Published at Monday, January 01st, 2018 - 18:40:43 PM. Kitchen Cabinet. By Tempeste Lesage.
If your budget will allow it, you can also use natural cherry, walnut, mahogany, pine for their distinctive color and grain. Other kitchen designs can be created by choosing a wood with a less distinctive grain than oak or pine, such as maple or ash. These kitchen cabinet colors can then be stained to duplicate the color of other, darker woods.
Some cabinet colors are most commonly associated with particular design styles (but this is more flexible today). The wood you choose for your cabinets will also determine color, to some extent. However, many less expensive woods can be stained to duplicate other finishes.
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