Published at Monday, January 28th, 2019 - 01:26:39 AM. Cabinet Finishes. By Quartilla Jayden.
Staining brings out the natural graining pattern of wood. The knots and grains of wood absorb the stain, leaving them with a darker color and a more highlighted appearance. It gives off a handcrafted look to kitchen cabinets, while allowing their natural beauty to stand out. Wood stain can be easily applied to kitchen cabinets by hand rubbing or using a cloth.
Glazed – Glazing is a type of finishing for kitchen cabinet doors which make use of a “glaze” or a transparent or semi transparent coating that is applied on top of a cabinet that has been painted or stained. The purpose of glazing is to add color or to provide a glossy shine to kitchen cabinets. Glazing also highlights design details in a kitchen cabinet door, such as decorative embellishments, moldings, corners and other carvings. It is considered as a premium type of kitchen cabinet finish.
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