One of the biggest misconceptions of a kitchen cabinet design is the choice of wood. When you are choosing between particleboard and plywood, most people think of plywood as being better than particleboard. Perhaps it is because the word wood is in the name and particleboard sounds more like a cheap imitation. In many instances, the particleboard is a better choice than plywood.
Kitchen cabinets that have legs or plinths as a base, look very different from conventional cabinets, and can lend your kitchen a unique look with a designer flair. When you have legs on the cabinets it will make the kitchen feel open and airy while plinths make a more visual impact and will provide stability to a large kitchen. The best plinths are moisture proof and work best in kitchens.
Try and go eco-friendly wherever possible. Homeowners throughout the world are concentrating on their impact on the environment. Bamboo is a highly eco-friendly product that is renewable and grows at a rapid rate. There are bamboo plantations which supply this hard wearing wood to companies throughout the world on a daily basis.
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