Wood combinations. Some cabinet makers use less expensive wood, such as plywood or pine, to build the cabinet case and then use doors and exterior panels of better or more expensive wood. Some also use particle board or other composite materials. Any wood cabinets can be painted in the color of your choice. You can use a glossy finish or a matte finish.
Kitchen islands offer the opportunity for kitchen cabinets that can be accessed from all sides. To best utilize the generous amount of storage space, put the cabinets for holding cooking supplies on the side facing the stove and sink. The cabinets facing the other rooms can be used to hold a dry bar or glasses and serving dishes used for more casual entertaining.
Take some time to browse through several different catalogs of kitchen cabinet designs to find one that is within your budget. When it comes to choosing a color, a good idea would be to go with either neutral shades or black. That way, if/when you decide to put your house up for sale, potential buyers would not be turned away because of the color of the cabinets.
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