Find Your Perfect Cabinet StyleFrom contemporary to traditional, there are many different styles of cabinets to choose from. Choosing the right stye of cabinetry can be difficult task based on the many variables that go into a cabinet door. Deciding your budget is the first step when picking out your cabinetry. Knowing your budget will guide you when selecting the style, the wood species, the stain or paint color, and the hardware for your cabinetry. Another concept that will guide you when selecting your cabinets, is the functionality of your cabinetry. Where will your cabinets be installed? Your kitchen cabinets, for example, will have a different functionality than the cabinets in your bathrooms or your basement. Check out the next six cabinet styles to determine which style works best for your home.
ShakerThe shaker-stye cabinet doors is the most common door style in homes today. These cabinets have a plain and practical square design that can match any style of home from contemporary to traditional. This style of cabinetry is made up of five different parts--the frame making up four parts, and the flat center piece makes up for the fifth part. Despite the many parts this door requires, it can work with a variety of budgets, depending on the wood used.
LouveredThe louvered-style cabinet doors are made up of horizontal wood slates that are typically used on windows or furniture pieces. This pricey, yet functional, stye of cabinetry can add a distinct architectural affect to any room. These cabinets offer ventilation which make this style ideal in laundry rooms, media rooms, and kitchens. In laundry rooms, these cabinets can act as dedicated drying cabinets for clothes. For media rooms, this style of cabinetry prevent cable boxes, DVD players, and game systems from overheating by allowing hot air to leave the cabinets. Kitchens are not usually the first option for the type of cabinetry, however, having this style of cabinetry in a kitchen allows air to leave the cabinets hindering mold from forming.
Contemporary Kitchen by San Francisco General Contractors Bill Fry Construction - Wm. H. Fry Const. Co.
Flat-PanelThe flat-panel cabinets are simple, sleek, and stylish without the stylish price tag. Its hard lines and minimalist form make it perfect in contemporary and modern interiors. For this style of cabinetry can be built with decorative laminate or natural wood. Laminate, being the more budget-friendly of the two types, offers a greater variety of colors and sheens than wood can.
Contemporary Kitchen by Sterling Heights Kitchen & Bath Designers EuroCraft Interiors Custom Cabinetry