Kitchen Cabinet (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia) Door Styles

June 7, 2009

In design of Kitchen Cabinet,  we will need to consider different kitchen cabinet door shapes and styles. Kitchen cabinet designer or manufacturer may offer hundreds of door styles in an endless array of finishes. If your kitchen has a minimal stainless steel look, consider a slab door. If ornate details cover your kitchen, take a look at a raised cathedral panel to complement this style.

Your options for cabinet door style include:

If we  like clean lines, a slab door may be the good choice. A flat door that essentially looks like a slab of wood, metal or other material, these doors eschew panels.

Raised Panel

A panel, usually made by joining pieces of solid stock lumber with adhesive, is secured to the door’s frame.  A routed edge profile tends to give the door a more elegant appearance.

Recessed Panel
The recessed panel door is a flat panel affixed inside a frame constructed with miter or mortise and tenon joints. The resulting appearance has a picture frame-type look and a simpler.

Curved Panel
The top portion of this door’s decorative panel curves upward in a gentle arch. The panel itself is generally raised.

Cathedral Panel
A cathedral-type arch is incorporated into the upper rail of this raised or recessed panel.

Beadboard Panel
Typically found in a recessed panel, beadboard uses routed beaded details to create a casual country style.

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Kitchen Remodeling Tips

June 7, 2009

Kitchen Remodeling Tips

Small and Simple Kitchen Design (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)

Small and Simple Kitchen Design (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)

Stylist Kitchen Design (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)

Stylist Kitchen Design (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)

1 . When planning to remodel your kitchen (kitchen renovation Malaysia), it is important to differential between what you wants? What your needs?

2. Answer following question to determine what you needs for your kitchen needs;

i How long do you stay in your house?

ii What do you like about your existing kitchen?

iii What do you dislike about your existing kitchen?

iv How many persons is stay in your house?

v What other activities besides cooking take place in your kitchen? (such as laundry, eating, chatting)

vi Will there be multiple people cooking or preparing food at the same time?

vii Are there special cooking needs, such as Kosher or vegetarian, gourmet, ethnic?

viii Do you cook in quantity and freeze food?

ix How often do you shop?

x Do you buy pantry items in bulk?

xi How many sets of dishes, silverware, pots and pans do you have?

xii What types of small appliances do have? Which do you use most often? Least often?

3. Think about work centers and how you perform the various functions within your kitchen so you can design the most efficient kitchen design layout for you family needs?

4. Prioritize your wants and needs to suit your budget, area and time constrains require.

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