By Ute Milan. Cabinet Finishes. Published at Sunday, March 10th, 2019 - 08:55:08 AM.
The slab kitchen cabinet style is the most plain and simple cabinet door design because of its frameless appearance. Slab style cabinet doors take after its name and are characterized by a single, unornamented piece of flat wood. It has no embellishments such as decorative molding or edgings and is ungrooved.
Acrylic kitchen cabinets are commonly used for ultra modern and minimalist kitchen interiors. There are two types of acrylic finish for kitchen cabinets, namely : solid acrylic doors and acrylic faced doors. Solid acrylic doors have a richer appearance because their full body is finished with acrylic. Their colors are more even, but they have a higher price. Acrylic faced doors, on the other hand, are just coated with several layers of acrylic. The manufacturing process involves applying sheets of acrylic over an MDF panel. These boards are then sealed at the edges and applied with a protective coating.
A basic Shaker front can also work for a modern kitchen. Just make sure you keep it clean and simple. You do not want very many decorative touches. Keep detailing to a minimum. Avoid rounded elements and deep contouring, as they give off a more traditional feel. You want sharp and sleek cabinet doors.
You can tell what quality looks like once you know what to look at. Last but not least, trust in your own tastes. It’s your home, so you should pick out cabinets you really like.
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