By Szilvia Luuk. Cabinet Finishes. Published at Saturday, March 02nd, 2019 - 07:47:35 AM.
The mullion kitchen cabinet style is the perfect fit for traditional, classic and transitional kitchens. It embodies timelessness and elegance, while giving off a traditional feel to kitchens. However, it can also be used in more contemporary settings, as the design is highly customizable too. Using textured accent window paired with streamlined brushed metal hardware can easily update the look of traditional mullion kitchen cabinet doors.
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.
A basic Shaker front can also work for a modern kitchen. Just make sure you keep it clean and simple. You do not want very many decorative touches. Keep detailing to a minimum. Avoid rounded elements and deep contouring, as they give off a more traditional feel. You want sharp and sleek cabinet doors.
Paint is available in a limitless number of shades, allowing homeowners to customize their own kitchen cabinetry in any color that suits their personal preference and style. Aside from that.there are several paint finishes that one can choose from. One popular example of such is the Duco paint finish which gives wooden kitchen cabinets an opaque finish that hides its natural grains. This type of paint finish can also be used to achieve a high gloss, semi gloss, satin or flat finish. It gives kitchen cabinetry a smooth surface and an expensive and luxurious look.
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