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Semi Custom Kraftmaid Kitchen Cabinets

If you think to build a customized kitchen cabinetry, then you should take a look at Kraftmaid kitchen cabinets. They are one of the largest cabinet manufacturer in the United States and has been established since 40 years ago. Hmm.. I think you don’t need to doubt their credibility to create high quality products. I bet you want to choose the best product, right? You will do a lot of things in the kitchen. Preparing breakfast, cooking, washing dishes, and more. Creating a pleasant atmosphere in the kitchen will certainly make you more excited to serve food to the people you love.

There are three main types of cabinetry. The first is custom cabinetry. This is the type of cabinetry that is usually built by local cabinetmakers. It is also the most expensive option since you can specify the design, color, and type of storage that really suit your needs. But unfortunately, the durability of custom cabinetry is questionable because of the local cabinetmakers can not give equivalent-quality finishes as the large manufacturer such as Kraftmaid kitchen cabinets. Second, there is stock cabinetry. With cheaper price, you can get a cabinet that is more durable than a custom cabinet. But, this means that you can only choose from a limited design options.

If you want to be able to give a personal touch on your cabinetry style but still want to get a product with quality construction, then you should choose the third type of cabinetry, the semi-custom. With semi-custom cabinetry, which is a combination of stock and custom cabinetry, you can determine the door materials, style, finish, color, and accessories from a very wide selection. Kraftmaid kitchen cabinets provide several type of wood such as Maple, Oak, Birch, Hickory, and Cherry. And for the finishes technique, you can choose Burnished, Highlighted, Painted, Paint with glaze, Stained, Stain with glaze, Thermofoil, and my favorite, Vintage finishes. Have you decided what type of material and finish of door would you choose? Share with us on the comments section.

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