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Bring out the natural beauty of wood. Stain finishes are protected by a satin finish top-coat, which is oven cured, providing a superior seal. Visit our door gallery to see the finish offering on specific door styles.
Enrich your cabinets with hand-applied glaze over a base stain. Glaze adds depth to the stain. Our glazing technique on wood cabinets is achieved by spraying an accent color over the base stain then wiping it off by hand. In this process, accent color will hang up in corners, on edges and in open grain areas of the wood. An oven-cured satin finish top-coat is the last step. Visit our door gallery to see the finish offering on specific door styles.
Accentuate your cabinetry with a hand-brushed highlight applied to specific areas of the door. Highlight keeps the finish color intact. Visit our door gallery to see the finish offering on specific door styles.
Classic Paint is a lustrous enamel finish which provides solid coverage and a smooth satin sheen. Heirloom Paint is an enamel base coat accented with a hand-wiped glaze, random distressing and sand through, which creates the wear and patina of heirloom furniture. Paint finish availability varies, visit our door gallery to see the finish offering on specific door styles.
Give your cabinetry character with a specialty finish. The Coastal Collection is inspired by the colors of the coast. These color-washed stains with subtle dry-brushed accents allow the natural beauty and characteristics of the wood to show through. The Coastal Collection colors are also available in sheer, with no dry-brushing. Vineyard is a deep red finish accented by a black brush glazed finish. Specialty finish availability varies, visit our door gallery to see the finish offering on specific door styles.
Thermofoil doors and drawer fronts are constructed from one piece of 3/4" thick medium density fiberboard. Profile detail is routed into fiberboard which is then covered with a 12 mil. white thermofoil material. This process allows a seamless joint between the front edge of the doors and drawer fronts. Visit our door gallery to see specific door styles.
Distressing uses a variety of techniques to create a unique appearance. Antique and Legacy distressing availability varies by door style.
Start by choosing any existing door style and species combination, and mix in any of our existing stains or paints. Then, you can add any highlight option or both a glaze and a highlight. Finally, add any of our distressing options to create a combination uniquely yours.