Good news for kitchen enthusiasts everywhere: DWR Kitchen Cabinetry designed by San Francisco architectural stylist Nilus de Matran. According to the New York Times, “The collection includes 155 storage modules (configured as drawers, open shelves, and cabinets), 15 organizational tools (cutlery trays and dividers), and four free-standing islands. Components are made of medium-density fiberboard covered in walnut, right, or black oak veneer, and come preassembled. A large kitchen without countertops or appliances will start at about $35,000; a smaller one, suitable for a studio apartment, will cost around $15,000.” On offer beginning in January; view the line at Design Within Reach in Soho.
Finally, get more ideas on how to evaluate and choose kitchen cabinetry and hardware in our Remodeling 101 Guide: Kitchen Cabinets & Hardware.