By Zoey Patel. Cabinet Styles. At Monday, December 10th 2018, 10:00:29 AM.
Pickled white cabinets are not exactly all the rage right now, but you can still stain wooden cabinets with a tint of color to achieve a unique contemporary design. Look at these green tint-stained cabinets in the picture below. They are sleek, clean, and unique. With just a touch of color, the historical grain of the wood seems to be brought to the forefront, allowing the cabinets texture to take center stage.
However you decide your cabinets should look, there is one key detail to keep in mind: Each one of your cabinets should include some sort of coordinating element. Remember, when you have two distinct looks in the same space, it’s crucial to include a few details that will make it clear that they belong together.
If you, too, have fallen in love with the two-toned look, you’re in luck. In this post, we’ll explore some of the most common ways people are getting in on this trend. Read them over and decide which one works best for you. At the end of the day, whichever one you choose is guaranteed to bring plenty of visual interest to your home.
Step 3: Choose a 'primer; that matches your surface type (metal, laminate or wood). Have the primer dyed to match the color of the top coat, especially for the dark and stained surface. Apply the smudge blocking primer designed for glossy surfaces. For tight grain woods as cherry, maple of man-made materials, slow drying, oil based–primers work best. And oil—based pudding chunky coats for ash, mahogany, hickory, oak and other open grained woods. Apply your primer with good caliber nylon brush. Don't forget to caulk the open seams.