Published at Thursday, March 07th, 2019 - 02:05:57 AM. Cabinet Material. By Szilvia Luuk.
Cottage style kitchen cabinets are usually paired with luxurious finishes like a white marble countertop and porcelain tile splashboard. The Mexican kitchen style reminds us of anything warm, lively and inviting. In simpler terms, it offers more “spice” and a bolder, cheery atmosphere. It is also generally characterized by a rough, rustic feel. Mexican style kitchen cabinets have raised panel cabinetry with simple millwork. Rather than focusing on details, this cabinet style gives more emphasis on creating a rustic, warm toned and bold colored cabinet design. The design of Mexican style kitchen cabinets also often feature open faced units which display colorful handcrafted dinnerware.
European style kitchen cabinets also aim to focus on efficiency and functionality. Since European flats are smaller, the design’s main goal was to create a compact size cabinetry that is full functional and maximizes space. The frameless design of European style kitchen cabinets offers an added benefit in terms of accessibility and ease of use. The materials used for European style kitchen cabinets vary as it ranges from natural materials like wood to more modern alternatives like MDF and particle board. When it comes to finishes, the most frequently used material are laminates. Laminates are typically attached to a substrate material to reinforce strength and durability. Laminates provide for more color options and also come in designs which mimic the appearance of real wood. It is also widely available in bold colors which can work well in striking European style kitchens.
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