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Chateaux
A specialty color for Cherry cabinetry
Chateaux is created by randomly applying several distressing techniques, softening all edges, padding the edges to create shadowing, and adding speckling to accentuate the distressing. Patina is accomplished with 1. rounded corners 2. worn edges 3. knife cuts 4. worm holes 5. rasping 6. dips and 7. light chain distressing that we hand apply to drawers, doors and throughout the cabinetry. A protective topcoat completes the look. The finish is oven cured for durability. Chateaux colors are shown below. Chateaux is available on Cherry door styles.
Oatmeal
A specialty color for Maple cabinetry
Oatmeal is a Stain with Glaze-based Specialty Color with rounded corners, worn edges and light chain distressing. Available on Maple door styles.
Langtree door style in Maple finished in Oatmeal. Shown in Flush Inset.
Avalon door style in Cherry finished in Chateaux Brittany. Shown in Beaded Inset.
Chateaux Cappuccino
Homestead
Specialty colors for Alder and Rustic Alder cabinetry
Homestead is a tinted varnish applied to Alder and Rustic Alder. Several distressing techniques are applied randomly and heavily. Distressing marks are 1. rounded corners
2. worn edges 3. knife cuts 4. abundant worm holes 5. rasping 6. dips 7. light chain distressing and 8. chiseling. They are applied to drawers, doors and throughout the cabinetry. A protective topcoat completes the look. The finish is oven cured for durability. Homestead Fog and Homestead Red are available on Alder and Rustic Alder.
Chateaux Nutmeg
Chateaux Oregano
Chateaux Toffee
Homestead Fog
Danville door style in Alder finished in Homestead Red. Shown in Flush Inset with optional five-piece drawer headers.
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