All About Cabinetry: The Various Types of Cabinetry You’ll Find at Allure Kitchens

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If you’re in the market for new kitchen cabinets, you may be wondering what type of cabinetry you should purchase. Most homeowners are familiar with traditional cabinets – typically made from solid wood – but there are so many other options to choose from when you’re working with the professionals at Allure Kitchens. With that in mind, let’s take a look at the various types of cabinetry offered at Allure Kitchens and how they can improve your kitchen space.

Introducing the different types of cabinetry

You’ll find many different types of cabinetry at Allure Kitchens. When you’re shopping for new cabinets, the best way to decide which type is right for your needs is to first assess what you need them for. Here are some examples to help you get started:

  • Green Kitchen Cabinets – these are eco-friendly and are made from recycled materials, bamboo or cork that have an environmentally friendly finish applied to them. They will also have lower emissions during production than other types of cabinets and they have a low level of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) emitted during manufacture than other cabinet materials. This means that they don’t emit harmful chemicals such as formaldehyde into the air when manufactured or installed in a home.

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Green kitchens look great but also help to protect our environment for future generations by using natural resources responsibly and limiting energy consumption. More than just a fashion statement, green kitchen cabinetry is the key to long-term health and happiness. Not all cabinetry is created equal, however, so it’s important that you know what you’re looking for when shopping around. At Allure Kitchen Company, we offer two types of green kitchen cabinets: wood-grain vinyl coated composite (WGVC) and faux finish wood veneer.


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