John Bailey. Kitchen Cabinet. August 09th , 2018.
When selecting kitchen cabinets it is a good ideas to start by defining your style. Will your kitchen design be more along the lines of a traditional look with raised panel doors and a lot of ornate molding? Or will it be more of a rustic look with knotty pine and more simple detailing?
Why don't you go in for differently designed and shaped cabinets? Instead of going in for the standard rectangular box shaped cabinets, you can go in for circular cabinets with the shelves attached in it.
Another way to create a spectacular and functional space is to make some areas of the kitchen open shelved. Open shelves work well with kitchen cabinets, creating a unique design to your finished product.
Solid hard woods that can be refinished later on are always a safe bet. Remember that luxurious detailed engravings or raised beads and panels require more care when dusting, cleaning and polishing. Choosing a traditional European style for your kitchen cabinet doors adds an extra element of elegance to your kitchen. A classically handcrafted kitchen cabinet made with the full "mortise and tenon" joint ensures that the cabinet will last a lifetime.
Wooden cabinets are also much safer than metal ones, especially if you have small children running around the house. Metal cabinets can also affect the food stored in them chemically. Cabinets made out of fiber wood might look fetching but are adversely affected by moisture and are prone to wear and tear. Wooden cabinets are easy to assemble and you can easily add accessories and customize them to suit your tastes.
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