By Xanthe Bram. Cabinet Hardware. Published at Sunday, January 13th, 2019 - 09:17:54 AM.
Red Oak – Red oak is a species of the oak wood which has a slightly reddish and yellowish undertone to it. Its graining pattern is more pronounced. It is known for its durability and strength. Another advantage of red oak is that it is inexpensive compared to other woods. This type of wood is commonly used for traditional style kitchen cabinets. It is available in a wide range of styles and finishes and is typically used for semi custom, custom made and stock cabinets.
Walnut – Walnut has a muted brown color and a smooth, even fine grained pattern. Its surface is generally filled with straight grains that range from a light reddish gray brown color to a deep chocolate brown streaks. One of the most notable characteristics of walnut is that it ages gracefully, turning into a beautiful mellow color over time. Walnut offers warmth to kitchen spaces and they are highly suitable for a variety of design styles, whether it may be traditional, transitional, contemporary or modern.
Laminates are typically applied on top of a durable material or a wooden substrate in order to improve their appearance and quality. Heat, adhesives and pressure are typically used to adhere laminates into the substrate. Some common base materials for laminated cabinet doors are strong plywood or marine ply board.
Some designs focus on the kitchen island and paint it differently than the rest of the kitchen. However, other designs choose accent areas for a different color.
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