A look into any sleek kitchen and you may see that the cabinets themselves possess a unique air about them. Some people may say that the finish adds that extra dimension to the cabinet and to the kitchen, by extension. If you want your kitchen cabinets to carry a look that no one else has, there are some ways to make it work.
Fresh, Complementary Colors
Some kitchen designers say that the color palette you choose for the kitchen should consist of colors not far apart from each other. This allows the kitchen to retain most of its natural ambiance while not being too gaudy for the eyes. You can start by choosing modern pastel colors for the cabinets, which will go well with walls of a more earthly color.
My Things, My Way
Some people may like their finish to have a different design tack. The way you want them to function will be the key: a glazed finish is for highlighting accent pieces. Cracked finishes are for simulating aged appearances, which can be achieved by adding an extra chemical to the paint while it’s drying up. Meanwhile, speckled finishes will work if you want a bit more contrast in your cabinets (a dark base color with light-colored speckles and vice versa).