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.
Most of the cabinets on the market vary in width from nine to forty eight inches, and they increase by three inches per variation. In addition, you can also get them in many different heights, anywhere from twelve to forty two inches. Therefore, take this into account as well when thinking about the best kitchen cabinet design.
Within the categories of these two material choices are different grades and types. Particleboard that is high-density is usually stronger than plywood, and usually lasts longer. All types of wood for a kitchen cabinet design will expand and contract from changes in the humidity. Particleboard is usually more resistant to the effects, so if you live in a high humidity area, particleboard would be your best option.
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