By Dorine Haakman. Kitchen Cabient. Published at Monday, February 26th, 2018 - 10:26:37 AM.
2. Executive Antique Kitchen Cabinets - if you are planning of putting up a brand new house and want some stylish kitchen cabinets for your house. These cabinets come in darker wood colors so it can create character and sophistication in your kitchen. Another good thing about it is that you no longer need to have custom-made kitchen cabinets to achieve an antique look because it is ready to made cabinets already available.
Many inserts and built-in features are also available to provide for organization and ease of access to items stored within your kitchen cabinets. From pull-out work surfaces, to drawer fronts for refrigerated drawers, to door covers for nooks for small appliances to wine racks, you can customize your cabinetry in a variety of ways to meet your needs. It is possible to create an appropriately designed cabinet or work surface for every need.
Decorative supports, aprons, and corbels are great extra features to add to cabinets. They are not standard on most cabinets, but are a great project to add on to the kitchen after installation of the new cabinet. Decorative supports put an artful emphasis on upper cabinets. The supports were originally designed to help support cabinets, but now they only serve as decor. Corbels are a great focal point to add to make a kitchen more elegant. They work best in island corners. They are very ornate and stand out on kitchen cabinets to draw attention to certain features. The apron is a piece of wood that travels under and around the countertop overhang. A standard apron height is three inches to leave room for legs under the countertop.
Cabinet design installs the cabinet doors in one of two ways. Frameless construction was a very popular adoption from European design in the 60s. The style continues to be very popular in contemporary kitchens. In this style, the door covers the entire box or case of the cabinet. Alternatively, in framed construction, the doors are installed in a way that leaves a frame around the outside of the door. Framed construction is the norm in traditional, country, cottage, and many eclectic kitchen styles.
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