The Natural Cherry Kitchen
Natural Cherry Kitchen
The Natural Cherry Kitchen is near the heart of a house because it is the source of food that supports the body and soul. The kitchen components should reflect this quality. What a better option, but to use the cherry for your cabinets above and the base cabinet to turn the ambiance into your kitchen. The look at the cherry wood will instantly encourage you to cook satisfying meals.
Cherry kitchen cabinets are widely preferred for their durability and nice reddish color for the kitchen. Cherry has a very narrow grain, with many interesting brands. If you look closely at the cherry booths, you will notice that the surface has different shades of red.
The cherry changes in color as it ages, so the scratches can appear lighter than the wood of the surrounding surface, which can also be felt from a distance.
How To Restore A Natural Cherry Kitchen
Looking For Grain
Companies guarantee cherry for their subtle but complex grain patterns. Unlike other deciduous trees, bean cakes and sauces, distributed with small black spots. On a hardness scale, it is in the middle, with more density than mahogany or walnut but less than maple or oak.
Choose The Best Place
Although cherry does not need a spot to bring out its beauty, cabinet makers often add a spot to promote sound and promote grain patterns. Using natural or regular cherries, the spot even allows the colors to change.
Sanding Vs. Chemical Stripping
To completely restore the cherry cabinets, it is necessary to disassemble some. Removing a wall cabinet is an option, but can cause problems with striped lines. These customized blanks at the touch points that were made during installation should fit perfectly during assembly or change alignment to leave holes with the wall or other cabinets.
We designed this kitchen and built the cabinets here at our local Madison shop. We then installed the cabinets and worked with the client to install the tile back splash.