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Walnut kitchen cabinets

Updated: Mar 27, 2023

Remodel your kitchen with solid walnut cabinets

Walnut kitchen cabinets
Walnut kitchen cabinets

Walnut cabinets is a popular kitchen style.

Walnut in the kitchen can be used in 6 places:

  • doors and panels for frameless kitchen cabinets

  • frames for face frame cabinetry

  • walnut cubbies

  • Solid walnut drawers

  • trim and paneling

  • butchers block countertops

Walnut kitchen cabinets
Solid walnut range hood

Walnut kitchen could be made with modern slab (flat) doors or transitional shaker 5-peice doors (or its variations). The difference is that for flat doors - we would use walnut veneer, and for shaker walnut doors - solid walnut.

solid wood - Walnut kitchen doors
Solid wood - Walnut kitchen doors

Walnut looks beautiful in a face frame kitchen - especially traditional English cabinetry - inset face frames. The doors are installed flush with the frames which makes it a very unique looking kitchen.

Walnut kitchen cabinets
Walnut open cubbies

Veneer walnut doors are made by gluing walnut veneer onto MDF or particle core boards, and than cutting it into parts. Laying out veneers is not an easy process and requires some sense of style - to get perfectly book-matched boards.

When the parts are cut - we edgeband it with solid wood strips using our new Hozlher Edgebander - to insure a perfect seamless joints.

Walnut Dovetail drawers

Another feature of a high-end kitchen is solid wood drawers. These drawers are custom made to perfectly fit your cabinetry and made of solid wood with Dovetail joints and clear polyurethane finish.

Kitchen island with solid walnut face frame

Solid walnut kitchen island
Solid walnut kitchen island

Face Frames:

Walnut is a great material for face frames:

It is very strong and will last for a long time.

Mortise and tenon joint means quality

We make our frames with superior quality mortise and tenon joint with is much stronger than other joint methods - no pocket holes or other cheap alternatives. Mortise and tenon joint minimize telegraphing and cracks on the surface of face frames.

walnut kitchen cabinet
walnut cabinet

For finishing walnut cabinets with use 2K Polyurethane sealer and natural Italian lacquers

For stained, natural finish cabinets we use a far superior finish called 2K Polyurethane, a finish that was mostly used in aerospace, marine, and private jets millwork - that require heat and chemical protection not normally considered 'necessary' in the home industry. 2K Polyurethane has superior stain, heat, moisture and solvent resistance, according to the Architectural Woodwork Institute, and my personal experience. This has a big impact, particularly in the kitchen. Excessive steam from a dishwasher or the inevitable waterworks from a sink don't affect the finish. It's also 100% formaldehyde free, and comes in a variety of different sheens. This is a HUGE difference - compared to conversion varnish (CV) that most of shops/factories use. CV yellows over time and smells bad.

Walnut is a perfect wood for different kinds of moldings and trim - its looks fresh and modern. With a combination of solid wood and veneer we can make any design idea come true.

Walnut can also be used for countertops. Butchers block countertops can add some warmth in your kitchen. It is also feel nice - because its solid wood.

Advantages of walnut kitchen cabinets

Walnut kitchen cabinets have several advantages that make them a popular choice among homeowners and designers. Here are some of the key advantages:

  1. Beautiful Appearance: Walnut wood has a rich, warm, and elegant appearance, making it a popular choice for high-end cabinetry. It has a natural grain pattern that adds depth and character to any kitchen design.

  2. Durable and Strong: Walnut wood is known for its strength and durability, which makes it an ideal choice for kitchen cabinets that can withstand heavy use and last for years without showing signs of wear and tear.

  3. Resistant to Warping: Walnut wood is less likely to warp or shrink compared to other woods, making it an ideal material for kitchen cabinets that are exposed to heat and humidity.

  4. Easy to Maintain: Walnut cabinets are easy to maintain and clean, requiring only periodic wiping with a damp cloth to keep them looking their best.

  5. Versatile: Walnut wood can be stained or finished in a variety of colors and styles, making it a versatile choice for different kitchen designs and themes.

  6. Adds Value: Installing walnut kitchen cabinets can add value to your home, especially if you plan to sell it in the future. They are considered a high-end material that can make your kitchen stand out and attract potential buyers.

Overall, walnut kitchen cabinets are a great investment for homeowners who want to have a beautiful, durable, and long-lasting kitchen that adds value to their home.

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