Timeless and classic, these are the most popular descriptions given to white kitchen cabinets since they suit almost every home theme and style. In addition, white cabinets permit more freedom to play with a wide variety of tones and colors on flooring, walls, and even home fixtures.
If you like the idea of installing new kitchen cabinets or you just want to change the color of your existing cabinets, think of a theme that appeals to you. You can go for the casual, clean, contemporary look, or cozy, sleek modern, or even a country theme. You can also experiment with the cabinet texture. For example, creating imperfections can transform plain and ordinary cabinets to impressive furniture pieces.
Antiquing and Distressing
Instead of being content with simple white paint job, think about creating texture like distressed or glazed white cabinets. Distressing entails a few strategies; scratching and banging up your cabinets after you coat them with white paint.
If you prefer natural wood cabinets and you want them to show through, then don’t apply a base coat of paint. Just perform the coating of cabinets using a white paint and leave it to dry for about twelve hours. Use a sandpaper to wear away some of the paint around the handles of the cabinet. Round off some sharp cabinet edges with sandpaper as well.