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From Reform: A New Line of Ikea Cabinet Fronts Made with Dinesen Wood

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From Reform: A New Line of Ikea Cabinet Fronts Made with Dinesen Wood

December 6, 2018

Copenhagen-based Reform, which makes Ikea-compatible kitchen cabinet fronts, is on a roll—they opened a Brooklyn showroom not too long ago and they work with cutting-edge architects like Copenhagen firm Norm. Their latest offering is the UP kitchen, a collaboration between the architects at Lendager Group and Dinesen, using the floor company’s high-quality surplus material. The cabinet fronts and countertops, inspired by the classic craftsman kitchen, are made using cuts from solid, reclaimed Douglas fir left over from Dinesen projects.

Here’s a look:

 The fronts are finished with either light or dark oil from Junckers.
Above: The fronts are finished with either light or dark oil from Junckers.
 The countertops are made of the same solid, reclaimed Douglas fir from Dinesen that is used for the fronts.
Above: The countertops are made of the same solid, reclaimed Douglas fir from Dinesen that is used for the fronts.
The drawer fronts have discreet integrated cut-out handles. (For more ideas, see Remodeling 101: Cutout Cabinet Pulls.)
Above: The drawer fronts have discreet integrated cut-out handles. (For more ideas, see Remodeling 101: Cutout Cabinet Pulls.)
The UP kitchen in dark oiled Douglas fir.
Above: The UP kitchen in dark oiled Douglas fir.
The dark oil stain brings out the wood’s grain.
Above: The dark oil stain brings out the wood’s grain.
A UP kitchen in progress.
Above: A UP kitchen in progress.

For more, see:

Kitchen of the Week: The Dinesen Wood Kitchen

Ikea Kitchen Upgrade: 9 Custom Cabinet Companies for the Ultimate Kitchen Hack

Kitchen of the Week: A Glamorous Reform Kitchen in San Francisco, Ikea Hacks Included

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