Page 66 - Doors and Finishes
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CHISELING
Chiseling is used to create Homestead 
DIPS
Dips are used to create Chateaux and Homestead and they are included in Old World Distressing 
KNIFE CUTS
Knife Cuts are used to create Chateaux and Homestead and they are included in Old World Distressing 
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RUB THROUGH
Rub Through is used to create Amaretto and Bordeaux 
SPECKLING, LIGHT BROWN Speckling is used to create Linen 
SPECKLING, DARK BROWN Speckling is used to create Chateaux 
Distressing
illustrated
Brookwood Cabinetry uses several techniques to add character and appeal to cabinetry  They are illustrated on these two pages  All of our distressing marks are added by hand  There is no machine and there is no robot that can successfully duplicate what the eyes and hands of an artisan achieve through personal handling of the cabinetry 
This island was created with the Harbor door style in Maple finished in Mushroom with Chocolate glaze and Cottage Distressing. Optional five-piece drawer headers were used.


































































































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