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Kitchen Cabinet How to Select Your Dream Solid Wood Kitchen Cabinets

 


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When choosing a kitchen cabinet, the first step to do is to select your favorite wood species from the most popular selecting circle: maple, cherry, ash, birch and oak, and then the door style and the color for the door. Selecting processes for most of kitchen cabinets will follow these 3 steps.
While in order to make the cabinet reflect your unique style and taste to stand out of the normal kitchen cabinet that exist in every common family, details are the most important things to achieve this effect.

The first thing to be taken into account is the above-cabinet treatments. Combine crown or classic crown molding with one of the several decorative molding inserts a look that reflects your own personal style. Whether you're classic or contemporary, moldings can make a dramatic difference. Details are the things you need to pay attention to. If the curve sharp and smooth? A good workmanship and quality knife used to cut the molding will have very sharp and smooth curve and clear profile. If you use your figure to feel the cutting, you can tell if it is smooth or rough. Also, you can look at the pattern is consistent, for example, if the flower crafted on the column is vivid and consistent for the cutting? Will some place of the cutting too shallow or too deep? Consistency shows the workmanship, the knife and the equipment of your kitchen cabinets manufacturer.

The second thing is decorative pediments that provide a classic look for entertainment centre cabinetry or other furniture pieces. These pediments are perfectly fit the classic people and make their kitchen give off the fragrance of holiness.

The third thing is below-wall cabinet treatment. Don't leave your wall cabinets with an unfinished look. Choose one of your favorite moldings to complete the look of your wall cabinetry at eye level and you will find what a dramatic difference it makes in your kitchen cabinet.

The forth thing is decorative legs. Cabinetry is furniture, to add great style to your furniture with decorative legs to complete the look of base cabinetry.

The last thing to complete your design is using the wide selection of onlays, ornaments and corbels which will add a touch of elegance to your cabinet and make your cabinet stand out of common ones easily.

Details really make difference. Whenever you buy a kitchen cabinet, to take these factors into consideration will really make you surprised at your own masterpiece and be proud of yourself. After all, kitchen is the center of your home and for most part of your family life. Hope your dream come true.

To learn more about kitchen cabinets please visit Builder Elements kitchen cabinets web site.

Peter Chen is a co-founder of Builder Elements Inc , Peter was fascinated by the beauty of architecture and building products. He transformed his career track from “high tech" (use to work for companies like drugstore.com, a NASADAQ listed company, and GOOGLE) to the “low tech" industry of building materials distribution and retailing. Peter would like to share his experience and knowledge about building and home improvement materials with you by writing a series of articles.

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