Published at Sunday, 31 December 2017. Cabinets. By Ancil Verdier.
Oak is the most utilized; it is lightweight, somewhat water-resistant, and the grain stands out even after staining. It is often used to enhance "country" or "rustic" motifs, but it can be used solely for decorative style, too. Birch and ash are also popular; these woods are very light in color, and they hold stains quite well. Pine, a very yellow wood, is favored in French and English decorative styles, but it is very soft and prone to nicks.
One of the most important aspects of custom cabinets lies in the material that is used to make them. Wood is still the most common choice for making cupboards. The natural beauty and elegance of the grain make timber a nice contrast to the sleek stainless steel and plastic of many contemporary appliances. It is also a sturdy, reliable, easily available, and affordable resource for your project.
You may find that there are many stain remover products that are advertised as being suitable for your kitchen cabinet, whether they are natural wood or painted white or grey cabinets. If you prefer to use one of these - or at the very least have one on hand to treat spills and stains - it is important to check whether they are suitable or not with the manufacturer and retailer.
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