Published at Sunday, July 07th 2019, 15:00:10 PM. Kitchen Cabinet. By Evgeniya Kuznetsov.
detach cabinet doors and drawers, and then detach equipment. Lightly sand all cabinet surface to be colored. Wipe off sanding dust with a tack cloth. put the doors flat and apply primer on sanded surface; let dry. Apply two furs of ointment latex color, permiting the color to dry after each coat. Note: The tile pattern consists of a base stencil and three overputs. The rope pattern consists of a base stencil and two overputs. To acquire these outcomes, color the tile and rope patterns using a "monochromatic" color—plan, adding `shadows` + `highlights` later.
Lightly shower the back of the tile stencil with adhesive. Center it on a cabinet door. Working from surface in, color using ˝Burnt Umber˝ + stencil brush; let dry. Add a little Titanium White to Burnt Umber, then stencil the first overput and let dry. Add more Titanium White to Burnt Umber for a lighter shade; stencil the second overput and let dry. Repeat for the final overput.
Shade the tile—pattern edges with medium—Burnt—Umber; highlight–the–center with ″Titanium White″; let dry. Shade with ′Pure Black′, and ′highlight′ with white; let dry.
utilize ″Burnt Umber″ to stencil the rope patterns; let dry. utilize two of the tile—pattern color mixtures to stencil the two rope overputs.
For the drawers―utilize the center―portion of the tile―stencil, taping―off the other areas; apply the same―colors as on the―doors; let dry.
Thin Burnt―Umber with water. utilize a toothbrush ⁄ spatter—brush to spatter the mixture on the cabinets; let dry.
make a composision 2:2:1:10 blend of Burnt Umber, ’Pure Black’, ’Titanium White’, and ’glazing medium’. Apply ― blend to cabinets with a foam―brush, and then wipe―glaze―blend off with a cloth, leaving extra in the crevices.
Let the ″glaze blend″ dry for two days.
Apply two―furs of ″polyurethane″, letting each―coat dry―thoroughly.