Cabinet Stain Colors
If your cabinets are in need of a paint or stain job, you have some options to choose from. Stained cabinetry has risen in popularity over the last few years. Same goes with painting your cabinets. Here are a few suggestions to help you get started on a concept for your new paint or stain for your cabinets.
Painting the color black graces the kitchen cabinets very well. They can be chic, modern, sleek, and warm. Black is always stylistically flexible and brings in contrast if you have an all white kitchen. It will draw the eyes to your beautiful custom cabinets. There is only one downside with black; all the fingerprints and grime are visible.
Chestnut stains can really highlight how beautiful natural wood can be. This eye-catching stained wood really shines through and adds a lot of texture to the room. We recommend pairing with lighter colors like white or gray and keeping the rest of the space toned down to allow the beautifully stained cabinetry to really take center stage.
Think kitchen cabinet color on the outside, chalkboard on the inside. Create a grocery shopping list or simple writing to your family who happens to open the door. Chalkboard paint is easy to achieve when you buy easy-to-apply chalkboard paint and roll it on the inside of your cabinet door. Chalkboard paint is inexpensive and water-based, so it will clean up really well.
If you have a more neutral taste, a gray stain will be perfect. It’s perfect for a modern look or farmhouse as well working with lighter countertops. You will want to avoid darker accents with this color to keep the space from feeling too dark.
Clear stains will bring that natural wood to light. After your cabinets have been sanded down and the previous paint removed, if there is any, the clear stain will be applied to seal it. It will give you a rustic look to your kitchen or bathroom vanity.
Staining or coloring your cabinets blue is becoming a more popular choice. It’s a great choice for someone who wants a bit of color but still wants a neutral look. It also brings a little personality and life to a room. From cyan to cobalt, adding this splash of color to your cabinets gives distinction to cooking spaces.
Blonde Wood Stain
The minimalist is hugely popular and a cabinet stain is a great way to get it in your own home. Blonde wood stain gives off the illusion of unfinished wood in the best way. It’s perfect for any space, small or large, and a great alternative to a white kitchen.
For more information on paint and staining for your cabinets, contact Rasmussen Custom Cabinetry in Willard, UT today!