Published at Monday, November 13th 2017. by Adalhard Fleury 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.
Oak is the most utilized; it is lightweight, somewhat water-resistant, and the grain stands out even after staining. It is often used to enhance "country" or "rustic" motifs, but it can be used solely for decorative style, too. Birch and ash are also popular; these woods are very light in color, and they hold stains quite well. Pine, a very yellow wood, is favored in French and English decorative styles, but it is very soft and prone to nicks.
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.
These colors may seem boring, but they give the perfect opportunity to include the ideal amount of contrast and style to every cooking area.
It is important that after every clean that you make sure that there is no water left on the surface, as this can damage the wood. Ensure that all moisture is wiped up with a soft cloth, and then that any polish is applied if necessary to add a protective layer back to the cabinet surface.
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