Published at Thursday, November 16th 2017. by Aloin Chauvin in Cabinets.
Cabinets usually end up taking a huge chunk of the remodel budget, but the good news is that they won‘t be replaced anytime soon. Here‘s how to choose wisely so that the kitchen will be phenomenal for years to come, and a comforting gathering place for the family and friends.
Think of kitchen hardware as the cherry on the ice cream sundae. It is the completion of any good design and can make it look completely different than it did before. Nickel and steel are two finishes that continue to add value to a home when added, and especially in the kitchen. One simply cannot go wrong when choosing these finishes for hardware upon their shaker cabinets in any color or stain.
Trends are always fun, and they can be a great way to get the creative spark going in homeowners that are searching for redecorating ideas. On the other hand, trends can also lead to homeowners being full of redecorating remorse. These stylish tips will help transform a homeowner that is full of remorse into a homeowner that loves the area that they live in, and cook in, once again as they slowly make it showcase their wonderful personality.
Since shaker cabinets are known for clean and beautiful lines, they work perfect with simple designs in hardware, however ornate knobs and pulls can be fun as well. Add a retro flair with white shaker cabinets or inset versions with exposed hinges for a fun look. Brass is a tough but brilliant finish to combine with shaker cabinets. Anyone that is looking for a warm, welcoming kitchen will be pleased with the addition of brass pulls. Add them in with stainless steel appliances and counter tops, industrial elements, dark or medium stained cabinets and even subway tiles just to present a few ideas.
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.
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