Wood Cabinets Manhattan

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For anyone building a kitchen or bathroom in New York, your choice of New York wood cabinets plays a large role in the final look of the room. For the best design of kitchen cabinetry in Manhattan or New York bathroom cabinets, you will want to carefully consider all of the wood options available for your cabinets, so that you can make an informed choice of the best wood that fits your budget for your new kitchen or bath.

There are several types of wood that are commonly used in the construction of bathroom and kitchen cabinetry in Manhattan. One of the most popular woods is maple, a hardwood that is very durable and offers a great surface for the application of glazes and stains. Cherry is another popular choice, with its close grain that gives it a very smooth surface appropriate to traditional and contemporary design styles. For another hardwood that takes stains easily, you might choose alder.

Woods used for making wood cabinets in Manhattan come in a range of natural colors. While some woods have more natural color, others have less, and this is a consideration in the final appearance of your Manhattan wood cabinets. If you kitchen or bath will feature darker tones, you might want to use a darker colored wood for your cabinets, such as maple. If your preference is for a lighter look, you could select oak, birch, chestnut or ash. For those who wish a wood color that falls in the mid-range between light and dark, you could select cherry. It bears stating that while lighter woods can always be stained a darker color, it is much more difficult to take a dark wood and try to make it lighter in color, so you will want to select a wood with the final color tone that you wish to achieve. Instead of staining your wood, if the natural color of the wood is most appealing, a simple clear finish can also be applied.

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This article was published on 2010/09/07