Color is an essential element to your design. If you are going with a light and bright kitchen design, you will want lighter colored cabinets, but darker ones can make a fantastic contrast while adding texture to your design.
Decide which walls you want to install your cabinets and measure doors and windows for exact height and width. You will need to check the space the cabinet door will need when it opens so as not to interfere with existing doors and windows. It is best to install the wall cabinets before installing base cabinets.
Custom kitchen cabinet doors have an understated sophistication that look beautiful in any setting. Remember that dark cabinets show dirt more quickly than lighter colors and will require additional care. Finishes or stains offer a variety of alternative colors and finishes, if you prefer. Some of these decorative coats add texture to the surface, such as crackling, distressing or glazing.
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