Cabinet. Monday , November 20th , 2017 - 20:43:39 PM
So, before you take the leap, do your homework. Keep a file with pictures from magazines of designs and features you like, go to showrooms and talk to certified kitchen designers. The more you know, the easier the decisions will be. Once you have done your homework and know what you want, or even if you are not sure, then consult a certified kitchen designer.
There are no standard sizes or filler pieces in custom cabinetry. Cabinet depth, height and width can be adjusted to fit corners or unusual spaces. Instead of using fillers to address gaps or dead space, custom cabinetry can turn that space into a unique storage solution or display area. Cabinet drawers and doors will be opened and closed many times a day so construction, materials and finishes are an important part of your cabinetry decisions. Cabinets should have solid frames, door and drawer fronts, reinforced corners and closed backs.
Some cabinets can be easily built into your walls so that they look like they were especially designed for your home. While many people think installing these built in cabinets is difficult, it really isn't. Before deciding on a built in cabinet, make sure you have a wall that can handle the installation. To do this, you'll need a stud finder to make sure you're not installing the cabinet where a stud will be in the way.
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