By Lyyti Bakker. Cabinet Hardware. Published at Thursday, January 10th, 2019 - 06:16:09 AM.
The purpose of 2 color kitchen cabinets is to point out a specific part of the kitchen, add interest to this area and make it more comfortable to spend time in.
Red Oak – Red oak is a species of the oak wood which has a slightly reddish and yellowish undertone to it. Its graining pattern is more pronounced. It is known for its durability and strength. Another advantage of red oak is that it is inexpensive compared to other woods. This type of wood is commonly used for traditional style kitchen cabinets. It is available in a wide range of styles and finishes and is typically used for semi custom, custom made and stock cabinets.
Wood has a lot of species and not all kinds are suited for use as kitchen cabinetry. Since kitchens are constantly subjected to everyday use and moisture, the materials for kitchen cabinetry need to be resilient and tough. Wood has the natural tendency to warp, rot and decay over time and in order to prevent such, it is subjected to treatment before use. In order to create a long lasting kitchen cabinetry design for your home, it is important to know a few basics regarding different types of wood that can be used for this application.
White Oak – White oak is another type of oak wood, but compared to its red countertop, this has a more subtle graining pattern and a more golden color. It is also stronger and more durable compared to red oak. This type of wood is typically quarter sawn when used for kitchen cabinetry. Its warm color makes it well suited for traditional kitchen styles, particularly Craftsman style kitchens. White oak is commonly offered only as a custom material option for kitchen cabinetry.
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