Enjoy a broad range of exciting kitchen cabinet materials. From oak and hard maple to particle board or stainless steel, find the right material for ideal kitchen home interior design. Below are some of the most popular materials for kitchen cabinet design.
Hardwood and Softwood Materials
Enjoy a wide range of natural materials when designing your kitchen. Your home interior design can include oak, hard maple, birch, ash, pine, or even bamboo birch. Oak is another popular choice. Decide which material you want in terms of color, hardness, and durability. Speak with our interior design specialists about choosing the right wood for your custom cabinets.
If you want a modern industrial look, design your kitchen with stainless steel fixtures. Both durable and luxurious, stainless steel is a higher priced option for the discerning homeowner.
Medium Density Fiberboard and Particle Board
If you are designing on a budget, you may opt for Medium-Density Fiberboard (MDF). MDF is made of small fibers. They have clean edges and a smooth surface. This a versatile option that has more durability than particle board. Particle board is constructed of wood shavings and non-wood plant debris. While very affordable, particle board is one of the least durable options and is susceptible to water.
Plywood consists of a multi-layer board made of laminated single plates. There are a few categories of plywood, each with its own uses (such as outdoor versus wet conditions).
In fiberboard, fibers are separated from fibrous raw materials and interwoven into a board using adhesives and heat or pressure. These are used for a broad array of kitchen cabinets and can be used for custom cabinetry.
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