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Selecting your kitchen cabinets can de a daunting task

  • Release on :2017-05-03

  If you look at the history of kitchen cabinet designs over the years, you will see some great new trends. Our pioneer ancestors had a few simple shelves, a storage box or two and a table. Today we find upper and lower cabinets in hundreds of styles with silent drawer glides, soft-close hinges and even interior LED lighting. How you decide what is right for you will depend on a handful of factors. Here are some tips to choose the right kitchen cabinet designs for your home. You can also learn general information about kitchen cabinet designs here.

  The Basics
  With hundreds and hundreds of style choices to choose from, selecting your cabinets can de a daunting task. The basic idea of a cabinet remains the same: It's just a box that you set on the floor or hang on the wall.

    Kitchen cabinet designs fall into two basic types: face-frame cabinets, the standard here in the US; and frameless cabinets, which have been popular in Europe for some time now. Both types consist of a box made from some type of sheet wood: plywood, particleboard, MDF, Melamine, etc. Higher end cabinets typically use thicker plywood for the "box," compared to the less-expensive composites. They differ in how the front of the "box" is built: Face-frame cabinets have an additional "frame" of material that makes up thefront of the cabinet. In frameless cabinets, the edge of the sheet stock makes up the front of the cabinet. The results are that face-frame cabinets typically have more space between the doors and provide a look that is traditional, while frameless cabinets have doorsset closer together and a more modern look.