What is a Classic Cabinet?

Classic cabinets are highly prized for their authenticity and allure due to the use of natural wood in their construction, and they are recommended for large kitchens. In the making of this classic style, woods such as oak, walnut, cherry, and others with high durability and beauty are employed, enhancing the kitchen’s aesthetics. The type of wood and its knots add to the overall charm; for instance, oak wood has irregular knots, walnut wood has coarse knots, and oak tree wood features prominent knots.
This kitchen cabinet style is immensely popular among kitchen cabinets because it evokes a nostalgic and distinctive atmosphere in the kitchen. Structurally and aesthetically, it stands in contrast to modern cabinets. Another unique feature of classic kitchen cabinets is their significant depth, which provides more space for storing various items and can even serve as a display cabinet. There is a wide variety of door designs available for classic cabinets that can be engraved, and their handles are typically made of metal (copper or bronze).
Variety and Color Options for Classic Cabinets
Considering that classic cabinets are now available in various colors, customers can choose white, brown, and black colors based on their preferences and to coordinate with the rest of the home decor. Each of these colors adds a different look and feel to the kitchen. For example, white classic cabinets give a luxurious, spacious, and bright appearance to the space, black classic cabinets are suitable for small kitchens, and brown cabinets are used to create a sense of freshness and the natural wood look.
Advantages of Classic Cabinets
Compatibility with various decors due to a warm and diverse range of materials and colors.
Customizable design and production based on customer preferences and requirements.
The option to use them as display cabinets with glass doors.
Capability to harmonize kitchen cabinet designs.
High quality and durability (due to the density and strength of the wood).
Unique beauty and versatility.
Disadvantages of Classic Cabinets
Sensitivity to moisture and heat, often caused by gas stoves or dishwashers.
Longer production process for classic kitchen cabinets (approximately twice as long as membrane cabinets).
High cost of repairing classic cabinets (compared to other kitchen cabinets).
Relatively high price.
Difficulty in the cleaning process of kitchen cabinets.
All Key Points About Classic Cabinets
Here are the essential tips for purchasing and maintaining classic kitchen cabinets based on years of design, production, and installation experience:
Use metal handles made of copper or bronze.
Maintain symmetry in cabinet design.
Incorporate the hood seamlessly into the cabinet design.
Avoid using pull-out drawers with a hydraulic system.
Opt for short and deep compartments.
Choose white classic cabinets or elongated cabinets for smaller kitchens.
Choose dark or coffee-colored classic cabinets for larger kitchens.
Avoid placing sharp objects near the cabinets.
Use a lint-free cloth for cleaning instead of paper towels and other cleaning agents.
The price of classic cabinets
The price of classic cabinets depends on various factors such as the type of material and wood used in the cabinet’s design and production, the dimensions, and the cabinet hardware. If you intend to purchase budget-friendly classic cabinets, using MDF (Medium-Density Fiberboard) is a suitable option. Generally, the price of classic cabinets with natural wood is higher compared to those with artificial wood, but their quality and beauty are significantly superior due to the use of natural wood.
Types of Classic Cabinets
In general, classic kitchen cabinets can be categorized based on material, quality, and design into four groups:
Solid Wood Classic Kitchen Cabinets
Solid wood classic kitchen cabinets are the most authentic type of cabinets, with a history of use dating back over 200 years. In the production of this type of kitchen cabinet, entirely natural wood is used, such as oak, walnut, cherry, maple, and others.

Membrane Classic Kitchen Cabinet
The production process of classic membrane cabinet or PVC cabinet or vacuum cabinet consists of 3 stages:
1- Using raw MDF for measurement
2- Cutting MDF by CNC machine
3- Implementation of pattern and design on MDF wood
4- gluing and so-called “vacuum” coating of the membrane on the MDF wood

Classic kitchen cabinets with wood veneer.

In classic kitchen cabinets with wood veneer, instead of using entirely natural wood material, wood veneer is applied to MDF cabinets. This practice makes the final price more affordable while maintaining suitable quality.

Roman Classic Kitchen Cabinet

The origins of Roman Classic kitchen cabinets are drawn from ancient Roman and Italian influences, which is why they are also referred to as Roman or Italian cabinets. The surface material can be natural stone (such as Carrara marble) or artificial stone. To enhance proportion and beauty, ceramic handles are often used.

Classic White Kitchen Cabinet

While Classic White kitchen cabinets are not a distinct type of cabinet, their high popularity has led us to categorize them as a new group. The advantages of these cabinets include better light reflection, a beautiful and minimalistic kitchen appearance, easy coordination with other kitchen elements, and making the kitchen look more spacious.