What You Should Know About Cabinets Wood Types

Cabinet Wood Types - Parr Cabinets

Are you in the market for new cabinets? Here’s a tip you should keep in mind when selecting the type of wood the cabinets are made out of:

No matter which wood type you choose for your new kitchen or bath cabinetry, no two pieces of wood are exactly the same.

Stains are likely to exaggerate the difference between open and closed grains and other markings in wood. Grain variation and color change should be expected. As hardwood ages, it will darken when exposed to different types of light. Color differences or changes in wood can also be caused by exposure to harsh chemicals, extreme heat, or other contributing external conditions. In addition, wood species exhibit other defining characteristics, such as mineral deposits/streaks, knots, sap runs, pin holes, and wormholes. These markings make the wood unique and contribute to its enduring beauty.

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Real Cost Finder Tool

The Real Cost Finder tool from Houzz gives estimates of potential costs of remodeling projects. It is powered by data from a survey of more than 100,000 homeowners in over 50 metro areas.

Check out the Real Cost Finder tool from Houzz. The tool gives estimates of potential costs of remodeling projects. It is powered by data from a survey of more than 100,000 homeowners in over 50 metro areas. With the tool, homeowners can research real costs for completed projects gathered from homeowners in their area ranging from high-end to modest, for virtually every space inside and outside their home.

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21 Fantastic Kitchen Cabinets Guides

kitchen cabinet guides will walk you through the cabinet selection process, from start to finish

If you are thinking about remodeling your kitchen, then be sure to check out the fantastic kitchen cabinet guides on Houzz. The guides will walk you through the cabinet selection process, from start to finish. Resource guides cover everything from Shaker to flat panel, from corbels to aprons, from glass knobs to recessed pulls. [Note: photo via Dresser Homes]

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