When you are designing, decorating or redesigning your kitchen, one of the most important aspect is building or buying new kitchen cabinets. However with the many types out there, how do you know which one is the best for your own cooking space? Once you bought the cabinet it is much more difficult to buy a new one if you have in the meantime changed your mind. So it is best to know as much as possible about the subject before you shell out your money on an expensive cabinet that will prove to be useless for your cooking area.
Truth be said, the cabinets have maybe the most impact on any kitchen and its design. First of all there are two main types available nowadays: European styles and traditional styles. Once you've decided which style is best for you, you also need to figure out whether you want a custom, stock or even a custom modular one. When you're in the store buying your cupboards, it is best to discuss the details with the sales person as they are knowledgeable and can help you out. One way to get ideas about what you would like to have in your cooking space is to visit a few kitchen cabinet showroom in the area, or even some galleries of sellers and manufacturers on the internet.
So how do you decide whether you want a traditional or a European style kitchen cabinet? The tradition style is very common in the US for many years now, while the European version has started to enter the continent after WWII. This was a way to provide people with a cheaper and more economical ones that are also more standard. The traditional ones are also called frameface cabinets, while the European ones are called frameless.
When using frameface ones you are able to use various thin or low quality stock material for the sides because the actual frame is hiding that material from view. However the frame takes extra space that could be well used otherwise. The front opening is quite smaller so everything inside including drawers and shelves also need to be smaller to fit in.
The European cabinets, or the frameless ones are small, however their space is optimally used. They don't have extra frames that take away from the usability of the space. Because they are small, they can be actually included in any part of the kitchen. They have a basic narrow strip that covers the panel edge. All the kitchen cabinet organizers are installed directly to the inside faces. When the door is closed you can hardly see the hinges. The frameless cabinets have standard sizes so you can practically find any organizers for them in shops, as most of them will fit. This is an additional benefit of using them as opposed to the framefaced ones.
Also the various Pull out shelves are easy to use in the European style cabinets, which is an additional plus. Now when you go out shopping, you will have a better idea of what type and style to buy for your own home.
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