By Gyorgyike Baas. Cabinet Finishes. Published at Sunday, January 06th, 2019 - 00:46:11 AM.
The shaker style cabinet design originated during the American colonial era and was characterized by their simplicity and functional aesthetic.This design veers away from ornamentation and has a utilitarian design. Shaker style cabinets are known for their sturdy build, the use of quality wood materials and a design made up of a paneled door with rail frames.
Paint is readily available in most home improvement stores at an affordable cost. In addition to that, paint can be easily applied and may be undertaken as a DIY project. Painting kitchen cabinets can either be done by hand application using a paintbrush or roller brush. Alternatively, it can also be applied by spraying using a paint compressor.
Louvered kitchen cabinet doors make use of horizontal wood slats that are evenly space between each other. Louvers are typically used in windows, interior doors and furniture pieces, but adapting them into a kitchen cabinet door design adds a distinct amount of visual interest to the space.
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.
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