Wood Stains: Oil Based

Furniture Design Ideas featuring Oil Wood Stains.

Dresser refinished with GF Seal A Cell, Arm R Seal, Stain Blocking Primer and Snow White Milk Paint

"This vintage 100+ year old paw foot table is complete and ready for delivery! The base of the table was painted in General Finishes Driftwood Milk Paint and topped with Pitch Black Glaze for contrast. This table is made of quartersawn oak. So to not lose the beautiful grain of the wood we opted for General Finishes Black Gel Stain for the top. The gel stain darkened the look to suit the clients color preferences while preserving that lovely tiger oak grain we love!" - Twig & Thyme Design...
This fabulous Antique Jacobean dining set was refinished by Rehab to Fab. The table top is a mix of General Finishes Light Oak & Spiced Walnut Oil Based Stain was used to achieve the color & 5 coats of GF's Arm-r-Seal.    
"Candlelight (liquid oil based) stain to the rescue on this antique drop leaf table. My client had it 'restored' and the water and heat damage was still visible. General Finishes products to the rescue!" - Amy of High Style Restyle   See all the details of this project at http://www.highstylerestyle.com/blog/how-to-restore-an-antique-dropleaf-...    
"I picked up a bunch of these chairs from an old church in Denver. They are original to the church which was built in 1920's. I sanded this set, used 50/50 Shellac/D-Natured Alcohol conditioner. I then stained them in General Finishes 'Spiced Walnut'(liquid oil based stain). I did two coats and waited 24 hrs between coats. Some areas wouldn't take the stain so I dry brushed some GF gel stain in Java in those areas. It magically blended it all together. Sealed with GF's Arm-R-Seal." - Rehab to...

This coffee table was just too beautiful to refinish, so Stephanie of Rehab to Fab used GF's Seal-a-Cell to highlight all it's beauty.  This natural look is fantastic!  

Seal-a-Cell is n unusual combination of oils and urethanes. Seal-A-Cell Clear for decades has served craftsman as the best way to get that "natural" look on beautiful woods that aren't to be stained.

"This table had been previously stripped (you can see the old paint underneath) The top needed a coat of stain and top coat. I could have painted it but sometimes you just need listen to the piece. So I cleaned it really well, lightly buffed with fine sand paper and added a coat of General Finishes Light Oak Oil Based Wood Stain. A couple coats of Arm-R-Seal & its look beautiful again." - Rehab to Fab
Rehab to Fab says, "This solid oak chest screamed make me new again. I painted the the frame with Miss Mustard Seed's Milk Paint in 'Curio' & the inside, top, backsplash, drawer fronts & side slats got a good soaking of tinted Hemp Oil. Tinted with General Finishes Oil Based Spiced Walnut stain. Distressed Antique Bronze Bin pulls finish the piece off. I wanted to keep it more original & not cover it completely with paint."
We can't get over this custom built Midcentury-style coffee table finished with our Danish Teak Liquid Oil-Based Wood Stain by David Velazquez! Which stain should you choose? Learn the differences between our Wood Stains and Dyes here: http://bit.ly/1vtZolo
A lot of love and hard work went into this gorgeous antique chest transformation by Larry of Pops Restorations! Larry used Spiced Walnut Oil-Based Wood Stain and sealed this beauty with High Performance Top Coat in Satin. See the full transformation here: http://bit.ly/16JjOPL. You can find your favorite GF products at Woodcraft, RockIer Woodworking stores or Wood Essence in Canada. You can also use your zip code to find a retailer near you at...
This darling dining Room Table and Chair Set was refinished using General Finishes Pecan Liquid Oil Based Stain and Arm-R-Seal Top Coat.