Who would not like the look of a kitchen cabinet flavored with a touch of vanilla beans on a naked raw maple exposed to the edges? While antique painting kitchen cabinets are a hot trend, the price tags associated with this style are not. This is out of reach for many people who hope to renew the look of their kitchen – not a greedy debt at the price of a luxury car. Kitchen paint ideas discussed in this article will help you achieve the look of changing your kitchen from blah to amazing. The glass kitchen cabinets give the newly painted kitchen cabinet an older look that is very trendy now. This also complements the look of your kitchen, while turning off the modern look of stainless steel that is very popular in the kitchen today.
One thing to remember with a glossy kitchen cabinet is that it is not a textbook process. This is one that takes a certain talent for art when deciding where and how much glazes to erase to achieve an ‘old’ look. Before you panic, remember that is also a very forgiving process. Glass kitchen cabinets allow one to remove clean slate if you don’t like the look and start from the beginning. Be sure to work quickly before the glaze starts to dry out. Basically, the steps involved are to mix paint and glaze together to achieve the color you want, apply the glaze to the door and clean a little or as much as you choose. Allow the paint to dry completely and transfer it to the cupboard and base drawers to do the same steps.
Let everything dry at least a day to make sure the surface is not tacky when rearranging the door. For free, detailed step-by-step instructions in the glass process, click the link in the resource box below. The things to remember when painting or coloring your kitchen are as follows. Remember your kitchen will not function 100% until the entire project is complete. Do you have a place to prepare and store food and dishes during this time? Plan ahead and decide where you will do this. Remember that you will move the kitchen cabinet door from its frame and may be placed in your kitchen to apply paint and dry unless you have a closed garage or workshop that can be done during the summer. Check the surface of the cabinet you are using.