By Kyung Janssen. Cabinet Finishes. Published at Sunday, January 13th, 2019 - 06:51:38 AM.
If you can’t find any kitchen cabinet design style that does not fit your taste, you can always look for custom design cabinet manufacturers which can help you turn your designs into reality. Craftsmen and mill work manufacturers can customize any style or look you want and can create specialty moldings, carvings and decorative details based on your preference.
The type of paint used for wooden kitchen cabinetry are acrylic enamel paint, water based paints or alkyd paints. Acrylic or waterbased paints are a type of paint which can easily be cleaned off with water. They contain less fumes and are often odorless. Alkyd paints, on the other hand, are oil based and typically have a strong odor. Instead of using water for clean up, alkyd paints use mineral spirits.
One important thing to consider when using wood stains is the species of wood that you are using. Some woods tend to absorb wood stains better while others soak in less stains. Overall, this finish creates emphasis and a highlighting effect on wooden cabinetry.
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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