More questions on glazing
I have really valued the opinions of everyone here. Some weeks back when I mentioned I might order glazed cabinets, several people said they thought glazing looked dirty. Having now spent a lot of time looking at pictures on Houzz and other sites, I tend to agree. Very little of what is called "glazing" appeals to me.
I wish I could find some pics of ivory finishes with and without glazing. What I trying to get, in the end, is just a little depth in the millwork. Will have very traditional doors and drawers with egg and dart trim and a good bit of panelling. Hope I'm explaining that right. Conestoga has a color called Frosty White with pewter glazing. But it looks like just a rich ivory with depth to me. Pasting link below.
I guess I am asking, Can glazing ever be so subtle as to NOT look grimy? I have found very little of it, myself. Thanks in advance for any thoughts.
Here is a link that might be useful: Conestoga Frosty White with Pewter