When designing a kitchen it is difficult to decide what colors to place in there. The amount of taping and drop-clothing that would’ve been required to shield the kitchen (and the 3 adjoining rooms) from paint over-spray just didn’t seem worth it – particularly when weighing the need to have for a functional kitchen (and not subjecting a pregnant lady and three year old to the fine paint mist that appears to linger afterwards).
This painting project is like what the pros would do. You are not stripping” the cabinets at all, just prepping them by cleaning them and scuffing them up. The paint is a lacquer and it is a nice tough finish that will not ruin the cabinets.
This could be ideal if you have a kitchen that is on the small side space-wise, due to the fact as well much black in a small room has a tendency to make the space really feel even smaller sized than it truly is. In instances like this, adding a black border to white cabinet doors, or painting the faces of your drawers black although leaving the bigger doors underneath the drawers an additional color might be the way to go. You could also try stenciling a pattern onto your drawers and cabinet doors.
Even even though white is simple, it fits nicely in sophisticated, showstopping kitchens When utilized in tandem with detailed moldings and trimwork, glass door insets, and rich materials such as marble and stained cherrywood, white kitchen cabinets convey formality and grace.
Custom navy display circumstances frame out the entrance to this Old-World-inspired kitchen by Candelaria Design Painting the woodwork in this dark hue, rather than regular high-gloss white, draws interest to the cases themselves and makes the white kitchen beyond feel even brighter by comparison.