Making Beautiful and Durable Cabinets with the Right Wood Materials

Choose the Right Wood to Create Beautiful and Durable Cabinets

Finally! You’ve saved enough money for remodeling your kitchen. Your head is swimming with ideas on what theme to go with, what sections of the area to redo, and what decorations to add. Planning a home improvement project is a lot of fun, yes? But it’s not all happy moments. There will be challenges, plenty of them in fact. One of the earliest problems you will encounter is identifying what materials to use—in this case, what material to choose for your cabinets.

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The selection process should not be taken lightly as the product you choose will determine how durable and beautiful your cabinetry will look. With so many choices available online or in hardware stores, your head will be spinning after just a few minutes of browsing through samples or catalogues. So, to narrow down the choices and quicken the selection process, get to know the common products used in making cabinets and what you should look for to identify the best one for your storage units.

What to check: 

  • What is the type?

Is it classified as soft or hard? Softwood comes from evergreen trees that bear needles such as cedar, pine, and spruce. Hardwood comes from trees that are broad-leafed such as birch, cherry, hickory, maple, and oak. Softwood has a faster growth rate, is generally less expensive, but has lower density and poorer fire resistance compared to hardwood. It is easier to work with though, making it a popular choice for construction and crafts. Hardwood may be more expensive, but it is the best choice for high-quality wooden products that need to last because it is denser and has better resistance to fire.

  • What is the color?

Wood comes in a variety of natural colors that range from light to dark hues, and different color variations can be found within the same tree. Plus, you can further enhance or change the shade of your wood by using finishes. This means there are multiple palettes and a number of beautiful possibilities for your kitchen.

  • What is the grain?

To better understand this aspect, you need to know what ‘grain’ means. Basically it is the overall texture, alignment, and patterns that appear in wood. Each tree has distinctive markings and patterns, so each piece of wood from that tree will have a unique design. Here are some basic grain patterns:

a. Straight – straight and vertical

b. Arch – Inverted V or U

c. Curly – circular

d. Spiral – funnel or tornado-like

e. Wavy – wave-like

f. Fine – invisible or inconspicuous

g. Cross – lines that run parallel to the sides of the wood 


1. Red Oak

It is strong, durable, and not too expensive. It comes in a variety of finishes and styles, and has pronounced grain patterns. This hardwood has a coarse grain with a variety of patterns from straight to distinct sweeping arches.

Commonly used for: custom-made, semicustom cabinets and is often used for traditional styles, but can blend beautifully with other designs as well.

2. White Oak

It is a bit stronger but is as durable as Red Oak. It has a more subtle grain and more golden tones. Oak is extraordinarily abundant in America (which makes it one of the most popular and affordable choices), and it can withstand dents, scratches, and rough treatment better than other types of wood.

Commonly used for: custom cabinetry that goes for a period or Arts and Craft design.

3. Cherry

It is hard enough to withstand marring and knocks. It tends to be expensive and is considered a luxury wood. It is a smooth, fine-grain wood that has a red to reddish-brown color that mellows and deepens with age, but some like to have it stained for a more uniformed tint. It provides warmth, charm, and personality resulting to a more appealing dynamic to your home.    

Commonly used for: traditional styles to achieve a formal and elegant look or for a more contemporary design.

4. Hickory

It is as strong as oak and has a similar grain pattern to it too, but has a lighter creamy, pale yellow color. Due to its light hue, it can be stained with a natural and clear finish to complement its blonde tones. It has streaks that add natural and unique accents to your cabinetry.

Commonly used for: rustic cabinets (because of its beautiful, unique graining) and rarely for semicustom or custom-made varieties.

 5. Hard Maple

It is a bit more expensive than oak but is less dense. It is popular for its durability and shock resistance, and has a light color and fine grains. Like hickory, it can be stained with a clear and natural finish when wanting to achieve a more contemporary look.   

Commonly used for: customized and semi-custom cabinetry that have a modern character suitable for a dramatic kitchen with darker finishes or a light, airy ambiance.

6. Pine

It is the only species of softwood that is used in making cabinets. It dents more easily than hardwood varieties but is a popular choice for country-style kitchens. This is because it has knots and is a pale yellow wood that can be stained, resulting to an effect of a more traditional style.   

Commonly used for: country-themed cabinets; the Western and Eastern white pine are usually used in some semicustom product lines.

7. Ash

It is similar to oak in terms of durability and strength, but it has a more pronounced figure and has a light color. It is a wood variety with straight grains and can be stained with a natural and clear finish for a more contemporary appearance. 

Commonly used for: custom work with a modern look, but can also be seen in limited semicustom lines. 

8. Birch

It is inexpensive and durable. It has a close grain with straight, wavy, or curly patterns that can create the effect of lush beauty. It is a bit darker than maple and can be mistaken for a more expensive wood variety as it finishes well. It can look like faux maple or cherry when it is stained. However, it is prone to irregular coloring.   

Commonly used for: a variety of looks due its versatility (from a formal appeal to a more casual look), and for kitchens that exude coziness and charm. 


With so many beautiful choices for wood materials, you can have more freedom in creating cabinets that are unique and complementary to your home’s personality. Don’t forget to consider your budget and the overall theme that you are aiming for when choosing what wood and style to go with. If you would like help in deciding what design and material to go for, get in touch with us and we’ll be happy to schedule an appointment to discuss your kitchen remodeling details.

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 Bonus Tips:

– Since hardwood tends to be more costly, some people opt to use this material as a veneer over plywood or other substrates to reduce costs.

– As the moisture content of wood changes, it starts to warp. This is why wood should be finished on both sides before it leaves the factory.

– To prevent warping, unfinished cabinetry should be finished as soon as possible.

– If you live in high-humidity areas, go for veneered cabinets since they tend to be more stable than solid lumber storage units.


Kitchen Trends that Will Be a Hit in 2015

Hot Kitchen Remodeling Trends for 2015

Back in the time of our great-grandmothers, the kitchen was a room separated from the rest of the household because it was a sweatshop with unattractive compartments (think brick oven smeared with ash and chicken feathers strewn all over the floor). Today, thanks to developments in technology and interior design, the kitchen boasts glamour and sleekness. It is now a room that we are proud to show off and entertain guests in.

 No wonder kitchen remodeling is so popular among homeowners nowadays. This home improvement project gives an excellent return on investment. It adds significantly to the resale value of your house, provides better ergonomics, and allows improved storage solutions. The kitchen is also considered by many as the ‘heart of the home’ because it is usually the busiest section of the house that every member of the household uses.

There are different kinds of remodeling jobs you can do in your kitchen to greet the new year. You can do a full-scale renovation and change the whole interior design and layout. You can just add new fixtures and paint your walls a new color if your budget is limited. Or if you want to spruce it up but not spend for a total remodeling project, then you can enhance or change your cabinets and bring in new appliances.

Whatever kind of kitchen improvement you want to do, you know you want to get the most out of your expenses. You want to get results that will give added value to your property, better living conditions to your family, and increased aesthetic appeal to your cooking area. To make sure you achieve that, invest in these kitchen remodeling ideas that will increase the real estate price of your home and provide a look that will be hot in 2015 and even beyond. 



These devices add to the functionality of your kitchen so having the right ones is important. A great thing about investing in these kitchen items is you don’t have to change all your pieces at once. You can get more efficient appliances one piece at a time.                           

1. Panini Maker – Together with the juicer and smoothie maker, this item is becoming a must-have in households as more families are becoming more health-conscious. With most moms and dads juggling multiple tasks at one time (making breakfast while finalizing the kids’ schedule for the day) it can be challenging to make sure everyone eats healthy. But with these gadgets, whipping up nutritious sandwiches and juices will be easier despite the morning rush hour.

2. Installed Coffee Makers – Nowadays, starting the day without a cup of joe is just impossible. Coffee has become so embedded in our culture that it’s not enough to get a cup of your regular at your favorite café before going to work. People now want to be able to enjoy a latte or cappuccino in the comforts of their own kitchen as they chit-chat with friends over the phone or as they make their grocery list.



Caption: Sending emails while putting groceries away in the fridge, anyone?


3. Smart Appliances – Saving energy and efficiency are two of the top concerns of homeowners. They want to get a lot done without having to use too much power. And this is where smart appliances come in. Energy star products assure electricity savings whereas computerized devices let you do multiple tasks at once. People want all that combined into one—electronic items that are interactive, cyber-smart, computer-regulated, and multifunctional. Imagine a refrigerator that has TV/DVD features, Internet abilities, and email messaging. Sounds pretty cool, right?

4. Designer Dishwashers – Forget about the kids fighting over whose going to do the dishes. I the future the chore of washing plates and cookware is an easier task with the help of ingenious dishwashers that let you wash and store utensils without the need to transfer anymore. There are even designs that let you do big loads of up to 20 place settings at once. Cleaning up after those dinner parties will be no problem!

5. Dual-fuel Ranges – Most manufacturers now offer models that combine the power of a gas range and the even performance of an electric stove. You can enjoy these appliances in various styles such as the classic cast iron or more modern stainless steel. They even come in different attractive colors that will make them an additional decorative piece in your kitchen rather than just a piece of metal that is loved more for its function rather than beauty.


Storage is one of the biggest features we look into when designing our kitchen. We want to make sure we have a place for everything and that food and other items will be kept safe and well-preserved. Plus, we want our floor space to be as free flowing as possible to allow uninterrupted activity while we go about chatting with our family while chopping ingredients. That is why cabinets are still a vital aspect in achieving the desired look and ambiance in your kitchen in 2015 and beyond.


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Caption: Can you imagine cooking in a kitchen as lovely as this?

 1. Modern Day Cabinetry – Minimalism and custom-made is the core concept of this look. This uses innovative surfaces like semitranslucent glass, bamboo, aluminum, and high-gloss lacquer. Storage design includes handle-less and touch-latch doors, floating units, and systems concealed behind sliding doors. To tie in to the ‘neutrality’ and minimalism, white is the color of choice. However, if an all white cooking area is too scary for you, then opt for metallic surfaces. The key is to create a space that is un-fussy, clean, uncluttered, simple, and seamless (where appliances seem to be extensions of the cabinets).

2. Wooden Units – Say goodbye to one-toned units. The trend is to mix warm hues with pale tones to go for a driftwood-inspired theme. The objective is to create an overall ‘grayish’ and relaxed interior. Some materials that are gaining popularity today are oak, cherry, maple, and walnut. However, the use of dark wood tones is still popular so you can still go with this motif if desired.



 With a fresh coat of paint and new cabinet door handles or with a new sink or a fancy stove hood, your kitchen will be transformed or revitalized. And you get to do this by spending just a few bucks!

 1. Classic Metal Finishes – That’s right, stainless steel is not the must-have fixture anymore. Kitchen design trends are now showing faucets and cabinet handles in oil-rubbed bronze or brushed chrome or nickel. If you want to add to the visual appeal, you can combine cool and warm reflective metals, such as using accents of chrome with copper or brass. These kinds of handles, knobs, and faucets provide more warmth to the room, thus creating a cozier ambiance. And who doesn’t like homey kitchens?

 2. Sexy Stove Hoods – Cooking is the main activity that happens in a kitchen, so why not give more love and character to your range by giving its hood a makeover? Do away with the bland and boxy hood that you commonly see above stoves and go for one that has more shape and appeal. You can choose a curvy unit made from treated glass or one that has a spice rack as an added feature. With a more beautiful range, you’ll be more inspired to spend time with it.


Overall Theme

If an overall makeover is what you want for your kitchen, then you need to select a design that will still blend in with the other areas of your home to not disrupt the harmony and overall appeal of your abode. Unless making your kitchen stand out is your objective.

1. Pop of Color – If you’re going for an all-white or earth-toned kitchen, add small appliances or accents that can break the monotony and add something interesting to space. For example, seat cushion covers in aqua green will be eye-catching pieces in a room washed in white. A potted green plant surrounded by oak cabinets and furniture can get the right kind of attention.

2. Open Floor Plan – Gone are the days when the kitchen was an area meant to be hidden from guests. Today, it is a place to entertain and welcome family and friends, the ‘heart of the home’ as mentioned earlier. This has led to the trend of allowing the kitchen to be more open to the other parts of the house. Some even opt to have whole walls torn down so the kitchen can easily be accessed from the dining and family room. If you think this design will work well with your home, just make sure to incorporate accents and key elements that will tie it up well with the other rooms. You can hang paintings from the same artist or use the same color palette in the other areas of your home.

3. Continuing Value – Consumers today tend to opt for designs that will last for many years, something trend-proof. Using laminates or veneers are becoming more common. Cabinets that will look good today and 10 years from now are important. So make sure you are going for something classic yet stylish.

So, did you pick up any ideas for your kitchen remodeling? Let us know what plans you have in mind so we can start drawing up the details of your soon-to-be trendy and functional ‘new’ kitchen.


BY: Jim Scott


Is it Better to Replace or Reface Kitchen Cabinets?

To Replace or Reface? That is the Big Question

So, you’re going to change your kitchen cabinets. Planning this home improvement project can be exciting as you imagine the new looks you can achieve with a new color or theme. But through the course of your planning, you will encounter big dilemmas in finalizing your remodeling plans ( One of the biggest challenges is deciding whether you should go with cabinet refacing or replacing.

Let’s check out the following points and decide what option is best for your kitchen renovation.


This process involves: 1) installing brand new drawer fronts and cabinet doors; 2) painting or refinishing your existing storage areas; 3) installing new laminate veneer or new wood over existing cabinetry and drawers. To achieve a completely different look, the interiors of your cabinets can also be sanded, stained, or painted. Finally, new pulls, hinges, and handles are added to complete the transformation.

This is a great alternative for homeowners who can’t afford an overall remodeling of their cabinets since the costs are around 50 percent less and the work can be done in a shorter amount of time. Another great advantage is your kitchen can still be functional and your activities in the area won’t be disrupted that much since the process won’t require moving appliances. Families who can’t stall meal schedules will find this helpful. This is also beneficial in lessening your impact on the environment since you’ll be using less cabinet hardware and wood, glass, or other materials.


This requires taking down your existing cabinetry and replacing everything with new storage units. Obviously this means more cost and time spent on your kitchen remodeling. But before you disregard this option and stick to refacing, you should know that sometimes the latter process won’t work. Some sample situations are: 1) your current cabinets are not functional and are too small for your wide pans, tall fruit reserve jars, or other kitchenware; 2) your existing storage isn’t made of high-quality materials and is in bad shape already. Basically, if you need to redo your kitchen layout or change the overall design, then replacing is the way to go to achieve that.


A combination of refacing and replacing cabinetry is an option that not many homeowners think of. But this can actually be a great idea to consider when you need to improve the functionality and layout of just some of your cabinets while other units can be rehabbed. If you are also planning to bring in new appliances that won’t fit into your existing storage layout, then you can just replace the shelves or drawers located near the assigned spot of your new oven or refrigerator to accommodate its shape and size.


To determine what remodeling process will be best, you first need to identify what you want to achieve with the layout, functionality, and look of your new kitchen. Then consult with kitchen remodeling specialists like us and so we can plan the best design together.   


BY: Jim Scott


Remodel Your Kitchen to Increase Property Salability

Invest in the Right Kitchen Remodeling to Increase Your Property Salability

kitchen-remodeling-to-increase-property-salabilityKitchen Remodeling is one of the top 5 home improvements that bring the greatest percentage on investment. According to U.S. News this renovation adds 82.7 percent of the project’s cost to a property’s value. And because it is one of the most utilized rooms in a house, a functional and attractive kitchen adds to a home’s salability too.

It comes as no surprise then that homeowners are willing to take on the costs and amount of work needed to enhance their kitchen’s appeal. But this doesn’t mean that you can go with just any remodeling idea. You still need to determine what type of home improvement will raise the market value of your home.

Question: What should I consider when deciding on what kitchen renovations to go with? 

Answer: First, if your objective is to sell your house quickly, then you want to penetrate your target audience efficiently. Know the preferences and needs of your potential market and go for remodeling jobs that will appeal to them. For instance, if more buyers are looking for single family-friendly housing in Livermore, transform your kitchen into a cozy and efficient nook where mom, dad, and the kids will enjoy sharing meals and chatting before and after a busy day of work and school.

Second, you need to consider the recent market prices in Livermore or your locality to determine if your home improvement expense can deliver a solid cost-to-value ratio. To get help in determining how big of a return you can get on your kitchen remodeling, get in touch with a reputable real estate agent in your area. Take note that major renovations usually don’t return actual profits but they tend to help your house sell quicker.

Finally, know your budget. Yes an overall renovation that transforms your kitchen into a first-class chef’s workshop can make your home stand out in the market, but it can also drain your savings. So be realistic but creative. If you can’t afford new cabinets, then hire an experienced woodworker from Scott’s Quality Kitchens to reface your current cabinetry. With our experience and skill, we can give your storage units a beautiful makeover that will impress potential homebuyers.

Question: What are the best kitchen remodeling projects to invest in?

Answer: As you browse home improvement guides, you’ll notice there are just so many great tips on how to improve your property’s salability. But try not to get too carried away with everything you read or hear about. Know what renovation trends are marketable, but be careful not to select ideas that will be popular for just one season. For example, going green is a practice that is encouraged not only for this decade but for a lifetime due to the ongoing power shortage and global warming issues. So investing in energy-efficient appliances is a move that will make your kitchen more efficient and up-to-date.

Next, invest in custom cabinets. The wrong kind of storage units can negatively affect the personality, functionality, and organization of your kitchen. That is why you have to select cabinetry that fits the layout and interior design you are looking for.

You don’t have to spend too much on new furniture and decorations as the future homeowners can take care of that. In fact, they might prefer to bring in their own décor and furnishings to add their personal touch to the place. Focus instead on the key components—appliances and cabinets.

Deciding on the right kind of kitchen remodeling can’t happen with just a snap of your fingers. But with the help of reliable specialists in the home improvement and real estate selling industry, you can make wiser and more worthwhile renovating investments.


By: Jim Scott


Importance of Building Permits for Kitchen Remodeling

Kitchen Remodeling Building Permits: Do You Really Need One?

Before we go into the details about acquiring home improvement permits, let’s get to know the story of a fictional couple who got an unbelievable bargain for a huge house in Pleasanton. Sure, it needed some repairs, but how could they pass up the opportunity? Besides, they could forego labor costs and do the work themselves. So they moved in and started to fix up the holes in the floors and walls, cracks in the windows, and leaks in the pipes.

One day, they invited a neighbor into their home to give him a tour. As they went downstairs to show him the basement, the neighbor stepped on a newly repaired step when the tread suddenly gave way. His foot got stuck and when they finally got his foot out, he hurriedly stormed out of the house despite the couple apologizing profusely. “He surely won’t be coming to our house warming party,” they joked. He surely wouldn’t, but he’d be bringing them a welcome gift—asking a settlement for the injury he incurred. And since the couple didn’t have a building permit and didn’t comply with the local construction codes they had no choice but to pay him.    

The moral of the story is ‘it’s better to be safe than sorry’. Now this scenario could or could not happen to you in real life, especially because you’re planning to get work done on your kitchen and not your basement—no need to worry about hazardous staircases, right? But the ‘being safe’ part is not only for your visitors or basement, but for you and your whole house as well. So how can you be safe?

To begin with, get a building permit before doing your kitchen remodeling project. This document is not just a piece of paper that allows you to break down walls and install new cabinets. It is proof that someone knowledgeable has reviewed and spotted errors in your construction plans before work begins. And once your home improvement is being done, inspectors will make sure that life-threatening errors are corrected before the job is completed.

Does it mean you need to get a remodeling permit even when you’re just going to change your countertop? The answer depends on what city or municipality you are living in. Local building codes vary from one place to another. That’s why it is always best to go to your town’s division office that is in charge of handing out construction permits to inquire about the requirements for the kitchen improvements you are planning to do. In Pleasanton, you should go to The City of Pleasanton Building and Safety Division. Before going there, know what documents you need to prepare and the process when applying for a permit at the official website of Pleasanton City.

If you need help in making plans for your kitchen cabinet remodeling plans, Scott’s Quality Kitchens will be happy to prepare your desired design and assist with the documents needed for your permit application. Set an appointment today so we can start processing the building requirements and get to work on giving your kitchen a beautiful new look.


By Jim Scott


Avoiding Damage and Accidents with Earthquake-Proof Cabinets

Earthquake-Proof Cabinets to Avoid Damage and Accidents  

Living in California can be full of relaxation, sunshine, and fun, especially if you live in one of its quaint, picturesque towns like Danville. You get to enjoy a vibrant and scenic environment and still have upscale amenities and everyday convenience. But of course, something so good must come with a price, right? There is a small downside when you live here—you need to be prepared for some shaking and trembling. The Golden State is located on the Andreas Fault so it has several thousands of earthquakes each year. But these tremors are mostly so small that they can hardly be felt. The last major earthquake was in August 2014 (as of when this article was written) and caused leaks and gas main breaks and resulted to 16 buildings being labeled as ‘uninhabitable’ (as reported by BBC).

Whether you are a new or seasoned resident in this state, it pays to be prepared for a high-magnitude quake in California. Not only can you House-Earthquake-300x225minimize the damage to your home, you can also avoid accidents. Luckily, there are organizations that can train you and service providers that can help you inspect and implement safety measures. But there are precautions you can take and do on your own. One of these is securing your cabinets. You keep a lot of stuff in these storage units and some of them hang from your walls, so if a big tremor happens they can turn into big hazards. The doors fly open unleashing huge objects flying across the room and glass or ceramic ware crashing to the floor—resulting to possible damage and injuries.

So, what to do?

 Make sure your cabinets are…

 ..installed and/or made by specialists.

Poorly made cabinets can easily break, crack, or fall even in not-so-strong earthquakes. The same goes for units that are installed by non-professionals. Imagine how scary it would be to see your brand new cabinetry (that you just spent thousands of dollars on) come crashing to the ground during a slight tremor. Your heart rate will speed up due to the shaking and the horror of realizing your money has fallen to the pits of the earth. But you don’t have to suffer that nightmare. Get in touch with us here Scott’s Quality Kitchens and we’ll help you make sturdy cabinets or assist you in earthquake-proofing your existing storage units.

…secured from the inside.

Your china, jars, glasses, and other kitchen utensils can shift and break during a strong quake. A solution to saving your precious ceramic and glassware is lining the interiors of your cabinet with rubberized shelf mats. You can typically get them from hardware or variety stores and they’re usually sold as pre-cut squares or rolls. For your expensive dinner plates, place a mat between each plate in the stack to give them extra protection. Aside from that, place hazardous and heavier items on the lower or ground-level shelves to reduce the center of gravity.

…protected from the outside.

Equip your storage units with latches to prevent cabinet doors from flying open. There are several types of latches you can buy with varying security and price ranges, such as:

1. Child-proof – allows the door to close automatically and is budget-friendly, but requires some getting used to because you need to reach inside the cabinet to release the latch.

2. Hook and eye – another affordable option, but requires you to manually lock the door every time you need to get a glass or another utensil from inside so you need to make it a habit to secure the hook in place after closing the cabinet.

3. Push – holds the door firmly shut; is mounted inside the door and requires being pushed gently inward to lock and unlock.

As the famous saying goes, prevention is better than the cure. So don’t let those shakes and trembles cause major damage or accidents in your kitchen and other areas of your home.

By Jim Scott


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Tired of your old kitchen cabinet look? Scott’s Quality Kitchen of Danville suggest giving your kitchen a makeover. How about Refacing your kitchen cabinets which is a great way to give your kitchen a whole new

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