By Nyx Van de Berg. Cabinet Hardware. Published at Thursday, January 03rd, 2019 - 06:16:42 AM.
Pine – Pine is a type of softwood that ad a pale yellow color. It is the only species of soft wood that is used for kitchen cabinetry. Unlike hardwoods, pine easily dents but it is often pressure treated to reinforce its strength and quality. Common species of pine used for kitchen cabinetry are Eastern white pine and Western white pine. Pine can be stained to achieve a different color and its unique appearance includes knots. Pine kitchen cabinets are often used for settings which have a traditional character and country flair.
Plan and install the cabinets 54” from the floor to the bottom of the wall cabinet for proper installation. This will leave 18″ of height when you subtract the 36″ height of a base cabinet (including the countertop).
Aside from the profile, shape and style of the cabinet hardware, its color and finish is also one of the design factors that one must consider when choosing the right cabinet hardware for your kitchen cabinets. The common finishes of cabinet hardware are brushed nickel finish, satin finish, chrome finish, antique pewter, light bronze or dark bronze, brass, oil rubbed bronze, aluminum, matte black, rust, clear glass, wooden finish or white. These finishes can serve as a guide for mixing and matching with your kitchen cabinets.
Patina & Heirloom – Patina and heirloom finish is another type of vintage finish that gives kitchen cabinets an antique look. These finishes make use of handcrafted details and an artistic technique to produce a timeworn character. Patina and heirloom finish are also well suited for traditional kitchens.
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