Kitchen Cabinet Options
When performing a kitchen remodeling project, the kitchen cabinets are an integral part of your home. They are among your trusted and helpful lieutenants when you don the hat of a homeowner or homemaker, and especially that of a cook. With the right kitchen cabinets you would be proud of your kitchen, you would find everything in place and your cooking experience would be much more convenient and brisk. There are various types of kitchen cabinets.
There is no dearth of designs. There are different materials and you can choose from a horde of different colors. From brands to the space inside the kitchen cabinets, from the mechanism of the drawers to the scope of utility, kitchen cabinets can be as varied as you can imagine.
Primarily, there are two types of kitchen cabinets that you can opt for. One would be made of wood and the other may be made of ceramic materials or wrought iron. Yes, people do opt for the latter sometimes but the former is a perennial favorite among most homeowners. Even in the category of wooden kitchen cabinets, you can choose between hardwood and softwood.
Hardwood kitchen cabinets can be made of wood obtained from cherry, oak, maple or rosewood. These are the four and the most common hardwoods used to make kitchen cabinets.
You can choose softwood kitchen cabinets as well. At your disposal would be cedar, pine and redwood. There are engineered woods and plywood as well if you like the idea of such options.
You can always go for all wooden kitchen cabinets or you may want to use glass for the front or some metalwork for the shelves or grills if you so desire. You can buy kitchen cabinets outright or you can get them tailored to meet your needs. The latter is particularly popular among families that like personalized kitchen cabinets.
There are many other distinctions among kitchen cabinets based on several factors for your next kitchen remodeling project. For instance, you may want to opt for a natural finish on the hardwood kitchen cabinets or you may want a lamination of some kind. You may also opt for stains of your choice. Also, you can choose if you want pull-out shelves, soft closing drawer glides or something like Lazy Susan’s corner cabinets. Then there are obvious differences in height, lateral width and the cubic space or volume inside. You may also opt for specialized kitchen cabinets that are meant for specific purposes.
Another thing to keep in mind is that you want to make sure your cabinet finish/color/type, compliments your countertops. It is usually best to have a nice contrast of light vs. dark between the two. Click here for other kitchen cabinet ideas.
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