Published at Sunday, December 31st 2017. by Ancil Verdier in Cabinets.
Famous decorators recommend using red and orange for adding warmth; brighter, fun colors like yellow and purple add energy, and shades of tan can be used to help colors blend together.
You may find that there are many stain remover products that are advertised as being suitable for your kitchen cabinet, whether they are natural wood or painted white or grey cabinets. If you prefer to use one of these - or at the very least have one on hand to treat spills and stains - it is important to check whether they are suitable or not with the manufacturer and retailer.
Oil-rubbed bronze or brass looks amazing on white or grey cabinets which are very popular this year. See what can be found in antique stores and skip the cookie cutter pulls that are found in big box stores. Another vintage look is glass and ceramic pulls. Country style shaker cabinets will sing for attention and get it when adding these contrasting elements. These knobs and pulls come in a variety of styles and colors, and also opaque and transparent styles.
There are several ways that you can change the color and sheen of your wood in order to bring the finished product more in line with your vision. Staining is a popular option used to bring out the natural color of the wood. Many modern brands come with a sealant that prevents moisture from seeping into your wood. Painting is also an option; adding a base coat will also prevent moisture from warping or rotting your cupboards. Thermofoil-a process in which a plastic material is attached to the surface of the cabinet-wards off water, as well as unwanted discoloration and minor scrapes and blemishes.
Cleaning should generally be done with gentle products, and your manufacturer will often be able to recommend some to you. In many cases, a damp cloth should suffice, although some gentle detergents may be desirable in some cases. Soft cloths should always be used, as abrasive ones can ruin the integrity of the protective and water-resistant finish.
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