By Hyun Meijer. Cabinet Hardware. Published at Friday, March 01st, 2019 - 22:45:49 PM.
Aside from the aesthetics that laminates contribute to kitchen cabinets, they give a number of other benefits. It is one of the most cost effective choices for cabinet finishing materials. It does not warp, resists fading and can stand up to heavy use. And since it is applied in sheets, the colors of your cabinets are more likely to be uniformed and even compared to other finishes which require application or brush coating.
Cabinet knobs are generally round shape but may also be square, rectangular or diamond. Other popular shapes for cabinet knobs include the mushroom, oval, bar, crystal and novelty. Some common materials for cabinet knobs include metals like brass, zinc, die cast, stainless steel and bronze. In addition to these, suppliers also manufacture cabinet knobs in glass or crystal, stone, wood, ceramic or plastic.
Unfinished Wood Kitchen Cabinets – Wood in itself is naturally beautiful and rather than giving it a new finish, others opt for a more raw and organic look. Unfinished kitchen cabinet doors render natural coziness and a warm, inviting ambiance to spaces. It suits traditional kitchen settings like the farmhouse style, country style and rustic style.
The wide variety of colors, patterns and textures that laminates offer make design possibilities endless, allowing homeowners to use it in any kitchen design style. The most common variant of laminates is the wood finish, which mimics the appearance of real, natural wood.
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