Types of Wood Used for Kitchen Cabinets

Types of Wood Used for Kitchen Cabinets
Beau Ueland
When you’re looking at the different types of kitchen cabinets, it’s clear that there’s a large variety of woods to choose from. If you’re interested in the different kitchen cabinet wood types, today is your lucky day. We’re going to share with you the different types of wood as well as additional information about each one.


Cherry’s durability and beautiful color set this wood apart from the rest. It comes in a variety of colors ranging from yellow and white to red and dark brown. Woodworkers love it because of its color, smooth grain, and flexibility.


Most of the time, maple cabinets range from white to cream in color. In addition, they have visible hints of reddish tones. You can often look at a maple cabinet and tell the type of wood by the subtle grain pattern of the maple.


Oak cabinets are distinct. You can tell by their grain patterns that they’re oak, and they also range in color from white to pink and reddish tones. At times, they also have streaks of green, yellow, and black.


Cabinets made of walnut wood are normally muted brown in color. The wood also has colors that range from deep chocolate to light reddish-brown, which allow the grain to look smooth and straight. Walnut is a very popular option.

These aren’t the only cabinet wood types; however, they’re some of the most popular options. Hopefully, this will give you a better idea of what kind of wood you’re wanting to use. If you’re in search of some Wilsonart premium laminate sheets—which can mimic the look of any of the woods listed above and more—for your kitchen cabinets, look no further than Pro Cabinet Supply Check out our website, and call us today to make your purchase!

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