Published at Wednesday, January 09th, 2019 - 06:28:33 AM. Cabinet Material. By Quartilla Jayden.
Cottage style kitchens are generally known for their charm, classic flair and timeless appeal. Although traditional, the cottage style evokes a less formal atmosphere. It is also considered to be eclectic since it fuses the traditional and the new by taming down formal design elements with modern accents. The signature look of cottage style kitchen cabinets revolves around antique details, but nowadays designers tend to blend old and new to create more casual vibe and a fresher look. Antique details such as crown moldings, cornices and weathered hardware are common features cottage style kitchen cabinets. Another important facet of the cottage style kitchen cabinet is an open design. Cabinets often lack doors to provide more accessibility and for displaying charming dinnerware.
Drawer boxes are box shaped storage units which fit into the drawer frame. They are usually fixed with rollers and glides and operate with a simple push and pull sliding motion. According to American standards for quality, drawer boxes must be made up of solid hardwood and must at least be ½ inches thick. The bottom part of the drawer box must be made up of plywood and must be sturdily attached to the sides, front and back of the drawer box. Traditional construction methods and professional craftsmanship typically make use dovetail joints to create the drawer box.
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