Published at Monday, January 01st, 2018 - 18:40:56 PM. Kitchen Cabinet. By Jacquelyn Dupuy.
Embassy Cherry Kitchen Cabinets - cherry hardwood is usually used in finest buildings, hotels and executive offices but now this can also be used in your kitchen. Embassy cherry also shows off beautiful dark stain that improves over time. This is like a wine that becomes better with age so you can expect the color to improve over time giving the view a finer look. This contributes to elegance and beauty of your to your place so if you are planning a new look for your kitchen this is definitely perfect for you.
As a kitchen cabinet door style, the Shaker style is quite similar to the Mission and the Raised Panel style. It has the flat central panel and a wide wood frame that surrounds the panel, outlining the door. The difference between the Shaker style door and the Mission style door is that the former has a slightly softer look while the latter one emphasizes more on the strength of the door and has additional slats and vertical lines. Another difference between the Shaker and Mission style of kitchen doors is that the former is made from cherry, maple or walnut wood while the latter one is made generally from oak.
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