By Zaida Levi. Cabinet Hardware. Published at Monday, March 11th, 2019 - 08:23:43 AM.
Often, a stacked molding is used to make up the additional 6″. There are also other traditional and atypical molding options that can be used for the same purpose.
Ash – Ash is a type of wood that is characterized by a light color and a prominent straight graining pattern. It has a similar durability and strength to oak. Its natural color is highly suited for contemporary kitchen settings. This type of wood is not that common and is typically available only for custom kitchen cabinets.
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.
This creates the necessary room for crown moldings of the shorter cabinets to finish nicely into the side of the cabinet while not blocking the door opening of the taller cabinets.
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