As you plan the space in your new kitchen, try to find a vision of what you want it to look like. Your plans should include flow and how you want it to fit your needs. If you are having a difficult time making these decisions, you can always search through magazine articles, Pinterest, or other online databases.
Once you have decided what you want your kitchen to look like, you should make some real decisions about cabinetry. These are the focal point and base of your kitchen. They also influence all of the other aspects of your kitchen and determine the style. They are the sole support for your countertops, kitchen tools, and backsplashes. Regardless of which style you choose, do not sacrifice in function. These spaces have to assist you in your every day life.
Oak, maple, and cherry are often common choices, but some other exotic options have made their way onto the market. Some of these options are Canadian red birch, quarter-sawn white oak, old French white oak, and knotty chestnut. These options are considered higher end and tend have a higher price tags. For more information about options and trends regarding cabinets, click here.
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