However, this cabinets used 2 different colors so that the it would look like the paint has faded from the wood cabinets. A light beige tone was used in random strokes to create the “faux exposed wood” surface, while a dark gray glaze was also randomly applied to emphasize small wood knots and crevices.
Bleach your cabinets using "A/B" bleaches sold in most paint and hardware stores. The process involves applying sodium hydroxide (A) followed by hydrogen peroxide (B). Apply B quickly, as the sodium hydroxide can actually darken the cabinets if left on too long. Read the directions on the package and test it out before putting it on your cabinets.