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Unfinished Oak Cabinet Kitchen - Distinct Kitchen Cabinets


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Are you looking for a unique and distinct kitchen? The easiest place to start is with your kitchen cabinets. You can find unfinished kitchen cabinets in many venues, and they give you the freedom to exercise your individuality. The best type of wood for kitchen cabinets is oak. You will be able to find many styles of unfinished oak kitchen cabinet. You don’t have to be particular handy type of person to finish furniture. Just follow a few simple steps and you will on your way to starting work on your unfinished oak kitchen cabinet.

The first step is to find a reputable dealer of fine unfinished furniture. You can research on the internet, visit your local home supply store, or get recommendations from family and friends. You then need to take measurements of the kitchen, and decide where you want the cabinets to go. When you are shopping for your unfinished oak kitchen cabinet, keep in mind there are two types of cabinets. One is framed, and this means that the cabinets have front edges that will box in and taper the openings. An unframed cabinet is better for larger item storage. You want the shelves and the drawers to be at least ¾ inch thick for maximum strength and stability.

Oak is a light wood, and this enables you to have control over the darkness of the stain. Another plus to using an unfinished oak kitchen cabinet is that they can be stained in such a way that they look similar to the more expensive mahogany or cherry wood. Before you make your final decision try a variety of stain samples on the types of wood you are considering buying. Find the perfect stain to accent your kitchen. Take pictures or sketches of what you are looking for when you go shopping. You will also need to consider the hardware that comes with the unfinished cabinet.

Are you satisfied with it, or do want a different type of hardware for different functions. Take pictures of the cabinets you are considering. This way you can take them home and imagine how they will look. This will help you if you decide to buy online as well. Show your unique style by finishing your own cabinet doors. You will so proud every time you step into your kitchen.

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