Finishes

Painted Wood Cabinets by Kountry Kraft

Distinguish Your Custom Cabinets with Paint, Stain and Glaze
Paint, stain and glaze are incredibly important when designing your new custom cabinets. Although you likely began your custom cabinet design project by choosing the wood and door style that most appealed to your needs and sense of style, the cabinet finishes such as paint, stain and glaze you choose will enhance the overall look of your custom cabinetry while distinguishing your taste. For example, imagine creating a custom island – one that blends with your existing cabinetry, but with a new door style or stain. Consider adding a glaze for a richer, more customized look.  Or consider further customizing the look with painted wood cabinets. With Kountry Kraft, your options are only limited by your taste.

Combining a stain or paint with a glaze can change the look of your cabinetry entirely. For example, if you chose a bead board door, but the stain or paint alone doesn’t do enough to highlight the craftsmanship, adding a deeper glaze will give your cabinets a richer-looking texture. Try adding painted wood cabinets in a coordinating color and discover how this easy touch can provide the details that make custom cabinet design satisfying. We also have an extensive library of custom paint match formulas for our cabinetry. From antiqued looks to the incredible depth that stains, paints and glazes provide, you are sure to enhance the look of your custom cabinetry for years to come –  in a way that expresses your own unique taste!

Finish options include:

  • Natural
  • Stained
  • Painted
  • Glazed
  • Stain with glaze
  • Paint with glaze
  • Paint with brushed glaze
  • Heirloom Collection
  • Distressing options
  • Weathered Grain
  • Color Matches
  • Metal Fusion

Introducing Metal Fusion

METAL FUSION by Kountry Kraft is an exciting new finishing process created to take a wood component from ordinary to extraordinary!

METAL FUSION by Kountry Kraft combines real pulverized metal particles with a special resin. Together they form a coating that replicates the look of metal when applied to traditional wood products. Lighter in weight and lower in price than metal, this finishing process offers affordable options for dramatic accents and focal points throughout the home.

metal fusion appliques metal fusion range hoods metal fusion corbels metal fusion picture frames

With many solid metal characteristics this metalized application is available in eight metals and three finishes.

Metals:

  • Brass
  • Bronze
  • Copper
  • White gold
  • Oil rubbed bronze
  • Iron
  • Nickel silver
  • Stainless steel

Finishes:

  • Satin Patina
  • Polished
  • Polished Patina

 

METAL FUSION facts

  • The METAL FUSION by Kountry Kraft Polished finish is available only on flat surfaces. On products, such as corbels, posts and decorative on-lays, a Patina must be applied to give the appearance of tarnishing and enhance the recessed areas that cannot be polished.
  • METAL FUSION by Kountry Kraft will react to the environment, just as solid metal does, and will naturally patina overtime, thus enhancing the beauty of the piece.
  • To clean METAL FUSION by Kountry Kraft wipe the surface with a damp cloth. Click here for our Basic Care Tips.
  • METAL FUSION can be used with range hoods, mouldings, corbels, appliqués, legs, posts, bun fee, picture frames, and more. Your only limitation is your imagination.

Please note Metal Fusion is not available on Styrofoam or Silicone.

lmi August 11, 2016