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Materials we should use for Kitchen cabinet?

As one of the most important rooms in any home, the kitchen should be designed with both form and function in mind. A well-designed kitchen can make all the difference when it comes to cooking, entertaining, and even just spending time with loved ones. Here are some tips to keep in mind when designing a kitchen.

  1. Consider the Layout

When designing a kitchen, it’s important to consider the layout. The layout should be designed to make the most of the available space while also creating an efficient workflow. The three most common kitchen layouts are the L-shaped, U-shaped, and galley kitchen. Each layout has its own advantages and disadvantages, so it’s important to choose the one that best fits your needs.

  1. Focus on Storage

Storage is key when it comes to kitchen design. Make sure to include enough cabinets, drawers, and shelves to store all of your cookware, dishes, and food. Think about what you use most often and make sure those items are easily accessible. Consider using pull-out drawers and shelves to maximize storage space and make it easier to reach items in the back.

4) Waterproofing the floors

Just like countertops, if not refinished with polyurethane, water will always seep deep into the cracks of your wooden floor hence ruining the overall kitchen outlook. You may need to change the older woods and replace them with waterproof ones or apply vinyl products where wetness is a problem.

5) Caulk Everything

Sometimes, almost every part of the kitchen can be rendered vulnerable to cracks due to several factors. This may also include the bathrooms and even on the roof. Caulking everything is the only sure way of ensuring these surfaces are always waterproof. Liquid polyurethane is always useful when it comes to caulking everything including the walls and other vertical surfaces in the kitchen.

6) Waterproofing under the kitchen sink

You can waterproof under the kitchen sink with stick-on tile and caulk. However, you will realize that this sometimes is a bit too tedious to do. There are a number of sink mats in the market, most of which are made by WeatherTech. The sink mats prevent mildew and the growth of mold that can ruin the outlook of your sink.

7) Adopt composite worktops

Commonly known as quartz worktops, composite worktops are made from 90% quartz mixed with small percentages of binders. These worktops are virtually non-porous and waterproof. Apart from that, the tops are easy to clean and offer the touchy looks ideal for any meal preparation. They can be used almost everywhere, including around the sink and beside hobs.

8) Use water-resistant BWR grade plywood

The last option in keeping your kitchen waterproof is by replacing the old wooden parts of the working tops and cabinet with good quality boiling water-resistant plywood. Apart from being moisture resistant, the plywood is also resistant to frequent water splashes, a common occurrence in the kitchen.

  • BWR plywood offers the fine touch that you will always need for your kitchen. It is also durable and resistant to termite infestation.
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