Since a long time, Victorian homes display lavish moldings around doors and windows are regarded as rich in the artistic forms of the Victorian Style. The Victorian styles are adopted since a long time in many parts of the world mostly due to their exquisite design details which usually contain top moldings that are a combination of deep crown with square block rows of dental trim. In the Victorian style furnitures as well there are fine designs in the upper corners and classic fluted moldings going down the sides. Most of the designs are extra deep and grooved for detail.
The Victorian style reflects the grand style of the British Empire, and the kitchen cabinetry is a formal and impressive style inspired to suit the overall designs of a home. In most of the Victorian style cabinets are available in darker-stained wood cabinetry, elaborate details, high wall cabinets, large moldings, glass doors and fancy hardware.Today, the Victorian cabinetry represents a major change in the production methods, and has shifted from handmade to machine-made. In the Victorian style cabinetry, the Quarter-sawn oak was the most frequently used hard wood. Other Victorian details include the introduction of glass into front panels and an interior wainscoting of narrow beadboard.
There are a large number of suppliers of Victorian cabinets. Manufactured with the state of the art machineries and high quality materials, the Victorian style cabinets are quite expensive and also in great demand.