Published at Thursday, 09 November 2017. Kitchen. By Vicq Lefort Lefort.
Colors and Finishes. Staining and painting are two common finishes for kitchen cabinets. Staining allows the grains of the wood to show through, while painting covers the surface and provides a smooth appearance without variation. Anyone seeking a traditional effect might choose stained doors instead of painted ones. Painted cupboards offer virtually limitless options to match any hue and any decor. Other decorative finishes include glazing the paint or distressing it.
Wild Bird Window Clings. Stained glass windows and window panes can be quite costly, but it is possible to enjoy the beauty of stained glass in the kitchen without the expense of real stained glass. When decorating a kitchen in a bird theme, search for hand-painted window clings. They are available in all varieties, and chances are you will find your favorite backyard birds in the form of high-quality window clings that will adhere to windows until you are ready to take them off. Just like high-quality stained glass, they will let the light shine in, but they will beautifully decorate kitchen windows while providing an extra measure of privacy.
Materials. Wood is the standard for kitchen cabinets. Some woods such as cherry will darken as they age, while others such as maple may become lighter in color. Anyone who wants a strong grain pattern that will show through the stain should choose a wood like oak. Other grains such as maple are less dominant, meaning they won8t remain as visible through staining. Other material options include laminate, glass, and even metal.
Any content, trademark’s, or other material that might be found on the Goolor website that is not Goolor’s property remains the copyright of its respective owner/s. In no way does Goolor claim ownership or responsibility for such items, and you should seek legal consent for any use of such materials from its owner.
Copyright © 2018 Goolor. All Rights Reserved.