Depending on how you are attending to your aging or outdated kitchen cabinets, there are things to consider. Do you want to reface or replace your Tulsa cabinets?
Refacing your cabinets is more cost-effective than custom cabinets. All it takes is the replacement of doors, drawer fronts and trim. Also, there is a choice of resurfacing the cabinets for your kitchen remodel. The existing cabinets must be well-constructed and in good shape when a radically different look is desired.
Refacing your kitchen cabinets in Tulsa includes covering the unconcealed frames with a thin veneer of wood or plastic laminate. Drawer fronts and doors are replaced to match the new veneer surface. The new knob pulls, hinges and molding will complete the transformation. This could give your cabinets a better look than refinishing them, plus the refaced cabinets could include a warranty. Another thing to consider is that no permits are required of which this will save time and money.
For all of your cabinet needs, consider the different types of wood used. For your kitchen remodel in Tulsa, there are different choices to make for your cabinets in Tulsa. There is a European frameless and face frame available. Consider dark and medium wood stained blends with black and bronze metal finishes to create a warm living space. What about including glass insets. Tulsa kitchen cabinets are available with a variety of wood choices.
- Cherry Wood Cabinets – Cherry custom cabinets in Tulsa are characterized by their red undertones and may alter in color from cream to a dark rich brown. Cherry has a close-grained appearance and is smooth, with a relatively uniform texture and random markings and its even grain allows finishes to be applied easily.
- Maple Wood Cabinets – Maple cabinets are predominately white to creamy-white, with occasional reddish-brown tones within a cabinet door panel. The faint grain pattern of Maple wood creates a smooth, uniform appearance.
- Oak Wood Cabinets – Oak cabinets have discrete grain patterns and vary in color from white to pink and reddish. Streaks of yellow, green, and black may appear due to mineral deposits in the wood.
- Alder Wood Cabinets – Light brown and reddish undertones characterize alder cabinets. Alder has straight and even-textured wood grain with undefined boundaries between the sapwood and the heartwood.
- Hickory Wood Cabinets – Hickory cabinets have a naturally contrasting impression due to the sapwood and heartwood. The color may range from white, blonde to reddish-brown with dark brown tones.
- Birch Wood Cabinets – Birch cabinets have a smooth surface texture with a tight wood grain. The striking sapwood color of Birch is white to a yellow-cream color. The heartwood varies from medium to reddish-brown.
- Walnut Wood Cabinets – Walnut cabinets feature graceful grain patterns and muted brown hues. The smooth, refined and straight wood grain has colors that range from deep chocolate to light reddish-gray brown.
- Pecan Wood Cabinets – Pecan cabinets range from blonde or white to reddish-brown and dark brown. The dramatic wood colors within a piece come courtesy of this wood type’s sapwood and heartwood.
We will consult and build custom cabinets with your design in mind. Our attention to detail is our number one priority. We meet and exceed our construction process requirements, resulting in a high-quality job that will last for years. We have many options for your kitchen remodel in Tulsa.