Various Stained Storage Cabinets for Kitchen Interiors
Staining wood cabinets gives them a colorful finish with their grains being visible for a natural touch. This is commonly used in modern kitchen interiors that lack ornamentation. While there are homeowners who love seeing their cabinets being transformed with paint, there are those who prefer the natural looks of cabinets hence only stain them. Whichever hue a kitchen cabinet is stained, it adds a customized touch into the space. The finish given to the cabinet adds so much fun to it while allowing the homeowner to enjoy the natural wood grains it features. Though wood staining is a DIY project for some homeowners, others would need the assistance of a professional.
Kitchen cabinets that are green-washed or stained green add a refreshing and airy feel in the kitchen with a customized touch into the space. What makes the kitchen fun, fresh and unique is not just the soft touch of the green color tone on the surface of the cabinets but also the natural grains of wood that shows.
A warm hue of deep gray is not just rich in tone and gorgeous but also very cool at the same time. When paired with stainless steel accents and a wood tone floor, the stained gray cabinets add elegance and vigor into the kitchen. In this kitchen, the stained cabinets also create a balance while toning down the warm hue of the floor. For a lighter hue of gray used to stain the kitchen cabinets, gives the room unexpected character with a light and soft touch. This tone blends in well with various finishes, colors, styles and even materials used in the same kitchen.
White washed kitchen cabinets are also very classic and perfect for use in rustic or even vintage kitchen design styles. This kind of wood stains usually appear more pinkish than white. The pinkish tone of the whitewashed cabinets is only visible when used with yellow-green color tones. Blue-greens or reddish-orange color tones will make the cabinets appear white. Other great color tones of wood stains that one can look out for are deep red, greenish black as well as ebony among others. Whichever tone of stain one goes for, it should blend in well with the kitchen’s color theme for an attractive look.Back To Top.