Published at Monday, March 11th, 2019 - 00:56:27 AM. Cabinet Finishes. By Jung Visser.
An inset kitchen cabinet style is characterized by a design in which the drawers and doors fully fit inside the cabinet face frame openings. Typically, most kitchen cabinet styles use the “overlay” construction in which the doors and the headers are slightly larger than the openings in the frame, thus they appear to be slightly raised. With such, the door and the headers also seem to be constructed in an overlapping manner.
This finish provides durability, resistance to heat and keeps cabinets from corroding. Varnishes are traditionally made up of a combination of resin and oils. As it dries, the result is a hard surface and a fade resistant finish on cabinets. Varnishes also come in a variety of colors. Tinted varnishes have rich colors which can be used to show off the graining pattern of wood more. Aside from traditional and tinted varnishes, other types of this finish include catalyzed varnish, which is a fast acting varnish that is more durable and corrosion resistant, and polyurethane varnish, which is thicker and creates a glossy appearance for kitchen cabinets.
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