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When it comes to tackling your cabinets project, you've got a love of decisions to make.  From what materials to use, to cabinet hardware, to cabinet style and finish options, you really need to have a good sense of what is available in order to make the best decision.  To give you a crash course in the essentials, we've compiled an entire cabinets learning center that includes knowledge articles, video, advice, photos and more.  Browse through our articles below to learn what you need to know.  If you are able to read through every article, you'll know more than 90% of homeowners and you'll be on the right track to getting your project done right.  If you can't find the answer you need in our learning center, we also offer Free Cabinet Price Quotes from top local contractors.  There is no obligation to purchase and we make it easy to get in touch with a live pro to help you with your project.

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Cabinet Care, Protect Your Cabinets

Protect Your Investment: How to Take Care of your Cabinets
So you finally completed your cabinet project and things are finally getting back to order. You’ve got all the dishes, glasses, linens, clothes, etc. to put back where they belong and you are ready to be finished. However, before putting all of your items back, we’ve put together a comprehensive cabinet care guide to make sure that you’ll be able to enjoy your cabinets for years to come. You’ve likely spent a good deal of money getting them to look just right so why take chances?  Put the extra time in to protect your investment and you'll be glad you did...
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Cabinet Refacing - Another Option

Cabinet Refacing - Another Option
What do you see when you look at your cabinets? Are they old and outdated? Are they inoperable or simply difficult to easily open and close? Do they have cracks, peeling paint or broken handles? Are you just tired of the same old look? If you answered yes to any of these questions you should consider refacing your cabinets as an alternative to installing new ones...read more

 

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Choosing Cabinet Hardware: Knobs, Pulls, Hinges, Materials
Are you looking for modern style?  Is your room more rustic or cabin-themed? Classic?  European?  Regardless of the design you desire, there will surely be hundreds of options to choose from when it comes down to accessorizing your cabinets.  One of the most customizable components of any cabinet project is surely the hardware.  You can significantly alter the look of your cabinets simply by changing the knobs, pulls and hinges on the drawers and door fronts.  This is an important thing to keep in mind if you’re looking to redesign your kitchen or bathroom without spending a large sum of money...read more

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Innovative Cabinet Storage Ideas
These days, there is more to new cabinets than just good looks. A good cabinet must be visually pleasing but also must be able to store your items efficiently. Many manufacturers are now focusing on unique and innovative ways to increase the functionality of their cabinet lines. Regardless of the size of your kitchen, bathroom, garage, closet or other room in your home, you need to make the most of the space you have. If you're like most people you probably have a lot of stuff and it's always difficult to find the best spot for each item...read more

Cabinet Door Style Guide, Click Here

Kitchen Cabinets: Door Style Guide
It's time to add some style to those kitchen cabinets.  To do this, you should first ask yourself:  What is the most visible part of my cabinets when I walk into the kitchen?  The answer:  The cabinet doors.  The doors of your cabinets are like the face of your kitchen and the character of their ‘facial’ expression is defined by what door style you choose.  Just as your face has many expressions to communicate your mood, so do the cabinet doors.  By deciding which door shape, finish, and material to use, you’ll be able to make your kitchen stand out among the crowd...read more

Cabinet Materials

Glass Cabinets, Click Here

Glass Cabinets
It's time to show off those new wine glasses you got for Christmas.  Why hide them behind a solid cabinet door?  These days more and more homeowners are utilizing glass in their kitchen cabinets to reveal their fine china, glasses and other decorations.  Some styles include an all-glass door while others simply use glass insets built into the door.  The latter is commonly referred to as mullion doors.  Either way, it's a good way to make use of the light coming into your kitchen and to give it more surfaces to bounce off of...read more | watch video

Laminate Cabinets, Click Here

Laminate Cabinets
As you've probably already noticed, figuring out the best type of material for your cabinets can be quite overwhelming.  Another material type on the list to choose from is laminate.  Probably the most attractive features when it comes to this material is the fact that you can choose from such a wide variety of colors, styles and designs.  Most manufacturers make a line of laminate cabinets so your selection will be vast.  Another perk to this material is that it is easy to clean and will not be damaged by most household cleaning products.  It is durable and even your kids will have a difficult time staining them...read more | watch video

Melamine Cabinets, Click Here

Melamine Cabinets
Melamine is yet another plastic material product used to cover a substrate such as MDF, plywood or particle board.  It is designed to be relatively maintenance free allowing for minimal wear and tear when exposed to scratches, chips, moisture and sunlight.   The material itself is made from resin, paper and pressed wood and comes in a variety of price ranges depending on the quality of the underlying material as well as the style of the melamine itself.  This material comes in both solid standard colors as well as in wood grain patterns though the faux wood is less common in this style of cabinetry...read more | watch video

Metal Cabinets, Click Here

Metal Cabinets
Doesn't it seem like every fancy appliance they make these days is now made of stainless steel?  Refrigerators, toasters, coffee makers, microwaves and dishwashers all made of steel are a must nowadays to give your kitchen that modern and updated look.  So why not take it a step further and add metal kitchen cabinets instead of the standard wood cabinets? You may think that having that much metal in one room may be overkill, and you may be right.  However, there are certain major advantages to metal as well as ways to make sure your kitchen doesn't look too industrial...read more | watch video

Thermofoil Cabinets, Click Here

Thermofoil Cabinets
Thermofoil is another popular cabinet material offered by many cabinet manufacturers.  Though its name may sound a bit technical, its construction is fairly simple.  Thermofoil is made by heat fusing a very thin layer of PVC (which is polyvinyl chloride) to the core material which may be plywood, particle board or medium density fiberboard (MDF).  In other words, a thin layer of vinyl is applied by heat, pressure and adhesive to the cabinet doors, frames, shelves and/or drawers.  The result is a durable surface that is smoother than paint...
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Wood Cabinets, Click Here

Wood Cabinets
Wood is the oldest and most popular material for cabinets.  Its natural beauty and wide range of colors, grains and styles make it a perfect candidate for adding elegance to any room of the home.  It is also a strong material which allows it to withstand heavy loads and the normal wear and tear of daily life in the kitchen, bathroom, closet or wherever your cabinets may be.  Nearly all cabinet manufacturers have a line of wood cabinets so as a consumer you have a large selection to choose from...read more | watch video

Cabinet Brands

American Woodmark Cabinets, Click Here

American Woodmark Cabinets
American Woodmark is a publicly traded company (AMWD) and is a top manufacturer and distributor of cabinets for both remodeling and new construction applications.  They provide cabinets under three separate brand names: American Woodmark, Timberlake Cabinetry, Shenandoah Cabinetry. American Woodmark's earliest beginnings were in 1951 building dental cabinets.  The company eventually went public in 1986 and now offers more than 340 lines of cabinets sold through a nationwide independent network of distributors and dealers...read more

Aristokraft Cabinetry, Click Here

Aristokraft Cabinetry
Aristokraft Cabinetry is one of the leading cabinet brands in the country.  They are included among 12 additional quality brands offered by top cabinet manufacturer Masterbrand Cabinets.  Since Aristokraft's beginnings in 1954, they have become a leader in cabinet quality and service featuring the Good Housekeeping Seal of approval on their products...read more

Armstrong Cabinets, Click Here

Armstrong Cabinets
Armstrong is one of the largest manufacturers of home products in the country. Their cabinet division is known as Armstrong Cabinet Products (ACP) and specializes in kitchen and bathroom cabinets.  ACP has one of the largest distribution networks allowing them to effectively supply cabinets to homeowners, builders and home improvement stores nationwide...read more

Kraftmaid Cabinets, Click Here

KraftMaid Cabinetry
If you've been researching brands for your upcoming cabinet project, you've probably come across the name KraftMaid by now.  If not, allow us to familiarize you with this leading company.  KraftMaid Cabinetry is part of the Masco Retail Cabinet Group and is one of the largest cabinet outfits in the country.  Founded in Ohio in 1969, KraftMaid is known for offering semi-custom designed cabinets that are built to order for each customer...read more

Masterbrand Cabinetry, Click Here

Masterbrand Cabinetry
Masterbrand Cabinets is the second largest cabinet manufacturer in the world.  Chances are good that a specific line of cabinets that you've seen in your friend's home or in a store were manufactured by Masterbrand.  Their parent company is Fortune Brands which is a leading consumer products company that operates multiple brands including home improvement giants such as Simonton and Therma Tru.  Masterbrand offers cabinets for both the kitchen and bathroom with a focus on quality, style and functionality...read more

Medallion Cabinetry, Click Here

Medallion Cabinetry
Medallion Cabinetry was founded in 1969 and later bought by Elkay in 1993.  Their parent company (Elkay) also owns notable cabinet brands Yorketown Cabinets and Mastercraft Cabinetry.  Medallion offers semi-custom cabinets in three main product lines:  Designer Gold, Designer and Silverline.  Standard features for each of these lines include a comprehensive warranty, multiple finish and stain options, multiple wood options, strong construction and multiple upgrade possibilities...
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Merillat Cabinetry, Click Here

Merillat Cabinetry
Merillat Cabinetry is classic story of a company starting from nothing and growing to be one of the largest cabinet companies in the world.  The company began in Michigan in 1946 where founder Orville Merillat owned a small wood shop.  Orville had to leave the company during World War II to work as a carpenter in the Coast Guard.  During his time away, he would send the majority of his paycheck home (out of each $150 check, $149 of it went home to save for the company)...read more