Kitchen cabinet design can add charm to your kitchen, thus making it appear more appealing. It is always better not to compromise on the quality, even if you have to pay a little extra price. You can construct your kitchen cabinet using distinctive kinds of woods like Pine, Cherry, Oak, Poplar, Alder Maple, Hickory, and Birch. Amongst all, oak and Hickory are the hardest as well as the heaviest. For the purpose of cabinetry, it is usually cherry, maple and birch that are considered to be the most suitable. However, the most pocket friendly options are Alder and Poplar.
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.
Rotating Shelves or Lazy Susan Great to install in corner cabinets that allows you to turn it around and see all the items stored and within easy reach. Commonly used on upper cabinets and can be built with two separate rotating levels.
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