By Izolda Smit. Cabinet Hardware. Published at Saturday, January 19th, 2019 - 23:38:26 PM.
This creates the necessary room for crown moldings of the shorter cabinets to finish nicely into the side of the cabinet while not blocking the door opening of the taller cabinets.
Pine – Pine is a type of softwood that ad a pale yellow color. It is the only species of soft wood that is used for kitchen cabinetry. Unlike hardwoods, pine easily dents but it is often pressure treated to reinforce its strength and quality. Common species of pine used for kitchen cabinetry are Eastern white pine and Western white pine. Pine can be stained to achieve a different color and its unique appearance includes knots. Pine kitchen cabinets are often used for settings which have a traditional character and country flair.
Not only we can get a whole new style of the space we spend so much time in, but we will get a cozy feeling inside that makes us want to spend even more time there.
Aside from its stunning beauty, cherry is also highly durable and can withstand scratches and knocks. Although more commonly found in traditional kitchens like Craftsman style kitchens or country kitchens, cherry wood kitchen cabinets may be used even in contemporary settings using the proper cabinet design and mill work. (Visit our cherry wood kitchen cabinets gallery for more designs.)
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