Our glazed kitchen cabinet features a raised rectangular panel in the middle. The warm brown color and the beautiful rustic accents of these cabinets make them look natural and untreated. The distressing gives the knotty alder wood character and age by using a faux finish glazing technique. Our distressing technique appears as random strikes to distress the wood and creates the appearance of indentations, worm holes, and splits. Pictures of the distressing on the glazed cabinets can be viewed below in the Glazed Cabinets Photo Gallery. Knotty Alder cabinets are a five-piece set made of solid wood. These panels are not only beautiful but also built to last. They come in standard sizes that are substantial yet space-saving. They will fit perfectly no matter what part of your home you use it in. These wholesale, RTA cabinets also come at affordable, low prices, giving you great value for your money.
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Our cabinet “boxes” are made of a high-density particle board core of 5/8″ that is sandwiched between maple melamine skins that have been bonded to the interior and exterior surfaces through a heat process. We also band most of the edges. The reason for using the high-density particle board rather than plywood, is that it provides the same strength of plywood of the same thickness without the warping issues of plywood. Therefore, we have no need of corner, back or side bracing as is often the case with plywood boxes. Also, the bonded maple melamine skins make it more resistant to liquids than does plywood.