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Burnished Finishes

Burnished Finishes

Burnished Finishes
Random Distressing
Over-sanding on corners and edges of unfinished wood
Darkening Stain is artistically applied to accent raised, profiled and sanded areas

Availability varies on Maple, Cherry, Birch and Hickory1

This technique creates the warm, traditional look of fine furniture. Unfinished doors and drawer fronts are randomly distressed and then over-sanded. Next, a darkening stain is artistically applied to the corners and raised areas, creating a burnished effect. A base stain is then applied and carefully hand-wiped.

  • Burnished finishes are created by a very complex process: random distressing, over-sanding and application of a burnishing stain. The random distressing and hand-applied techniques of burnishing produce one-of-a-kind results where no two doors are exactly alike.
  • Burnished Ginger and Burnished Chocolate include flyspeck highlights. This technique involves a random spattering of a complementary finish color, which adds depth and dimension to the finish.

1 Finish availability varies for each type of wood

Available finishes

  • Burnished Chestnut
    Burnished Chestnut on Maple
  • Burnished Golden Lager
    Burnished Golden Lager on Maple
  • Burnished Praline
    Burnished Praline on Maple
  • Burnished Autumn Blush
    Burnished Autumn Blush on Cherry
  • Burnished Cabernet
    Burnished Cabernet on Cherry
  • Burnished Chocolate
    Burnished Chocolate on Cherry
  • Burnished Cinnamon
    Burnished Cinnamon on Cherry
  • Burnished Ginger
    Burnished Ginger on Cherry
  • Burnished Rye
    Burnished Rye on Cherry
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