By Nyx Van de Berg. Cabinet Finishes. Published at Wednesday, March 06th, 2019 - 06:46:02 AM.
The slab style kitchen cabinet design is typically used for modern and contemporary kitchens because of its simple, streamlined and minimalist look. It gives cabinet doors a smooth and sleek look. But despite its modern flair and elegance, it is the least popular cabinet design style. Slab style kitchen cabinets are also more expensive compared to traditional designs such as the Shaker kitchen cabinet style.
These features (or lack of features, rather) draw attention to the crisp lines of the kitchen cabinets.These days you will find cabinets sold in every color. A two-tone paint job is very common, wood with a bolder color looking very different.
High quality American wood are the primary material used for Shaker style kitchen cabinets. Examples of which are cherry, hickory, quarter sawn oak and cherry. All of which are notable for their resilience and durability. These type of kitchen cabinets are often left in their natural finish, but can also be painted or stained. Staining is used to enhance the richness of the wood while paints are used to create a more light and airy feel. White, beige and gray paint are some best options if you want to create a more update look using Shaker style kitchen cabinets.
A beadboard is a row of narrow wood planks that are lined up vertically. Each wood plank has a little ridge in between or a joint where the planks meet which is called a bead. The type of construction that a beadboard panel has traditionally follows a tongue and groove connection in which the tongue of the plank is inserted into the groove of the next plank, perfectly joining the pieces of planks together to form a whole panel of vertical slats.
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