"Introducing our new Zander bed. This rustic-modern design is crafted with high quality Douglas Fir lumber. What makes this bed different from our other styles is that it has a low profile footboard giving it that added modern touch. This bed would bed perfect for any home decor style and goes great paired with our Cleveland dresser and nightstands. Finished in General Finishes Antique Oak Water Based Stain." - Meli-D Creations
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"Who doesn’t love a bit of Mid Century sleek and clean lines? The top and sides are done in General Finishes Coastal Blue and the front in Antique Oak Water Based Stain with some great geometric gilding in keeping with the lines of the piece....and finally not forgetting the sweet gold legs." - Emporium K Designs
Antique Oak Water Based Wood Stain applied to raw wood.
Completely restyled vintage pine furniture. Cleaned and sanded then painted in a lovely soft cream mineral paint, the tops were sanded and stained with General Finishes Antique Oak water based wood stain and then finished with Dixie Belle Company's Gator Hide for a water resistant finish and the insides treated with DB Big Mamma’s Butta in orange grove.
"Manufactured by Michigan Furniture Company, Holland MI
A beautiful transitional piece that could be used as a dresser, media stand or buffet. Custom finish: Greige base with General Finishes Antique Oak & Graystone Water Based Stain wash."
"Presley reNEWed cabinet. General Finishes
Mix of Snow White & Antique White Milk Paint, Water Based Stain mix of Antique Oak, Graystone with Greige wash,
Smooth & Durable Polyurethane finish" - Kenzie Lynn Designs
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"Check out my take on a metal looking finish. This was done using Driftwood Milk Paint, Argentine Pearl Effects, Pitch Black Glaze, High Performance Topcoat and Antique Oak stain all by General Finishes. I removed the bottom of the dresser to get rid of the curved wood and give it a cleaner look then added hairpin legs."
This hutch received an update while staying true to the client's decor. Refinished in Black Stain with the doors and drawers done in Antique Oak, a two tone combination challenging the outdated stigma that black and brown can pair well together.
This beautiful piece features a worn General Finishes blackish finish, natural legs, with black and white floral lined cabinets and drawers. Full of original character and mixed with a modern finish, this piece will undoubtedly make a statement in your home!
- 50:50 mix of General Finishes Antique Oak and Black Cherry Water-Based Stains (top only)
2018 GF Design Challenge 3rd Place Winner - Upcycling Category - Roll Out the Burl-El
"Painted in General Finishes pigmented Enduro White Poly and stained using their Antique Oak Water Based Stain. What a classic combination!
"Get the ultimate in storage with this apothecary cabinet. This unique furniture is best known for its use in pharmacies from days gone by, but now you can own this piece in your own home. Stripped and stained in General Finishes Antique Oak Water Based Stain and all 20 drawers received new card catalogue hardware. Both functional and decorative, this apothecary cabinet provides visual interest and loads of drawers." - Flipping Unbelievable
Cool industrial style bar cart hand crafted by Reformed Wood and finished with General Finishes Antique Oak Water Based Stain.
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This color combo evokes the deliciousness of a steaming cup of creamy cappuccino! Get the look with this custom mix: 50/50 Antique Oak Water-Based Wood Stain with High Performance Topcoat Satin on Millstone Milk Paint! There are so many choices, which stain should you choose? Learn the differences between GF stains & dyes in this video: http://bit.ly/1vtZolo