Handleless Kitchens

These cupboards are push to open, Not my cup of tea but appeal to some. When knees bump the base doors, they open and can cause discomfort and pain if not noticed.

We often do kitchens with handles on base cupboards and no handles on top cupboards. Handle-less base cupboards come at a considerable extra cost.

The image shows push-to open base cupboards, definitely not suitable for the visually impaired or anyone else for that matter.
2 PAC Push-to-open base cabinets with 40 mm stone bench tops with waterfall ends.
Another image of 2 PAC push to open cabinets.
2 PAC Push-to-open base cabinets with 40 mm stone bench tops
Another image of 2 PAC push to open cabinets.
2 PAC Push-to-open base cabinets with 40 mm stone bench tops with waterfall ends.

Below is another style of handle-less kitchens, they use a finger pull recess in the base cupboards and similar on the top cupboards.

There is a little less height access space in the base cupboards but can be very pretty.

The image is of finger-pull cabinets with a 20 mm stone bench top. This is one of my favorite kitchens when finger recess is highlighted with another color.
This is one example of finger pull cabinets which can be very pretty if done well.