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Finish Types

CHOOSE YOUR PAINT.

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PAINTS WITH SUEDE TOPCOAT

A Suede topcoat softens the tone of the paint with a matte finish. Like our standard topcoat, a Suede topcoat provides durability and resistance to scuffs, stains, UV fade and cleaning chemicals.

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VINTAGE PAINT

A finish that gives a painted door a sense of history and the feeling of being well loved. The door’s distressed and sanded corners allow a little of the original wood to show through.

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PAINTS WITH GLAZE

The glazing process adds visual depth and interest in the corners, crevices and ridges of the cabinetry, bringing out unique qualities of each design. Since it’s applied by hand, no two doors are exactly the same.

 

 

CHOOSE YOUR STAIN.

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STAINS WITH SUEDE TOPCOAT

A Suede topcoat softens the overall color tone of a stain with a matte finish. Like our standard topcoat, a Suede topcoat provides durability and resistance to scuffs, stains, UV fade and cleaning chemicals.

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STAINS WITH GLAZE

Glazing adds depth and dimension to a door. It’s done by hand-spraying a flood coat of glaze over the entire base stain, then hand-wiping and detailing the door so the glaze stays in the cracks, crevices and grain-lines.

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DISTRESSED STAIN

Distressing mimics the imperfections of reclaimed wood by adding wormholes, softened corners, rasped edges and other deliberate methods of loosening the sense of uniformity; all done by hand. A Suede topcoat is standard.