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When remodeling your kitchen, one of the biggest steps is finishing your cabinets. Whether you choose darker stains, trendy paint, or a natural finish , you will need to have a solid plan and a good understanding of the process. Proper application of your finish is vital to ensuring your cabinets last as long as possible. In any project, cutting corners will cause issues. Skipping steps, or not executing them properly, can shorten the lifespan of your cabinets. Also, it can give you lackluster results. While properly finishing cabinets can be costly and time-consuming, it iread more
Staining your cabinets is a quick way to give your space a completely new look. With a wide variety of sheens and colors available, you will no doubt be able to find the perfect one for you. Stain is a great way to highlight the natural beauty of the cabinet’s wood, while at the same time protecting the surface. In this guide, we are going to take a quick look at the steps for staining your kitchen cabinets. Staining wood can be a bit of a tricky process if you have never done it before. While a paint finish sits on top of the surface, the stain will soak into the grain of the wood. This is whread more
Taking up most of your wall and floor space, kitchen cabinets are an eyeful. Being used every day means that your kitchen cabinets are most likely to get bashed, dinged, dented, and slammed. Your kitchen cabinets can start looking lifeless and worn out throughout the years as the finish wears off. Therefore, you must use the most durable materials and products for your kitchen cabinets. Remember that cabinetry will take up 40 percent of a kitchen remodel budget, so you want to ensure they will last. Once you've nailed down your kitchen layout, you can add a bit of personal preference andread more
Wooden cabinets have an enduring appeal that many homeowners love. But they do need some care and attention, especially when you install new wooden cabinets that have not previously been stained or sealed. Once the staining and sealing has been finished, maintenance will be minimized and all you will normally need to do is keep them clean. The stain – if you use one – and sealer chosen for wooden kitchen cabinets will depend largely on the wood itself. Various different wood species are used for cabinets and cabinet doors, particularly hardwoods like alder, beech, birch, cherry, hickory,read more
When it comes to the color of your kitchen cabinets, you may be facing the biggest choice you’ve had since beginning a kitchen remodel. While you can simply choose a color of stain off of a chip or chart, it’s very likely that this stain will end up looking dramatically different once applied to your cabinets. It’s also likely that if you find a stain color you like on someone else’s cabinets that it may look different on yours. This is because there are numerous factors that affect how stain looks on different species of wood. The grain of the wood, its underlying color, and how well itread more