Hiding Hinges


When it comes to making a living space appear bigger, there’s a lot more that goes into it than most people think. In fact, the most important part of creating space is concealing small details that you don’t initially notice. When designing a room, you want to make sure that everything looks uniform. As mundane as it sounds, concealed door hinges are a great way to open and modernize a room.

A lot of older kitchens and living areas out there have exposed hinges where you can see the hinge mounted to the cabinet or door frame. By swapping out that hinge for an updated, hidden hinge, the transformation can really take a space from dated to modern, just like that. Let’s take a look at a few scenarios where you can swap out small details to change the look and feel of the room.

Bulky furniture pieces

While it’s nice to have furniture with different functions, you don’t have to choose functionality over style. If you have a piece of furniture with hinges for additional storage, make sure it’s small, sleek, and fits the color scheme of the furniture. We recommend product 014406 or 014311 for a less bulky furniture hinge look.

Exposed door hinges

It’s all too common for door hinges to be an eyesore in a room instead of a small unnoticeable detail. Instead of hinges that face the room when closed, try opting for hinges that hide when the door is closed. These door hinges come in a few different colors to closely match that off the door, and are barely noticeable even when exposed.

All in all, changing your hinges to make them blend more easily can transform a room from outdated and messy to chic and modern.

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