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4 Benefits of Oak Kitchen Doors

by Amelia Gray
Face Your Kitchen Columnist

Considering oak for your kitchen cabinet refacing project? Check out our top list of why oak kitchen doors are the first choice for many homeowners.

Oak Kitchen Doors: Top Benefits

  • Durability: Oak and other hard woods are known for their resilience to years of use and wear. This durable material is made to withstand weight, use and stress for years to come. While you may pay more than you would for less expensive woods like pine or laminate, the years of use you'll find with oak make your investment worth it in the long run.
  • Versatility: Unlike other materials, you can paint or stain oak to the color palette you desire. Natural oak has a honeyed shade, but staining it can bring out whatever color you'd like for your kitchen.
  • Resistance: Oak is naturally resistant to mold and mildew, which can add years to its use when you need to install cabinets around sinks or dishwashers. The hard wood is even resistant to scratches.
  • Adaptability: Oak is an adaptable material that works in a number of styles. Whether you're installing flat-panel cabinets in a modern kitchen or going for a more traditional look, this is a cabinet style that is built to blend in.

Oak kitchen doors are a smart choice for these reasons and more. Learn more about oak kitchen doors and start your kitchen cabinet refacing project today.





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