and welcoming kitchen