In general, glazed kitchen cabinets are usually applied to cabinetry with a more traditional type. Modern cabinets typically emphasize simpler shapes and clean lines, such as a boxy shape which is sleek and uniform. As for styles that present a more intricate appearance, prioritizing wood profiles or uniting several pieces of wood to form the cabinet door, the glazing technique will embellish its appearance. Glazing can strengthen architectural details on cabinet doors or wood profiles by adding a second color to the wooden frame.
So, glazing techniques on glazed kitchen cabinets are intended to strengthen the accents on the cabinet’s door. In wood profiles or grooves on the frame are added a second color such as brown or black as the lines to strengthen the accent of the grooves. This is possible because the second darker color will give the impression of a certain depth. So the darker is deeper than the lighter surface. It can also be applied to the simple carvings. Where glaze will give contrasting look. The firm stripes on this door will strengthen the appearance of cabinetry and at the same time beautify it.
Because of its uniqueness, then the glazed kitchen cabinets find its artistic side. Of course, it improves the cabinetry performance with higher artistic values. Effects that occur from contrasting colors strengthen frame profiles. And to get the more and more dramatic effect, in the deepest panel can be combined with a darker firm bold stripe, then swept again with dark gradations of color to a smoother light on the panel. The result is a blend of lines and shadows formation, so the center panel seems deeper than the others.