If the style of your kitchen is rustic or country, pine cabinets will definitely complement your design choice. When shopping for pine cabinets you will have a few sub-species to pick from. The most common choices are knotty pine and white pine. Knotty pine has a more rustic look because the woods dark knots are more abundant when compared to the woods other sub-species, white pine. White pine, on the other hand, is lighter and is considered easier to make design decisions around. Pine is considered a soft wood, so keep in mind, pine cabinets may not be the best option for a busy kitchen.
Cherry Kitchen Cabinets
While cherry kitchen cabinets are in the medium-to-high price range, their natural beauty makes paying the higher cost worth it. The reddish-brown appearance of cherry wood combined with its smooth grain, generates a charming appearance that compliments any kitchens style. Even though cherry wood is not considered a hard wood, it is still a durable material that can withstand constant use without becoming dented or scratched. Cherry wood’s organic beauty makes it a great candidate for a transparent stain, but you can also use a mahogany or walnut stain to compliment the wood.
Once you’ve picked out the wood type that best fits your needs and your kitchen’s design, you are well on your way to achieving the kitchen of your dreams.
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