Designing a custom kitchen in your home for your new or renovated home can be a dream come true or a living nightmare. Today's homeowners are more likely than ever to enjoy time in the kitchen preparing elaborate meals to serve to their family and company alike. Cooking appliances and tools have become more specialized and take up additional storage space. Old fashioned kitchens are often unable to accommodate these tools easily, either because of their shapes or sizes.
Solid wood. These cabinets are built entirely of finished, high-quality wood, such as hickory, oak, maple or more expensive woods like cherry or walnut. Traditional kitchens and some country-style kitchens might use a dark wood, such as cherry, mahogany, walnut or ebony. Contemporary kitchens tend to use lighter color woods such as birch or maple. You will want to consider the color, the grain of the wood and the finish applied to the wood. Better cabinets are finished with several coats of polyurethane to protect the wood. Solid wood is currently the most popular kitchen cabinet design choice.
While custom-cabinet doors are more expensive than the do-it-yourself variety, the advantage is that you are able to get exactly what you want at a very high level of craftsmanship. You can tailor the cabinets to the exact specifications and needs of your kitchen.
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