Cherry Kitchen Cabinets

Get all the info you need on cherry kitchen cabinets, one of the most popular wood material choices for kitchens.

Cherry Kitchen Cabinets

Cherry Kitchen Cabinets

Cherry kitchen cabinets combined with Brazilian cherry wood flooring, a black granite countertop and a black glass chandelier complete this transitional kitchen.

By: Sean McEvoy

If you're planning a kitchen redesign, your cabinet material choice will be one of the biggest decisions you'll have to make—and you may need to look no further than one of the most popular and enduring choices, cherry kitchen cabinets.

Comfortable Elegance in the Kitchen

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Chic Surroundings

Lavish attention to detail belies the hard-working functionality of this kitchen. Photo courtesy of Tom Harper Photography

Comfort and Luxury

It is comfortable and lush at the same time with notable features such as custom copper-foiled mullions on glass front wall cabinetry, a stainless and copper basket-weave apron front sink, and blow glass pendant lighting. Photo courtesy of Tom Harper Photography

One Material, Two Ways

The unfinished stone countertops complement the rough texture of the stone backsplash beautifully. Photo courtesy of Tom Harper Photography

Custom Coffee Machine

A built in coffee maker is a conversation piece. Having the machine installed on the wall liberates valuable counter space. Photo courtesy of Tom Harper Photography

Culinary Features

Having a hot water source close makes boiling water a breeze. Photo courtesy of Tom Harper Photography

There are many benefits to choosing a high-quality wood for your cabinet material, including traditional visual appeal, durability and, in some cases, a tendency for the wood to darken and "improve" over time.

Cherry kitchen cabinets capitalize on all of these advantages. They also fall in the medium-to-high range of cost, offering a luxury wood without the exorbitant costs of exotic or imported species like mahogany or ebony.

In terms of appearance, cherry is a very dark wood, so it's a good idea to carefully select any stain you intend to apply, and test on a small sample before applying to the entire cabinet structure.

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