Your kitchen cabinets are one of the most important parts of your home – and a vital part of your kitchen. The kitchen cabinets in any kitchen frame the kitchen design provide storage and functionality for the kitchen. There are many different kitchen cabinet manufacturers, designs and materials, choosing cabinets can be overwhelming. This blog will provide tips as you begin exploring kitchen cabinetry and offer ideas to help you choose quality kitchen cabinetry that will last for years to come.
The first step in choosing kitchen cabinetry is to identify the overall style and vision of your kitchen remodel. Are you considering a modern, trendy kitchen? A minimalist kitchen with crisp lines and a clean design? A rustic kitchen with lots of wood and functionality? Because kitchen cabinetry creates the frame for the kitchen design and is often the focal point of the kitchen, it is important that it matches your overall vision for your kitchen.
Once you’ve identified the style and overall vision of your kitchen remodel, it’s time to choose the finishing of the cabinets and doors that will match that style and vision. If you are designing a rustic kitchen, you might consider rustic wood paneled cabinets. If your design is more modern, you might want to consider laminate or lacquer cabinets.
When you begin researching cabinets for your kitchen remodel, you will notice there are three major types of kitchen cabinets:
Custom cabinetry offers the most quality. By hiring a professional cabinet maker, you are able to choose cabinets that offer the most quality, durability and functionality for your kitchen. You are also able to work with your cabinet maker to choose the materials that will match the vision you have for your kitchen remodel. Cabinet makers also offer a wide selection of material choices, design ability and finishing options for your cabinets.
Regardless of the type of cabinets you choose, one of the most important ways to ensure you’re buying quality cabinetry is to ensure the frame of the cabinet is made out of durable, quality materials such as wood. Particle board frames are not as durable as all-wood frames and indicates a lesser quality of cabinetry. A custom cabinet maker will work with you to ensure your cabinets are created with materials that will last.
If you want to explore kitchen cabinetry options or work with a designer to create the kitchen of your dreams, contact MCK Kitchen and Bath today. << Back : Next >>
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