Taking up most of your wall and floor space, kitchen cabinets are an eyeful. Being used every day means that your kitchen cabinets are most likely to get bashed, dinged, dented, and slammed. Your kitchen cabinets can start looking lifeless and worn out throughout the years as the finish wears off. Therefore, you must use the most durable materials and products for your kitchen cabinets. Remember that cabinetry will take up 40 percent of a kitchen remodel budget, so you want to ensure they will last.
Once you've nailed down your kitchen layout, you can add a bit of personal preference and personality. Cabinet finishes come in subtle variations as well as stand-out colors, which highlight detailing. With so many options, it is easy for homeowners to get overwhelmed and to go with whatever product is put in front of them. But it would help if you remembered that finishes come at different price points and desired durability. Before you make your final decision on the perfect finish for your kitchen, we suggest ordering various samples. In this blog post, we breakdown various types of kitchen cabinets finishes and let you know which is best and most durable for your kitchen.