By Izolda Smit. Cabinet Hardware. Published at Saturday, January 19th, 2019 - 23:38:26 PM.
Alder – Alder is a type of wood that has an even texture and a straight grained pattern. It is characterized by a light brown color with slightly reddish undertones. Alder wood typically contain natural blemishes like pin holes, knots, cracks bird pecks and mineral streaks. All together this forms a very unique, graceful pattern. The dramatic graining pattern of alder kitchen cabinets lend richness to kitchens. It is well suited for rustic inspired settings.
Ash – Ash is a type of wood that is characterized by a light color and a prominent straight graining pattern. It has a similar durability and strength to oak. Its natural color is highly suited for contemporary kitchen settings. This type of wood is not that common and is typically available only for custom kitchen cabinets.
There are endless amount of options to choose from when it comes to kitchen cabinet hardware. It can either be made with metal, plastic, wood, ceramic, while others even incorporate an interest mix of this materials to provide a more decorative look. Aside from the different materials, kitchen cabinet hardware are also available in several styles which can match any type of kitchen design. It is also available in different types of colors, finishes and sizes.
Two color kitchen cabinets are exactly what the names imply – a kitchen cabinetry painted in two or more colors, combined in a stylish way. Grey and white kitchen cabinets would be a great example of two-toned colors. However, some designers work with multi-colored cabinets.
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