They’re the complete opposite of open cabinets that we line with nice flatware and tasteful accessories. The concept of hidden storage is based on the need to efficiently use all of the available space.

Whether it is for a bar area, a breakfast space, a storage unit, a pantry or a preparation surface, these cabinets are well thought out to allow you to appreciate your kitchen even more!

Bar cabinet with sliding doors
Image: Artisans of Devizes sur Houzz

Hidden by large doors, these massive armoires personalize your space as you want it while remaining aesthetic and practical. Small appliances are now conceal, finally allowing to free up your countertop surfaces.

Pantry-style armoire
Image: Davenport sur Houzz

Custom-made cabinet pantry
Image: Chantry Kitchens sur Houzz

As for the features, there are several possible opening systems for these hidden storage units such as pocket doors, folding doors or even roll-front doors. Well designed, every square inch is used at its full potential!

Folding-door cabinets
Image: Urban Kitchens sur Houzz

Buffet cabinets with folding doors
Image: Woodale sur Houzz

Rool-front cabinet doors
Image: Kitchens by Peter Gill sur Houzz

And how about this custom-made hidden storage unit made by Ateliers Jacob? Pretty neat!

Custom-made storing cabinet by Ateliers Jacob


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Claudine L'Heureux

Kitchen Designer at Ateliers Jacob
As a dedicated and efficient designer, Claudine does everything in her power to satisfy her clients. What matters the most to her is their joy when they get to see the results of the work they accomplished together.
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