When it comes to the color of your kitchen cabinets, you may be facing the biggest choice you’ve had since beginning a kitchen remodel. While you can simply choose a color of stain off of a chip or chart, it’s very likely that this stain will end up looking dramatically different once applied to your cabinets. It’s also likely that if you find a stain color you like on someone else’s cabinets that it may look different on yours. This is because there are numerous factors that affect how stain looks on different species of wood. The grain of the wood, its underlying color, and how well it absorbs stain all impact what the final color will be. So whether you’re trying to match the color of an existing cabinet or you’re looking for the right shade for a new cabinet, you need to learn the best way to match the right wood with the right stain.
Homeowners choosing to install new cabinets in their kitchens have a lot of choices and decisions to make. From the color of the cabinets to the material they are made out of, choosing a new cabinet is rarely as straightforward as simply to pointing to one on the shelf. One lesser known choice that homeowners may also be faced with is whether to use framed or frameless cabinet construction. Both American face-framed and European frameless cabinets have their positive attributes, often making the choice dependent on things like space, style, and material costs.
It’s not difficult to measure for cabinet drawer boxes. There are two keys to getting the job done right: overlay and hardware. You’ll find a helpful guide to getting the correct measurements below, but the best thing you can do to ensure your drawer boxes are the right size is to check your hardware specs.
If you’re the kind of shopper who has trouble making up his or her mind, then you’re going to need a little extra time to pick out cabinet doors for your kitchen-refacing project. That’s because we currently offer nearly 180 different doors, covering styles ranging from traditional to contemporary and everything in between. And our doors come in nine different wood species, making your choice even more challenging.
Do you love the idea of remodeling your kitchen, but hate the thought of buying and installing all new cabinets? If so, then you’re not alone. Far too many dream kitchens are never realized because of the time, expense and mess associated with kitchen remodeling projects. However, there is another option for you to consider.
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