Available on Maple, Oak, Cherry, Birch and Hickory1
A base paint is applied to the wood for consistent color coverage. A flood coat of glaze is then applied and hand-wiped, leaving behind soft tones in the corners and recesses of the door. Next, a highlight glaze is brushed into the corners and recesses by hand to emphasize the subtle variations in color.
- Glazing is a finish process that involves two hand-detailed techniques, so no two doors look exactly alike.
- The initial flood coat of glaze softens the original base color. The highlight glaze increases visual depth and interest in the corners and recesses.
- A veneer center panel absorbs more of the glaze resulting in a slightly darker color than on the solid wood components of the door frame.
1 Finish availability varies for each type of wood