Published at Monday, January 28th, 2019 - 01:26:46 AM. Cabinet Finishes. By Quartilla Jayden.
High quality American wood are the primary material used for Shaker style kitchen cabinets. Examples of which are cherry, hickory, quarter sawn oak and cherry. All of which are notable for their resilience and durability. These type of kitchen cabinets are often left in their natural finish, but can also be painted or stained. Staining is used to enhance the richness of the wood while paints are used to create a more light and airy feel. White, beige and gray paint are some best options if you want to create a more update look using Shaker style kitchen cabinets.
Another variation of the traditional cabinet style is the “double traditional kitchen cabinet style”. This design makes use of double rounded arches, instead of one, found both on the top and bottom of the panel. The arch design is produced through the use of deep grooves which produces a prominent shadow effect. When it comes to cost, the single arch design and the double arch design have the same price.
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