"Twenty eight feet of perfectly spalted live edge Red River Pecan joined together to make a conference table. We finished this with General Finishes Arm R Seal Satin."
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"Couch caddy! This beautiful piece is 10” wide 24” long made from solid walnut and African paduak. Finished with General Finishes Arm-R-Seal Gloss" -
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Framed out in GF Lamp Black Milk Paint and the middle boards were stained in GF Colonial Maple Gel Stain for a nice warm look.
Classic double chevron stained in General Finishes Carbon Grey Gel Stain and sealed in Arm-R-Seal
Beautiful custom Hickory table by Miller's Woodworking and Customs. Finished first with a dark walnut base then GF Graystone Water Based Stain. Sealed with 2 coats gloss GF Conversion Varnish followed by one coat flat GF conversion Varnish.
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"Just one more coat of General Finishes Arm-R-Seal Gloss and this gorgeous cedar mid-century modern coffee table will be complete. But, it’s looking sharp already!"
These cabinets were custom built to satisfy a unique need for our clients! They had a limited space, wanted to maximize their storage options, enjoyed clean, modern lines & needed a place to house their wine bar! These were custom designed & finished with Java Gel Stain for a gorgeous finish!
Beautiful hand crafted farmhouse table by Edge Grain Wood Studio.
"Your products are top notch! For the legs, Lamp Black for base coat, 1 coat of Driftwood, distressed, sanded, then 3 coats High Performance Topcoat. Top and seat, 2 coats Weathered Gray Water Based stain. Sealed, stained with Black Water Based Stain, lightly distressed, 4 coats HPTC."
Cool industrial style bar cart hand crafted by Reformed Wood and finished with General Finishes Antique Oak Water Based Stain.
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"I teamed up with Robert of A TACK Above Upholstery to bring you this amazing ottoman. Robert built and upholstered it and I finished the bottom with General Finishes Antique White Milk Paint and Satin High Performance Topcoat." - Virginia Vintage Interiors
"Our latest handmade piece is complete! If you dig Rustic Farmhouse Style, then this X-style coffee table will be right up your alley!
"This is very well constructed - quality wood and assembled with craftsman touches. Every inch of the piece has been stained with General Finishes Gray Gel Stain and coated with Arm-R-Seal Urethane Topcoat." - Kristin's Krazy Garage
This project is a combination of a tile top table and a portable coaster. The tile was custom made at a local pottery shop. The table was inspired by the splay-legged table by Garrett Hack. The top and aprons are natural cherry. The legs are stained cherry. General Finishes products were used to complete the project. The wood conditioner and stain were straightforward and easy to use. For the topcoat I found applying the finish with a foam brush and wiping the excess off with a cloth...
How cute are these adorable end tables by Katie & Co. Furniture Restorations?! Painted with General Finishes Antique White.
Katie comments, "So get this! My dad had a hip replacement two weeks ago and built these right after... just in time for my open house! Can you believe it!? He's a machine!"
"We had the opportunity to finish this gorgeous custom build cedar table for a client. They had this table built from cedar trees that were on their property. The trees were locally milled and taken to a carpenter in the Gilbert area to be built. It was then brought to us for the finish. We used General Finishes Enduro-Var over the raw cedar to bring out the natural color of the wood. Simply stunning!" - Painted Paradise, by Duke Interiors and Restoration
Check out this nifty modern dining table project by Johnny Brooke of Crafted Workshop at http://bit.ly/2yu3rbC! Completed with General Finishes Enduro-Var Urethane topcoat in Satin.
How neat is this custom bottle opener by Nick's Woodshop! Ambrosia curly maple finished with Arm-R-Seal oil based topcoat.
"Finally our table is done and I couldn't be happier with how it turned out! This gorgeous table was built by Patick Beck of Yorkville, IL.... I asked him to leave the table unfinished for me so that I could put my personal touch on it. I stained the table and bench in General Finishes Antique Walnut Gel Stain and sealed with their Arm-R-Seal topcoat for super durability." - Nap Time Creations
"My signature tulip table done in with authentic aged rustic finish. Hand scraped then a dry brush effect using General Finishes Antique White Milk Paint and finished with their HP flat top coat. Felt more like a piece of art."- Dettorre Furniture
"The piece is made completely from salvaged dock timbers from a Coast Guard station; it is dense yellow pine. After cleaning decades of salt, oil, and grime off the wood, I left the surface in its natural state to show it's beautifully weathered and rugged profile." - Tobias Olsen of Cascade Pacific Woodworks
The following products to were to refinish this lovely project: Java Gel Stain, High Performance Topcoat, Driftwood Milk Paint, Argentine and Tawny Pearl Effects.
What a charming custom door this is by Mark Dolan. He fashioned this cherry wood door using a Shapeoko CNC and Exterior 450 Topcoat, Gloss! See more of his talented work at his Twitter channel, @markspens!
Loving this custom table by Tom Davis! Finished with Exterior 450 Topcoat in Gloss. See more of his talented work by following him on Twitter at @davistomm!
What a beautiful custom piece this is! The American Woodshop applied six coats of Arm-R-Seal oil-based topcoat to achieve this shiny and durable finish.
"I am very pleased to share with you all The Randall Rocker! The chair is made up of solid and bent wood laminations more than 170 pieces in all. For those who don't know, bent laminations are thinly sliced strips of wood. By making them thin they become pliable. They are then placed in a form with glue between layers and left overnight. Once cured the pieces are stronger than the original wood and very sturdy." - Fedor Woods
The Randall Rocker has been finished with General Finishes...
What a creative wedding anniversary gift this is! This custom bean bag toss game was completed by Fish Brothers Board Co. and finished with GF Brown Mahogany and Black Gel Stain with Antique White Milk Paint.
They comment, "60 years of marriage - now that's awesome. This legacy set features the family brand, diamonds and the date they'll never forget!"
What a stunning butterfly bench this is by Mike Schwing of Schwing Woodworking! This is so creative!!
"For the bench, I finished with one coat of Watco danish natural, followed by one coat of shellac," Mike explains. "After lightly sanding with 220 grit, I applied three coats of General Finishes Arm-R-Seal... Arm-R-Seal is my go-to finish and the one I recommend most for my students as well. Love the stuff!"
Beachum Woodworks sealed this stunning live edge floating hall table in a few coats of General Finishes Arm-R-Seal! Be sure to check out other custom furniture they have created at http://bit.ly/2mofPQq.
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Check out this fireplace transformation by Kevin Klosinski of KJK Construction! After custom-building the mantle, he also painted the project in Snow White Milk Paint.
Lumbertown Woodworks shares this neat custom-made walnut slab table! Sealed with Arm-R-Seal oil-based topcoat.
"This 7' farmhouse table and 6' bench are a custom build. The chairs have been finished in General Finishes Antique White Milk Paint and lightly distressed. The table and bench base were also painted in Antique White. The table top and bench top have been stained with a combination of General Finishes Gray Gel Stain and Black Gel Stain. The table and chairs were then finished with a Satin High Performance Topcoat." - Gigi's Hope Chest
"Custom built here at Pops is this shaker style built in entertainment center. It uses poplar boards to highlight the board and battan upper cabinet, maple doors with seedy glass and soft close hinges. The cabinet is finished in a custom mixed color by General Finishes and then top coated with a General Finishes Enduro Poly Satin Top Coat. General Finishes mixes exact match custom GF Milk Paint colors for wholesale customers. For this project, General Finishes matched a porter off-white...
"Solid Mahogany Dining Table- Constructed from rough sawn 8/4 mahogany, milled to 1.75" thick after jointing and planing. The top was made in three sections, each finished separately then joined together. The top was first dyed with General Finishes Ebony Dye Stain. Once dry the outer sections were finished with three coats of Enduro PreCat Urethane, Flat. The center section was finished with Enduro PreCat Urethane, Gloss. Once the center section cured for 2 weeks it was further polished...
"A bench custom built for an entry way. Rustic distressed wood look was achieved by distressing the wood and using Java Gel Stain. Sealed with High Performance Poly in Satin Finish." - Roots & Wings Furniture LLC
This piece was entered into the Wood Working category of the 2016 GF Design Challenge Contest
"Custom built and finished using solid cherry, salvaged industrial parts and GF Gel Stains in Nutmeg and Brown Mahogany." - Jen of J Burns Design
This piece was entered into the Wood Working category of the 2016 GF Design Challenge Contest
"Shadow box tables created for the men and women who serve. I mixed Georgian Cherry Gel Stain and a little bit of Antique Walnut Gel Stain in a can of Seal-A-Cell. Seal-A-Cell helps control the penetration and dark spots." - Woodytrike Creations
These pieces were entered into the Wood Working category of the 2016 GF Design Challenge Contest
"This used to be a tree stump...Might have been destined for a wood chipper or used as firewood. Now it is a hand-carved dining chair. About 30 hours was spent creating this chair and finished with General Finishes Arm-R-Seal oil-based topcoat. I love this product and use it on almost every project I do." - Dallas Gara of Garawood
Dallas entered this into the Wood Working category of the 2016 GF Design Challenge Contest
These Demilune chests are made of African mahogany with satinwood inlay. Demilune is a word of French origin meaning ‘half-moon’.
"Each chest has three dovetailed drawers. The brass drawer pulls are from White Chapel Hardware. The tabletop, curved panels, and drawer fronts, feature grain-matched crotch mahogany. The crotch grain pattern occurs within a tree trunk where the trunk splits in two. The sequential veneers used for these chests are carefully aligned for a beautiful...
"I find it Nearly Impossible to Find Words or Pictures that will do Justice to the Design and Elements Involved in the Invoke Table. It must be Seen and Touched in Person to get the Full Experience.
A Powder Coated Welded Steel Frame is Inlaid with a Amazing Black Walnut Surface that has Undergone a sort of Natural Grain Enhancement thru Meticulous Grinding and Sanding which Creates a Virtual Wood Grain Topography. The Walnut is then Waterfall Jointed over the Edge of the Piece and...
"California West Bow Arm Chair, Using cherry from Tennessee and quarter sawn red oak from the Indiana area we have designed a contemporary rendition of our award winning Bow Arm Chair, The back has a 5 position adjustment. Construction is all mortise and tenon to assure many lifetimes of use. Chair is covered in fabric but is also available in leather. The tapered cherry legs and through mortise's in the arms adds stunning character to the design. This chair is a National Award Winner in...
"Live edge-pine dining set with lodgepole pine logs The top surface was finished with clear epoxy coating. All other areas are coated with General Finishes Endur-Var Semi-Gloss." - Michael Klingenmeyer
Michael entered this set into the Woodworking category of the 2016 GF Design Challenge Contest
"This beautiful coastal dining set was originally just an ordinary table and chairs. You know the type...orangey in color, out of style, ugly. The top of the table was removed and I cut down different widths of wood planks to fit. They were then sanded... and sanded some more. Next I stained using a combination of General Finishes stains. This combo is top secret, but I will reveal that Java, Brown Mahogany and Gray were used. This gives the wood an old, weathered look. I then dry...
"42" diameter honey Mesquite local grown reclaimed live edge 2" thick end grain slab finished in 4 coats of General Finishes Arm-R-Seal Gloss with 10" tall angled lucite acrylic legs." - Ryan of LumberLust Designs
Ryan entered this awesome piece into the Woodworking category of the 2016 GF Design Challenge Contest.
"This hall table top is made from 3/4" solid walnut and the legs are 2" solid maple. The side aprons are maple and the front and back aprons are walnut with a band of maple. The beefy legs were rough cut with a bandsaw then shaped by hand. All wood is natural with a clear finish of GF High Performance Satin Top Coat." - Ann of Annie's Impressions
Ann entered this piece into the Woodworking category of the 2016 GF Design Challenge Contest
"A coffee table made from a live-edge piece of spalted, curly maple and 3/8 inch metal rebar." - Sean Fouse of SF Woodworking
General Finishes Seal-A-Cell sealer (clear) and General Finishes Arm-R-Seal oil and urethane topcoat (Satin) were used for this project.
Sean entered this piece into the Wooddworking category of the 2016 GF Design Challenge Contest
"Words cannot fully articulate the meaning of this chest.
Brought to me broken and disheveled it represented a wife's love for her husband and his strength in protecting our country." - TJ at Crow Creek Designs
Java Gel Stain was used for this project.
TJ entered this piece into the 2016 GF Design Challenge Contest into the Woodworking category
"Building a piece of furniture is one of the most rawest forms of creativity. You get to create something straight from your mind. These doors were found items that were discovered on one of our shopping outtings and were what inspired Don to make this cabinet. He loved every moment of this process and is always so proud when people complement it. It is always the crowning glory in any vignette we create."
Brick Red Milk Paint
Nantucket Green Chalk-Style Paint...
"This coffee table is made out of solid pine lumber with mosaic tile inlaid on the surface." - Sean Fouse of SF Woodworking
General Finishes Seal-A-Cell sealer (clear)
General Finishes Arms-R-Seal oil and urethane topcoat (satin)
This piece was entered into the Woodworking category of the 2016 GF Design Challenge Contest
"The Compass Rose Coffee Table is made primarily of Macassar ebony, with an inlaid compass rose of holly and etimoe. The compass rose is encircled by a 16-sector pie-matched grain pattern, with a waterfall edge. The outer edge is beveled to reveal a jet black gaboon ebony detail. The legs are ebonized poplar.
Macassar ebony is a stunning wood that is most impressive when displayed with a high-clarity mirror-like finish. The 1920's Art Deco masterpieces by Jacques Ruhlmann are the...