MDF resists the natural expansion and contraction from changes in humidity, weather, and temperature. Since it is resistant to these fluctuations, it is less likely to become distorted, warped or bow over time.
The White Kitchen Trend continues to be popular because it is flexible. It plays well both with other colors and with a range of design elements. White is considered to be ‘the universal design color’ because it goes with anything. Read More
A sign of quality kitchen craftsmanship that’s quick and easy way to check for is to look at how the drawer boxes are put together. Ideally, you will see dovetail joints, which are a simple yet strong woodworking technique that ensures the strength and longevity of drawers.
When choosing cabinets, there are two types of construction to consider: framed or frameless cabinetry. Both options provide unique design possibilities and advantages. Decide which type of cabinet construction is best for you. Read More
Natural unfinished door style or drawer fronts on your cupboards are beautiful. There’s nothing wrong with leaving cabinets unfinished. Making the decision to leave that rustic edge of the unfinished style is very cool and modern. Read More
Thinking about your next kitchen remodeling project? You'll need to know more about how Designers, Remodelers and Contractors talk and instruct you about cabinet construction, materials, wood species, styles, overlays and other features. Read More
Cabinet Refacing is when the cabinet frames are left in place and covered with a layer of wood or laminate called a "veneer" and the doors and drawer fronts are replaced to match the veneer. As opposed to replacing, refacing your kitchen cabinets can save you thousands while still giving you the look of a brand new kitchen. Read More
Material Options/Replacement Cabinet Doors and Drawer Fronts