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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:

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