Kitchen Cabinet. Sunday , February 04th , 2018 - 14:59:51 PM
Often referred to as the "Bermuda triangle of the kitchen," the corner kitchen cabinet is sometimes the place that food stores and supplies enter, never to be seen again. Hard to access and harder to use efficiently, corner cabinets can waste space and cause frustration—unless you explore some of the clever ideas used to remedy the conundrum of the corner kitchen cabinet.
Rigid thermofoils (RTFs) are pressure-molded vinyl foil and are more malleable than laminates. As such, they can cover more intricate designs, such as cathedral doors and arches. The wood grains are very realistic-looking, though the solid colors are more limited. Wood veneers are actual, real wood, and they come in different sheet sizes. With wood veneers, you can change the wood type while maintaining the integrity of all-wood cabinets. Like laminate, wood veneers can also be bought with the adhesive already applied to the back, or you can apply the adhesive yourself.
Cabinets are top of mind among homeowners considering kitchen remodels, and it‘s easy to understand why. The role of cabinetry in the finished look and function of the space is crucial to the success of a kitchen design and the enjoyment of spending time there. And since roughly 60 percent of an average kitchen‘s cost is spent on the cabinetry, choosing the right cabinets is a critical decision in remodeling and in new construction.
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