By Kyung Janssen. Cabinet Finishes. Published at Sunday, January 13th, 2019 - 06:51:38 AM.
Finishes are the final step added to kitchen cabinetry after they undergo construction. The purpose of finishing materials is to add color, enhance aesthetics and at the same time, provide added protection to kitchen cabinets. there are several options to choose from when deciding on the right finish for your cabinet, and each has their own positive and negative features. Here are some types of kitchen cabinet door finishes :
These features (or lack of features, rather) draw attention to the crisp lines of the kitchen cabinets.These days you will find cabinets sold in every color. A two-tone paint job is very common, wood with a bolder color looking very different.
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.
The glass insert kitchen cabinet style makes use of a glass panel instead of a full solid wood cabinet door face. Also known as the glass framed door, this type of kitchen cabinet design can use either clear glass, smoked or frosted glass, colored glass or textured glass. The most common type of glass panel used for this design is the clear glass which allows the users to see the contents of the cabinets without having to open the door. Alternatively, frosted glass can be used if you want to keep clutter out of sight while still providing variation in the finishes and breaking off the heaviness of solid wood cabinetry. Frosted glass is also more commonly used for more modern and contemporary designs.
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