Cabinet hardware can also make a big difference in your kitchen. Not only will you be look at them when you are in the kitchen, you will be using them to open your cabinets. There are a lot of different styles of knobs and pulls. Most longer pulls are attached to the cabinet with 2 screws. The longer pulls work great with larger cabinets and drawers For shorter drawers, knobs work good. The handles or pulls are typically mounted on the opening edge of the cabinet door and the middle of the cabinet drawer. Knobs are sometimes used instead of pulls. If you only want to put 1 screwhole in the cabinets, the knobs are the way to go. Knobs can look better than pulls for some kitchen designs.
Cabinets are a very important part of your school, office or house whether they are installed in kitchen, bedroom, living area, laundry or bathroom. They offer a beautiful and practical solution for storage too.
Kitchen Cabinet Wood Types Kitchen cabinets can be made from dozens of woods including Oak, Maple, Pine, Cherry, Hickory, Poplar, Alder and Birch. Hickory and Oak are the hardest and the heaviest. Cherry, Birch and Maple are considered to be well suited to cabinetry. Less expensive and more plentiful woods such as Alder and Poplar work best with glazed finishes used in creating an 'antique' look. Pine is a soft wood that can be more prone to dents and scratches.
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