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
"These beautiful solid wood nightstands were selected from our unfinished inventory and refinished in Lamp Black and Black Cherry Water Based Stain by General Finishes. They turned out gorgeous!!" - Painted Paradise, by Duke Interiors and Restoration
Incredible hand crafted banjo by Capital City Banjos finished with General Finishes Black Cherry Water Based Stain, Medium Brown Dye Stain and satin High Performance Topcoat.
What a transformation! Edge Grain restored this end table using General Finishes Black Cherry Water Based Wood Stain! Sealed with High Performance Topcoat in Satin.
See more of Edge Grain's work by following his Twitter channel at @edge_grain.
General Finishes Dark Cherry Water Based Wood Stain sample
"We refinish more than cabinets! The before photo on the left shows that these doors had years of wear and tear. The result of the after photo on the right shows just what refinishing can do to renew a space. Our team used General Finishes Black Cherry water-based Wood Stain to successfully bring these doors back to life." - Cabinet Refresh Texas
"There is nothing like a great before and after! This is a current job we are working on in which we are refinishing the clients cabinets with General Finishes Black Cherry stain. "
"There's nothing like a good before and after! A peek at some stain samples we did in preparation for our most recent vendor fair. Far left: General Finishes Espresso, Middle & Far Right: 2 variations of General Finishes Black Cherry."
Get this beautiful neutral look using a 66/33 custom mix of Driftwood and Queenstown Gray Milk Paints, hand-distressed over Black Cherry Water-Based Wood Stain! Find out more about our Water Based Wood Stains here: http://bit.ly/1oRJOeg
and Water Based Dye Stains here: http://bit.ly/1t3gwk3
The Lands at Hillside Farms says, "I put the glaze on first to dull the shininess of the horn (this was a polished horn, in other words sanded to a high shine). Then I used the Black Cherry Stain on top of the glaze. No top coat Black Cherry Waterbase Wood Stain was used to finish this horn along with Van Dyke Brown Glaze Effects. applied."