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San Antonio Wooden Kitchen Cabinet Doors

Basically there are two kinds of San Antonio wooden cabinet doors, the finished and unfinished types. The unfinished cabinet doors consist of the medium density fiber (MDF) boards. Comparatively, they are way less hefty and can match your kitchen cabinets of any colors. Besides, they are easily available in any home kitchen improvement stores. The finished doors are often completely done, readily available to be fixed onto your cabinets. The styles range from single arch, double arch, square, solid panel or recessed panel doors, depending on your desired style and financial budget. Furthermore, the finished wood doors can either have their colors remained natural or have it dyed or stained into a different color.

Speaking about the colors of San Antonio kitchen cabinet doors, there are few vital tools to practice before selecting the right color. Always remember to pick lighter color tone for your cabinet doors as the finishing process will cause the color tone to go darker than the original shade. To complement the space area of your kitchen, small kitchen should go well with lighter colors as it can make your kitchen look more spacious. The selection of colors could be between pale yellow to pale tan. Examples include maple, ash, birch, oak or pine colors.

Should you apply the contemporary or antique style in your kitchen then your wooden doors can be painted using medium wood colors featuring some pinkish cast, light brown or a tan shade. Cherry and beech should be excellent to create the corresponding color tone. If you prefer darker colors then you can opt for the dark wood color selections such as the mahogany, butternut, rosewood or walnut.

Most kitchen cabinet doors are custom made as the size may differ from one kitchen to another. Generally, cabinets made from maple, walnut, oak and cherry are among the finest quality of wood materials.

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