By Nyx Van de Berg. Cabinet Finishes. Published at Tuesday, January 01st, 2019 - 03:47:36 AM.
Materials used for shaker style cabinets are quality types of woods like maple, cherry, quartersawn oak and hickory. In terms of the finishes, shaker style cabinets are typically left raw and in their natural wood finish. However, the finishing of shaker style cabinets can be modified according to the prevailing style of the home.
Think about adding in new functional elements like lazy Susans and pull-out shelving. Consider even adding under-cabinet LED task lights for truly modern touch.
Glazed kitchen cabinets come in two forms. First, is a pre-glazed kitchen door which is already ready made and finished, while the other one would still include self application of a store bought glaze. The glazing process involves painting or staining the cabinet first, and then allowing it to cte for some time. Once the paint or stain has dried, a thin coat of glaze is applied over the cabinet door, using a brush, and then the excess is wiped. The glaze is then allowed to cure and once fully dried, a top coat of polyurethane is added.
A beadboard is a row of narrow wood planks that are lined up vertically. Each wood plank has a little ridge in between or a joint where the planks meet which is called a bead. The type of construction that a beadboard panel has traditionally follows a tongue and groove connection in which the tongue of the plank is inserted into the groove of the next plank, perfectly joining the pieces of planks together to form a whole panel of vertical slats.
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