Cabinets

Cabinets for Your Kitchen & Bath

Crafting Enchanting Kitchen and Bath Cabinets, Inspiring Awesomeness

Kitchen cabinets are the storage units that are installed in your kitchen to hold your dishes, cookware, utensils and appliances. They also contribute to the style and appearance of your kitchen, as they come in various colors, materials, designs and features. Some of the things you may want to consider when shopping for kitchen cabinets are:

Cabinet Type

There are different types of kitchen cabinets, such as base cabinets, wall cabinets, pantry cabinets and bath cabinets. Base cabinets are the ones that sit on the floor and support the countertop. Wall cabinets are mounted on the wall and provide extra storage space. Pantry cabinets are tall and narrow units that can store food items or small appliances. Bath cabinets are similar to base cabinets but are designed for bathrooms.

Cabinet Style

Kitchen cabinets also have different styles, such as shaker, flat-panel, raised-panel, slab and glass-front. Shaker cabinets have a simple and classic design with a recessed center panel. Flat-panel cabinets have a sleek and modern look with no ornamentation. Raised-panel cabinets have a decorative center panel that protrudes from the frame. Slab cabinets have a solid and smooth surface with no panels or frames. Glass-front cabinets have glass inserts in the doors that allow you to display your items.

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Cabinet Material

Kitchen & bath cabinets can be made of various materials, such as wood, plywood, particleboard, MDF, laminate and thermofoil. Wood cabinets are durable and natural, but can be expensive and prone to warping or cracking. Plywood cabinets are strong and stable, but can be heavy and costly. Particleboard cabinets are cheap and lightweight, but can be easily damaged by moisture or heat. MDF cabinets are smooth and uniform, but can swell or sag over time. Laminate cabinets are easy to clean and maintain, but can peel or chip off. Thermofoil cabinets are resistant to moisture and stains, but can warp or discolor under high temperatures.

Cabinet Feature

Kitchen & bath cabinets can also have different features that enhance their functionality or appearance, such as soft-close hinges, roll-out shelves, pull-out drawers, glass doors, crown molding and hardware. Soft-close hinges prevent the doors from slamming shut and reduce noise. Roll-out shelves allow you to access the items at the back of the cabinet easily. Pull-out drawers provide more storage space and organization options. Glass doors create a light and airy feel and showcase your items. Crown molding adds a decorative touch and a finished look to the top of the cabinet. Hardware includes the knobs, handles, pulls and hinges that attach to the cabinet doors or drawers.

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