By Nicolas. Kitchen Cabinets. Published at Wednesday, April 04th, 2018 - 08:10:59 AM.
One of the basic design elements of your kitchen is the kitchen cabinets. Basically these cabinets are categorized into three parts i.e. semi custom, custom and stock. Semi custom cabinets are available in standard size with modifications. They easily match with the interior or the exterior design of the kitchen and thus give it a look and feel. The custom cabinets are those which are available in different sizes and style as they are manufactured according to the specifications. You can give the design specification for these cabinets according to your kitchen décor or requirements. You can add as many features as you want in your custom kitchen cabinets. The stock cabinets are available in many designs and styles at the various home improvement stores. These are available only in set sizes which start from 9 inches and can be increased to 48 inches.
Rustic Kitchen. The rustic cabinets are manufactured by using wood like hickory, knotty pine or alder that is heavily grained. There is a flat panel door system available in these cabinets. Some of the common color stains available in the rustic cabinets are yellow, red and green. However, there are other different designs available in the kitchen cabinets. Depending upon the décor of your kitchen as well as your requirements you can choose any one of them. All of the different designs available in the kitchen cabinets give fresh and elegant look to your kitchen. While purchasing the cabinets for your kitchen it is more important that they should be more functional instead of being attractive. These cabinets should have more storage space and it will be better if they have bin, baskets or any deep drawers. Thus while purchasing any of the designs available for the kitchen cabinets; you should take a look at their functionality so that you can get the best for your kitchen.
Another type of kitchen cabinet that is a great alternative to building kitchen cabinets is the Kemper cabinet, which was founded in 1926 by brothers George E. and Paul W. and their friend, Ray L. Headington in Richmond, Indiana. In 1998, Kemper was purchased by MasterBrand, retaining the name Kemper, and is the second largest cabinet manufacturer in the United States. They offer a wide selection of cabinets, including oak kitchen cabinets, for everything from the bath to the kitchen to storage areas. One last thing to keep in mind, especially if you are in the process of building a home and you need to consider building kitchen cabinets is purchasing cabinets wholesale. Wholesale refers to you, or whoever is building your home, buying the cabinets in bulk, directly from the factory and not a retailer. Generally, most factories will offer a discounted price for customers who buy in bulk. However, not many in the public can purchase kitchen cabinets wholesale because they are only buying a few cabinets at a time, for one job at a time, which would be their own house. Wholesale kitchen cabinets do not often carry do it your self kits for kitchen cabinets.
Face Framed Kitchen Cabinets. Face framed kitchen cabinet construction is the most prevalent kitchen cabinet construction type in the United States and usually it is lower cost. This construction technique involves the building of a kitchen cabinet face out of hardwood pieces. Typically the cabinet face is constructed using several 1"x 2" vertical and horizontal hardwood pieces. The face frame is then married to the front of a particleboard or solid plywood kitchen cabinet box. It is highly recommended that you try to find cabinets that use solid wood or solid plywood for the cabinet box. Particleboard and Fiberboard will have a tendency to sag or warp over time from moisture. Even mid-priced RTA cabinets are available that are made from solid Plywood sides. Hardwood or veneered/laminated cabinet doors and drawer faces, are then attached via hinges and roller mechanisms to the face frame and cabinet box.
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