By Pushpa De Jong. Cabinet Hardware. Published at Thursday, January 24th, 2019 - 00:22:15 AM.
Cherry – Cherry is one of the most popular species of wood and probably the best type of wood for kitchen cabinets, particularly for traditional settings. Its distinct natural deep reddish brown color and fine graining pattern offers richness and luxury to kitchens. Another distinct characteristic of cherry wood is that it ages gracefully as it colors change into different tones over time, offering different looks throughout its lifespan.
Make sure you get the correct height for your space. Don’t forget to take into account crown molding when you take your measurements.
The primary advantage of semi custom kitchen cabinets is that they allow homeowners to exercise creativity in customizing and modifying their kitchen cabinets, without spending too much. Compared to custom kitchen cabinets options, they are less expensive. The modifications which are implemented in semi custom kitchen cabinets lie changes in door styles, color, accessories and hardware, all allow flexibility in terms of design, without the need for a long lead time. Additional details, however, cost extra and may take a longer time to produce. One effective way to control costs for semi custom kitchen cabinets is to choose a standard sized cabinet and customize it with a unique finish and hardware.
Laminated Finish – Laminates are an extremely popular finishing material for kitchen cabinets. It is a type of synthetic material that is composed of several layers that are sandwiched together. Laminates are manufactured in thin sheets but are extremely durable and resilient because of their unique material composition. Laminates have three resin reinforced layers. The top layer of laminates are made up of a protective layer of melamine resin. The second layer is known as the decorative layer since it contains the pattern, design, texture and color of the laminate. The third layer, also known as the core layer, is made up of kraft paper that is reinforced with resins. The fourth layer, also referred to as the wear layer, is mainly composed of aluminum oxides, melamine resins and paper.
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