Published at Thursday, February 28th, 2019 - 23:08:21 PM. Cabinet Material. By Ute Milan.
The thickness of the cabinet components vary depending on the manufacturer and supplier. But typically, the materials used for such have thicknesses which range from ½ inches to ¾ inches. The quality of the kitchen cabinet components also relies on the type of materials employed in its construction. In addition to that, the manufacturing process, production, assembly method and installation also significantly affects the performance of the whole kitchen cabinetry.
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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