Decorating with Pickled Wood Cabinets (27 Images)
Pickled cabinets are one of the biggest trends in interior design today.
Pickled cabinets are generally made from oak, ash, or open-grain wood.
By using a fine finish or pickled stain to the grain, a slightly translucent white appearance is achieved as the grain of the wood continues to appear.
While there are many steps to disassembling cabinets, pickled oak cabinets are a very popular option for 2020.
This can be an affordable option if you are trying to do it yourself.
Another step in the process is the non-yellowing varnish that will need to be applied to the wood and then several additional coats of varnish.
Pickled Wood Cabinets
In simpler terms, pickling is a finishing technique that bleaches the wood. Although you can decide pickling stains traded in most hardware markets, pickling is technically a scheme, not a finish.
Some notes on shade control. Implementing the pickling stain on top of the current wood color will produce a lighter finish, but the resulting color will be a mixture of the existing color and the white pickling stain will be added.
For example, if you start with a cherry stained finish and apply a white pickling stain, the end product will be a “light pink” wood (from Vetfauna.lt).
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