By Zaida Levi. Cabinet Hardware. Published at Sunday, January 06th, 2019 - 00:24:36 AM.
The heirloom finish creates an antiqued appearance using stains, glazing and distressing. Before the finish is applied, the kitchen cabinets are subjected to a distressing technique to give it a timeworn look. Sanding, denting and chiseling the edges and corners give the wooden cabinets imperfections. Glaze is then applied to accentuate the details of the door. To create a more rustic and aged appearance, more imperfections may be added.
Kitchen cabinets are traditionally made up of hardwood. The distinct beauty of wood and the natural coziness and appeal that it contributes to spaces make it well loved by most homeowners and designers alike. Aside from the stunning visual aesthetics that wood cabinetry contributes to kitchens, some of its notable characteristics include durability, high customizability, versatility and flexibility.
Ash – Ash is a type of wood that is characterized by a light color and a prominent straight graining pattern. It has a similar durability and strength to oak. Its natural color is highly suited for contemporary kitchen settings. This type of wood is not that common and is typically available only for custom kitchen cabinets.
Unfinished Wood Kitchen Cabinets – Wood in itself is naturally beautiful and rather than giving it a new finish, others opt for a more raw and organic look. Unfinished kitchen cabinet doors render natural coziness and a warm, inviting ambiance to spaces. It suits traditional kitchen settings like the farmhouse style, country style and rustic style.
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