Danish Teak

"I asked the client what they wanted. She said, "Black....and just do your thing". I love when they say that! So, this beautiful, mahogany gal is all dressed out in black, but with some sliming stripes, and some raised design on the drawers and doors. These stunning silver pulls add the perfect finish to the look." - Designs by Dee      

The top is stained with General Finishes Danish Teak after using GF Wood Conditioner, & sealed with GF Arm-R-Seal.

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

Christopher Clark finished these side tables in General Finishes products! He raised the grain with distilled water and sand, then he applied General Finishes Cinnamon and Dark Brown Dye Stains mixed 2-1. Grey Scotch Brite was used to break down any grain that was left, and then Enduro sanding sealer was used. Christopher suggests that the Enduro is sprayed for the best effect! Next GF's Pitch Black Glaze Effects was used to fill any pores and to tone down the cinnamon color. Lastly, 3-4...