The style of your kitchen cabinets sets the tone for the entire space. Kitchen cabinets come in two styles: framed and frameless. Unframed cabinets lack an underframe or structure to hold the box while framed cabinets have one. However, their appearance and functionality are significantly different.
If you’re planning to remodel your kitchen or bathroom, you might want to upgrade your countertops, too. There are many options you can choose from, such as quartz or granite countertops. One of the things you also have to consider when choosing a countertop is its thickness. Many homeowners often purchase thinner, lower-quality countertops that might not be suitable for their kitchen or bathroom.
Given how cabinets are a significant visual element in the kitchen, you’ll want to make sure they’re always in good condition. This means updating their finish occasionally when they become faded and worn. You can either pick the same glossy finish for your kitchen cabinets or try something newer and bolder. Have you ever considered a matte finish for your cabinetry?
Because kids – and pets – are naturally curious and energetic, they tend to get into almost everything. No room remains unexplored; no interesting knickknacks remain untouched (or unbitten). You have to be particularly wary of them getting into the kitchen cabinets, which are usually chock full of things that no child or pet should access. You’ll need to child- or pet-proof your kitchen cabinets.… Continue Reading
Designing kitchen cabinets involve choosing among many factors, such as whether you should choose marble or granite countertops, or raised or recessed panels. In today’s post, Granite Works discusses another less-discussed decision that one will eventually make when getting new kitchen cabinets: whether or not to choose a glossy finish.… Continue Reading