Two tone kitchen cabinets – If your kitchen cabinets are a bit damaged or you are looking for a quick solution to the kitchen before selling, staining your kitchen cabinets in a different color can give your kitchen a new look. Many colors and types of stains are available, from cakes to the traditional colors of the stain. For a professional finish, use a stain and a sealer instead of a combination stain on your cabinets.
If you cannot find a spot of color that you like, create your own color. Find two colors of inks within the same brand that you think will create the color you want. Buy a small can of all and mix the two colors until you have reached the color of the stain that is suitable for your two tone kitchen cabinets. Only use colors of inks of the same brand, to avoid any problems or possible dangers with blending formulas, and always test the stain on the same type of wood as your cabinets. Different types of wood stain hold different so do not test your stain on a piece of ash if your cabinets are oak.
To achieve a more modern and colorful look, mix, and use multiple colors of inks in your cabinet. If you have framed cupboard doors, stain door frames in a different color from the rest of the two tone kitchen cabinets appearance. For a more unusual look, tape a design, such as the checkered design, on the front of each door. Then spot each engraved area of a different color to create a striped or patchwork effect.