Covering Wooden Staining Cabinets
Staining cabinets is a large piece of furniture that can easily take over the place of a cabinet. Although it is a useful item in a home with limited storage space, it can also create a visual black hole in a room due to its size.
Cover your staining cabinets with contact paper. Contact paper comes in a variety of designs and has a self-adhesive backing that keeps it on the shelves. It gives your wooden cabinet with a fresh, stain resistant appearance and hides some cracked or damaged wood. Contact paper is easy to apply and easy to remove and clean if you do not want the door to be permanent.
Paint your wooden cabinet using a brush. If the cabinet has a bad look, a new layer of colour can illuminate it immensely. Paint the closet an opaque white to match a white bedroom set or choose live gemstone tones for amazing look. Sand and prime the wood before painting to make sure that the paint works lasts or apply the colour immediately and sand it something to give the cabinet worried look.
Soak large pieces of liquid starch and apply the wet fabric directly to the front of the cabinet, level them flat. When the starch dries, it keeps the fabric to the wood surface. This method makes it possible to cover up your staining cabinets with the addition of a new tactile feature to your room. Cover your wooden cabinet with wooden decal design. While wood decals will not cover the entire cabinet, they can add interesting design elements to the wood surface. They also break up the visual effect so the wardrobe does not look so overwhelming. Choose decals that match the appearance of the room.