Built-in dishwashers today have several different style options to choose from. A popular choice is a model with a finish that matches the other kitchen appliances – commonly white, black, or stainless steel. But maybe you don’t want to break up a beautiful line of cabinetry with a metal box.

Appliances are beautifully concealed in this kitchen designed by Erica Caserta of Showcase Kitchens in Canton, CT | Photo by Severine Photography

You might want to consider a dishwasher model that accepts a panel that matches the cabinetry. The panel can be either a full-height door or a door and drawer front combination.

Door front appliance panel option | kitchen designed by Mariotti Building Products in Old Forge, PA | Photo by Danielle Coons

Dishwashers that accept a custom panel have the controls integrated, visible on the front of the unit, or concealed on top of the unit. Dishwasher panels, especially when used on an integrated model, essentially allow the appliance to disappear. 

Can you spot the dishwasher in this kitchen?

Design by Mid-Cape Home Centers in Massachusetts | Photo by Grattan Imaging

Cabinetry looks seamless with no visible controls and matching hardware attached to the panel. So seamless, in fact, people may think you don’t even have a dishwasher!

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