Eight Tips to Make Your Cabinets Custom
December 28, 2009
You don't get mulligans when buying kitchen cabinets for your remodeled kitchen. Here are eight tips to help you get it right the first time.
1. Ball-bearings. A Lazy Susan is great for corner cabinets, but it needs to be the type with a wood platter that rotates on a ball-bearing... Read more
Kitchen cabinets are often the single largest expense in a kitchen renovation. But, they are also the most important not only for the overall design, but for increasing the value of your property.
When creating the initial design for your kitchen, the cabinets are also one of the first decisions you will make. Do you want modern or traditional cabinets? Do you want hardwood or veneer? Or, do you want cabinets constructed out of an alternative material such as stainless? When you begin to shop for kitchen cabinets, you will discover a virtually endless selection of options. So, many designers recommend that you find some examples of what you would like your end kitchen to look like before heading to the store. Your kitchen cabinets will integrate with your floor choices, countertop choices, paint colors, appliances and accessories. Be sure to develop a complete kitchen renovation or design plan before purchasing individual components for a more finished end look.
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