By Wioleta Daan. Cabinet Finishes. Published at Monday, January 14th, 2019 - 05:43:16 AM.
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.
Paint is available in a limitless number of shades, allowing homeowners to customize their own kitchen cabinetry in any color that suits their personal preference and style. Aside from that.there are several paint finishes that one can choose from. One popular example of such is the Duco paint finish which gives wooden kitchen cabinets an opaque finish that hides its natural grains. This type of paint finish can also be used to achieve a high gloss, semi gloss, satin or flat finish. It gives kitchen cabinetry a smooth surface and an expensive and luxurious look.
They come in a limited number of styles and colors. Semi-custom cabinets have more configurations and options for style to work better in your kitchen.
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.
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