Popular Wood Types for Kitchen Cabinetry

July 10, 2015

Art for Everyday typically uses hard woods from environmentally managed forests in North America, including nine particular species such as Maple, Cherry, and Alder. Whenever we receive special requests for exotic woods, we import quality wood from around the world according to the needs of our custom. art_for_everyday_wood_kitchen_cabinetry18 The recent NKBA “Kitchen & Bath Style Report” highlights some interesting facts about changing wood preferences for kitchen and bath cabinets. Cherry and maple typically come in first place as the wood of choice for kitchen designers and homeowners renovating or building new kitchens, but the study shows that the residential and commercial use of cherry for cabinets is reducing. Many bath and kitchen designers are reflecting consumer preferences and selecting lesser-used woods such as maple, oak, walnut, birch and bamboo. Art for Everyday provides an array of more than 750 architectural wood products to satisfied clients across the U.S. and Canada.  You may contact Art for Everyday by calling (866) 850-2680 (US) or (416) 645-5120 (CAN) or visit us online at the Art for Everyday website. Image: Art for Everyday

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