This adds color to the wood without covering the beauty of the grain.
Description: Can be applied by hand wipe or sprayed.
The Look: Spray stain gives a more consistent look and even color than hand wipe stains. Stain can go light, medium, or dark.
This can be applied over a stain finish, paint, or by itself.
Description: It's applied, then wiped off, leaving the glaze in corners, edges, and grain.
The Look: It helps define the details on molding, corbels, inserts, doors, and pilasters.
You can pick from any solid color, and we can match it.
Description: The paint is a spray finish.
The Look: The grain will not be visible. The paint is stressed, rubbed off, and crackled, and glazed to give it that antique look.
This is a transparent topcoat.
Description: This finish can have glaze wood with highlights and distress.
The Look: It enhances the natural wood color.
This finish includes nicks, dents, and rubbed corners.
Description: It can be heavy or light distress, and can be applied to natural, paint, or stain finish. We make nicks and dents in the wood, the stain or paint is sanded through to reveal the wood beneath.
The Look: It gives it a vintage appearance of wear and tear.
It is a dark color that is splattered over a lighter color.
Crackle: It is applied over a paint finish.
Description: It cracks the paint.
The Look: It gives the finish a rustic appearance.
Worm Holing: Small to medium random holes are made throughout the piece of furniture or door.