Investing In Kitchen Plinths That Complement

Kitchen plinths can be difficult to buy simply because of the fact that many people decide to invest in them after they have invested in the rest of their kitchen. Alternatively, they may decide different plinths would be a great addition to a kitchen scheme that was already in place. For wooden kitchens this can be a bit of a problem, since differences between the types, grains and finishes of the wood can cause a clash of styles that really doesn’t look complementary. This is when wood plinths that are fully sanded but unfinished can help bridge the gap between the two. By allowing customers to paint, wax or oil their kitchen plinths in a way that they desire, they can get a closer match between the woods in question.

Solid wood plinths are a great option particularly for those who have solid wood kitchens already. On the other hand plinths can also be used in kitchens that make use of surfaces like granite to offer some counterbalance to the design of the kitchen while also maintaining an overall tonality. Painted solid oak plinths are a great for this since they can be easily matched to an ongoing colour scheme while also showing some of the natural texture of the wood. Plinths are usually available in many different types of wood including maple, bamboo, oak, beech and many others, although they may be available in stainless steel and black steel, which again, is great for those kitchens which have granite work surfaces.

Choosing the colour and wood of the plinth can also allow buyers to offer a medium between their kitchen cabinets and the floor. For instance, by choosing a colour like black that offers some variety from painted white cabinets can help to add some contrast to the look of the entire kitchen.

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