"This pretty custom sofa table gave me the opportunity to work with a species of wood that I never have before. Bloodwood is an exotic dense wood that is sometimes referred to as cardinal wood, for its obvious beautiful deep rose color. So there was no stain used on this gorgeous cut! Just two coats of General Finishes Arm-R-Seal in Gloss for clarity and then a final coat of Arm-R-Seal Satin for a mellow glow."
Ash coffee table stained with General Finishes oil based Honey Maple stain and finished with their high performance water based topcoat.
This beautiful bowed front buffet had great shape & after cleaning & sanding layers of gunk, had great flame burl on the bowe!
This was a piece picked out from our warehouse by my almost sister-in-law, for her bedroom. She picked out a great shade in Fusion Mineral Paint Homestead Blue, distressed, & sealed with High Performance Satin. The top & drawers were stained with General Finishes Walnut Oil Based Stain - the drawers turned out darker than the top, so I used...
"This was stained with General Finishes American Walnut then got a light coat of Black Gel Stain- I say light because I was impatient and didn't wait the recommended time & my first coat of Arm-R-Seal took quite a bit of the black off. The tops then got 3 coats of Arm-R-Seal Satin, my favorite topcoat!" - Flipping Fabulous
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...
This Ginkgo Biloba inspired bureau was build around contrasts: matt & shine, dark & bright, classic & modern.
I've chosen black and dark shades of greys as a canvas for sparkling copper accents. I used copper leafs and some metallic paint to achieve the look.
I love leaving the best parts of the original woodwork so i left old intarsia around the edges and i refreshed the top of the piece by applying general finishes maple woodstain.
Ginkgo biloba leafs...
Old chair was sanded and stained with GF Candlelight oil based wood stain and painted gold.Finished w/ GF satin top coat.
Winner - Runner Up in Dye Stain Category of 2017 GF Design Challenge
The top is stained with General Finishes Danish Teak after using GF Wood Conditioner, & sealed with GF Arm-R-Seal.
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.
"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 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
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This darling dining Room Table and Chair Set was refinished using General Finishes Pecan Liquid Oil Based Stain and Arm-R-Seal Top Coat.