By Gyorgyike Baas. Cabinet Finishes. Published at Sunday, January 13th, 2019 - 08:13:05 AM.
Salvaged wood can still look good in a modern kitchen, but it needs to be in the right design.Yellow and red finishes on wood look very traditional. For a more modern look, pick natural wood tones or warm brown finishes.
When buying cabinets, make sure they are quality. You used to be able to tell by checking for drawers with dovetail joints, but now manufacturers offer premium feature son even lower end cabinets.
One major drawback of this type of kitchen cabinet finish is that it has the tendency to chip and wear over time. Acrylic – Acrylic finish is a type of non toxic finish that is mainly composed of acrylic acid. It gives kitchen cabinets a high gloss finish that is ultra smooth and has a sleek, mirror like appearance. Acrylic is available in a wide range of colors which can suit a variety of kitchen palettes. This type of finish is also known to last for years, without fading or discoloration.
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.
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