Painted Kitchen Cabinets
- Tea Leaf
- Urban Stone
- Painted Linen
- Painted White
Painted cabinets offer a classic, clean look for your kitchen. From black kitchen cabinets to white kitchen cabinets, your color options are nearly endless with paint. Because of this, painted kitchen cabinets are a great way to add an unexpected, yet stylish touch to your home. For example, two-toned kitchens, a combination of two different colors of painted cabinets, are popular and an easy way to create a truly unique look.
CliqStudios.com offers painted cabinets in the Rockford and Dayton, Carlton, and Mendota styles.
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Characteristics of Painted Doors
Over time, paint finishes will develop hairline cracks, most notably around the hardware. This aging results from natural expansion and contraction of the wood, which occurs during seasonal temperature changes. Not to worry, however, many appreciate the charming, timeworn feeling aged cabinets create.
For all painted door styles, CliqStudios uses medium-density fiberboard for the center panel to help with the stability of the door. Painted cabinets generally require more maintenance for chips, marks, residue from normal kitchen use, and finger prints. Paint may have a slight difference in tones between doors, drawer fronts, and face frames.
Note: All veneer wood products react differently to stain, paint, and glaze processes. Applied side panel material (veneer) does not have the same character traits as solid hardwood and may vary slightly in color, graining, sheen, and tone depths.