Wooden Brackets
Tucson wood brackets
Tucson wood brackets
Sarasota wood brackets for kitchen countertop
Sarasota wood brackets
Melbourne carved wood shelf brackets
Melbourne wood brackets
Carolina wood brackets
Carolina wood brackets
Wichita carved wood brackets
Wichita wood brackets
Chicago wood brackets
Chicago wood brackets

Adding Panache to Your Kitchen Remodel with Wooden Brackets

If you're remodeling your kitchen, you're probably thinking of the kind of cabinets you would like, the style of pulls or knobs should be used or what kind of countertops and in what colors would work best for your kitchen revamp. But while you're considering these options for your kitchen remodel, think about the structural aspects while reflecting on expressing your unique style at the same time. The application of wood brackets in strategic places in your new kitchen can make a minor update into a major attraction.

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Think about adding a few of our beautiful wood brackets to support the countertop - especially if using a solid material, such as granite or concrete. This not only is stylish, the wooden brackets also help distribute the weight of the overhang on those heavy countertops. You don't need to have a super heavy countertop to justify the use of brackets.

If you're replacing your cabinets, adding wooden brackets after the new cabinet installation can certainly add a bit of flair and panache to any style. But even if you're just updating the doors and drawers, think about augmenting the style with wood brackets.

Don't forget about the upper cabinets. Wood brackets placed under the wall cabinets offer the illusion of support as well as adding an artistic element. Placing a couple of wooden brackets against the cabinets over the sink will add some decorative punch.

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There is a wooden bracket to appeal to almost any style. From classical to contemporary to modern to whimsical - our selection of wood brackets is sure to answer the need to express your own personal style.

The style of our wood brackets carved with acanthus leaf harkens back to ancient Greece, with the leaf design on the front and swirl with floral detail on the sides - suitable for large kitchens that beg for an equally large dose of style. The Vienna wood brackets, with its graceful scroll and leaf motif is smaller, but no less dramatic. The Delray Craftsman wood bracket is carved with just the right amount of detail - not too much, not too little. The Wilton style of wooden bracket may be unembellished, but that certainly does not mean boring. The graceful curves of the Ventura wood bracket are sure to add charm to the most modest of kitchen renovations.

Plain or fancy, structural or decorative, our wooden brackets add a layer of sophistication that you just won't get with a standard kitchen remodel. The boost of style you get by including these beautiful wood brackets to your kitchen remodel is sure to please you and your guests for years to come.

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wood brackets for countertops
What is a Wood Bracket? A wood bracket is a structural element which supports furniture and architectural elements such as shelves, bookcases, plant hangers, mantles and more. Wood brackets are essential for support of kitchen countertops, especially if it is a granite counter. Brackets are very similar to wood corbels in function; however, brackets are generally thinner than corbels, and often decorated with cut away carvings. Corbels and wood brackets are both architectural accents but brackets, being narrower, are great for countertop bars and for supporting wider shelves.... read more about wood brackets and what's the difference between corbels and brackets >>

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wood brackets - size and quantity determination
Most often wood brackets used to support shelves or for additional support of the kitchen counter. To use wood brackets as a shelf support you have to select the right size wood bracket. To do so, you have to make sure that the depth of the wood bracket covers about 70% of the overall shelf depth, making the shelf more secure. For heavier shelves and countertops, it is better to select a wood brackets that are 1 or 2 inches smaller than the depth of the shelf or countertop. With a wide variety of wood bracket's styles and sizes available, choosing the right brackets... read on how to determine correct size and quantity of wood brackets >>