Distressed Kitchen Cabinets for Chic and Inviting Interior
The distressed kitchen cabinets are a wonderful choice if you want to transform your kitchen interior to be casually chic and inviting. With distressed cabinets, you also incorporate the somewhat rustic vibe and touch to your kitchen. Many homeowners love the idea of distressed kitchen cabinets DIY, which can help them save money for kitchen improvement project.
DIY Distressed Kitchen Cabinets
When it comes to DIY distressed kitchen cabinets, always start by sanding the cabinets to remove the original finish with a sanding block. It’s also helpful to help make the antiquing glaze used later adhering easily to the surface. Be sure to remove all hardware and doors before. The antiquing glaze can be applied right after you finish sanding and clean the surface from sanding dust. Let the cabinets dry for 24 hours at minimum before applying top coat. Reinstall the doors and hardware after another 24 hours.
You can also make additional distress with a sanding block or gentle wire brush. When distressing, notice the areas where it is usually common, such as cabinet corners and door frames. Make sure you distress your kitchen cabinets gently. You can also apply paint in any color you like for your distressed kitchen cabinets to appear more attractively.