Published at Monday, January 28th, 2019 - 00:47:13 AM. Cabinet Material. By Szilvia Luuk.
The primary consideration for kitchen cabinet interior shelves is the strength. These interior or inner shelves hold up a lot of weight from storing stacks of dinnerware, pots and pans or glassware. With such, they must be able to stand up to the weight and wear and tear of daily use. The minimum thickness for cabinet shelving is ½ inches, but ¾ inches is more preferred. The depth of the cabinet shelving may either be full or half, but the former is more advisable since it allows you to maximize your kitchen cabinets storage capacity.
There are a variety of cabinet lighting to choose from and these can be added to your cabinets as long as you have an electrical provision for it. Strip lights are an effective way to add above cabinet lighting as it is no expensive yet provides adequate amount of illumination. Task lighting may also be used under the cabinets if you want a increased brightness during food prep work. Interior cabinet lights are added inside the cabinets itself if you want to get a better view of the contents. Decorative lighting, on the other hand, provides improved ambiance and creates a more cozy and inviting atmosphere for your kitchen.
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