By Pushpa De Jong. Cabinet Material. Published at Monday, December 31st, 2018 - 08:01:16 AM.
The Rustic kitchen style is associated with anything timeworn, natural, warm and casual. Rustic kitchen cabinets and country kitchen cabinets are alike and fall under the traditional style. This type of kitchen cabinets have an inviting feel and project natural coziness.(Visit this page to see our rustic kitchen cabinets gallery). Natural materials are one of the signature features of rustic kitchen cabinets. Just like country style kitchens, wood is predominantly used as the primary material for cabinetry. Common species of wood include pine, oak, maple, cherry and hickory. However, with rustic style kitchen cabinets, the cabinetry is often left unfinished in order to showcase its natural color. Instead of glossy stains, rustic cabinets may also be left rugged in order to enhance it undertones and highlight the pureness and authenticity of the wood. Colors used for rustic style kitchen cabinets are typically warm, deep and natural , ranging from earth tones and browns.
Cabinet doors are available in different styles and designs. As mentioned in this article, some examples of which are the recessed panel and raised panel door style. When we speak of the term “cabinet doors”, we often her inset panel style, cathedral door style, double arch or single arch, mullion and accent, shaker style and flat panel. Although hardwood is the most common material for kitchen cabinet doors, some other options for this components are MDF or medium density fiberboard or plywood covered in veneer or laminates.
Place your door to the planned area such as kitchen island and use a less expensive door finish among the remainder of the kitchen. You will save money and make the cabinet blend with the rest of the room.
When choosing the right material for your kitchen cabinet’s interior finish, opt for those that can last long without staining, cracking or bubbling. Light colors are also more preferable since it allows the users to see the contents of the cabinets more easily. Wood veneers are also not recommended for use as interior finishing for kitchen cabinets as it tends to absorb moisture faster and shows wear more easily. It does not stand up well to strong cleaning solutions and may become damaged by excessive humidity and moisture from dish washing.
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