Specialty Finishes For Kitchen Cabinets
Specialty finishes are a way to add even more spirit to your kitchen cabinets. They can give your cabinetry the furniture appearance so popular in kitchens these days. There are several unique options to choose from which include:
- Crackle: Old-fashioned peeling-paint effect.
- Splatter: Using dark or light paint spots to create a splatter design.
- Wormhole: Sporadic holes are made in the wood to resemble holes made from boring worms or larvae.
- Distressed: Putting cracks and dents in wood to give the appearance of aged wood.
- Rounded Corners: Sanding the corners and edges of your wood cabinets before finishing for an antiquated look.
- Rub through: Sanding the edges, crested areas and corners of your wood cabinets to expose base color.
- Cow tails: Carefully making splatter marks on the wood to mimic the comma shape of the flick of a cow’s tail.
- Chaining: Special tools are used to make indentations that create a wear and tear appearance over time.
- Rasping: By using a rasp, the edges of the cabinets contain filed scarring.
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