When hanging oak kitchen cabinets, there are a few items that must be kept in mind. The first of these is that when removing the old ones, that care is taken not to damage the surface underneath. The wall surface should be flat with no ridges or bumps allowing the new cabinets to be mounted flush.
When it comes to cabinetry I simply love to stain and varnish them each and every opportunity I get. I really enjoy taking my time and savoring every moment of it. From preparation to staining and varnishing to completion, I truly enjoy this special task and I guess it is because of my love for wood. Whether it's cheery, cypress, mahogany, birch, pine, red oak, white oak, walnut, pecan, or any other species; I love wood! In my opinion wood is in a class of its own and nothing else even comes remotely close. But sometimes wood needs a little something extra to bring out its beauty and charm--its grace and stateliness. And that is why we stain and varnish it to help bring out its natural elegance and splendor.
Oak cabinets are available in two different construction styles. Namely: full access and framed cabinets. Full access oak kitchen cabinets allow for more space and come with large drawers and shelves. In this kind of a cabinet, the hinges are completely hidden, thereby giving your oak kitchen cabinets a smooth and unbroken look. Framed oak kitchen cabinets are considered old fashioned and traditional. It comes with an applied front frame that is visible through the doors. In fact you can change the look of your cabinets by adding glaze to them. At the same time you can make your oak cabinetry look beautiful by making the oak darker to match with the decor of your kitchen. There are quite a few home owners who prefer RTA kitchen cabinets made of oak since it helps in blending the traditional with the needs of the modern day home quite effortlessly. Oak cabinets are now available in a variety of finishes like natural, frost and medium.
Types of Oak
Almost every home and cabinet store carries oak kitchen cabinets and doors in a wide variety of styles and colors to suit any need. Oak is so popular and affordable, in fact, that you are likely to see it in many homes and condos not to mention apartments everywhere.
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