These Cabinets Slide, Unfold, and Open to Conquer Kitchen Clutter

These Cabinets Slide, Unfold, and Open to Conquer Kitchen Clutter

By J. Michael Welton / Photos by Steven Paul Whitsitt
In Chapel Hill, a renovated kitchen takes painterly cues from Piet Mondrian.

In the mid 1990s, Darren Selement visited an exhibition of artist Piet Mondrian’s work at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City—an experience that has had a lasting influence on the musician, writer, and graphic designer. Consider it the Mondrian effect: "It was about how he went from a Cubist period, to a period of trees," says Darren, "to inevitably blocking off everything in colors."

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