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Tips for Buying Kitchen Furniture

The kitchen is the heart of the home, where families gather to enjoy meals and talk together. Kitchen furniture comes in many styles including modern, contemporary, retro, traditional, and cottage, with each style having its own distinct features.

Furniture for a kitchen falls into two categories: installed and uninstalled. The cabinets and countertops are installed. Items like baker’s racks and tables fall into the uninstalled category

A country kitchen can be as simple or as ornate as desired, depending on the style chosen.Cottage kitchen tables have earthy wood tones or are painted white to match white cabinetry. Open-style cabinets are preferred compared to closed cabinetry, and beadboard is used to create an architectural warming effect. Beadboard is a type of paneling that can be painted to match the walls in the kitchen or sanded to give it a distressed look.

The country style turns even a humdrum kitchen into a welcoming and energizing refuge. Cabinets are sold primarily through kitchen cabinet dealers and showrooms, home improvement centers, lumberyards, and some kitchen appliance stores. Some companies sell cabinetry only through a controlled network of studios or retail outlets.

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