By Zaida Levi. Cabinet Hardware. Published at Monday, March 11th, 2019 - 08:23:43 AM.
Alder – Alder is a type of wood that has an even texture and a straight grained pattern. It is characterized by a light brown color with slightly reddish undertones. Alder wood typically contain natural blemishes like pin holes, knots, cracks bird pecks and mineral streaks. All together this forms a very unique, graceful pattern. The dramatic graining pattern of alder kitchen cabinets lend richness to kitchens. It is well suited for rustic inspired settings.
Make sure you get the correct height for your space. Don’t forget to take into account crown molding when you take your measurements.
Cherry – Cherry is one of the most popular species of wood and probably the best type of wood for kitchen cabinets, particularly for traditional settings. Its distinct natural deep reddish brown color and fine graining pattern offers richness and luxury to kitchens. Another distinct characteristic of cherry wood is that it ages gracefully as it colors change into different tones over time, offering different looks throughout its lifespan.
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.
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