PICK OUT YOUR FINISH

Your choice of cabinet color and material may be the most influential decision you make in the design process. We suggest selecting your color first, to you help narrow your field of options. Certain colors may only be available from particular manufacturers and others may require specific materials or treatments.

Affordable Kitchens and Baths offers a wide range of colors and finishes for you to choose from. If you would like to discuss your cabinet options, feel free to come in to our showroom today for a free consultation with one of our experienced designers. Call 636-441-1550 with any questions. Or to learn more about our design process, download one of our Remodeling Guides.

STAINED FINISHES

Affordable Kitchens and Baths offers several varieties of stained wood cabinets to accommodate a wide array of personal design styles. Each species of wood displays natural character and absorbs stain differently. Grain types will determine whether an individual species is suited for the color of your selection. Below are a number of options you will have to select from:

OAK
A very distinctive option for cabinet construction due to its grain. It is a durable, high-density hardwood suitable for any color stain. In fact, oak is preferred by cabinet makers because its grain is visible and appealing, even with darker stains.

MAPLE
Cabinet makers often use maple because of its tight grain and reliable durability. Maple’s smooth, consistent texture lends to its ability to absorb stain evenly. Maple cabinets are often stained to mimic more expensive hardwoods because their color is so easily manipulated.

PECAN/HICKORY
Pecan and hickory hardwoods are sought after for their distinctive grains. With knotty blends of heartwood and sapwood, these species are some of the most attractive and durable American hardwoods.

CHERRY
Cherry cabinets are preferred for their versatility. Their natural, warm reddish hues are considered a good match for a broad range of styles and colors. With a consistent grain and robust strength, cherry wood is naturally durable, and gets richer with age.

ALDER
A common substitute for cherry, alder’s tight, consistent grain is easily stained amber or natural blonde. Unlike cherry though, alder does not get darker with age.

SOLID FINISHES

Affordable Kitchens and Baths offers painted, thermafoil, melamine and veneer cabinets in many colors and patterns.

PAINTED
Painted cabinets are a versatile option for customers looking for custom finishes with high-quality hardwood. With paint, cabinets can be altered to match just about any desired look. Paint can be distressed to appear aged, glazed, or brushed to achieve your ideal aesthetic.

MELAMINE & VENEERS
Melamine or veneered cabinets are a more high-end option and offer a sleek and modern look. Melamine & veneered cabinets are very durable and come in a wide and intriguing variety of finishes.

THERMAFOIL
Thermafoil cabinets are a popular option due to their reasonable cost and durability. Thermafoil doors are often constructed from inexpensive MDF fiberboard heat-wrapped with a poly shell. This construction makes them all-at-once resistant to moisture and wear while reducing costs. Thermafoil cabinets are also ideal for high gloss color making them modern, attractive and easy to clean.

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