By Quartilla Jayden. Cabinet Finishes. Published at Friday, January 04th, 2019 - 21:12:26 PM.
Glaze usually comes in a variety of colors like bronze, mocha, cream, white, coffee, etc. There are two popular glazing finishes used for kitchen cabinets namely : white glaze and dark glaze. White glaze is typically applied on white painted cabinets, while dark glaze is usually used for stained cabinets. Others combine both in order to produce a more antique look.
Some advantages of acrylic finish cabinets include high durability, ability to withstand wear and tear from everyday use, and resistance to scratches. In addition to that, acrylic finish kitchen cabinet doors are easy to clean. However there are still a few drawbacks to this type of cabinet finish. Since acrylic finishes have a glossy look, fingerprints and dirt are more visible in the cabinet’s surface, thus requiring frequent wiping and regular cleaning. In addition to that, an acrylic finish is also more expensive compared to other kitchen cabinet finishes.
The slab kitchen cabinet style is the most plain and simple cabinet door design because of its frameless appearance. Slab style cabinet doors take after its name and are characterized by a single, unornamented piece of flat wood. It has no embellishments such as decorative molding or edgings and is ungrooved.
Shaker style kitchen cabinets are typically matched with light colored countertops, while the decor such as the appliance and cabinet hardware vary depending on the look you want to achieve.
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