These are my go-to stain colors (General Finishes Water-Based Dye).
"Thank you GF! This 6'2" long x 4' tall 40 drawer was just purchased by the set designers for the TV series FARGO and will be in their "library" set. All custom refinished with GF products!"
This look was achieved by layering General Finishes Dark Brown and Amber Dye Stain and sealed with High Performance Topcoat in flat.
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"Where are our mid mod fans?! It is not all that often that we get mid century modern pieces but these definitely exceeded my expectations. Also check out the hardware. It is pretty awesome. The drawers were stained using General Finishes Dark Brown Dye Stain and the rest painted in Coastal Blue."
Bathroom vanity makeover with General Finishes Dark Chocolate Milk Paint, light distressing and satin High Performance Topcoat.
"This incredible Antique Victorian Buffet has been completely refinished. The top, drawers, and cabinet doors have been stained in General Finishes Dark Brown Dye Stain to enhance the amazing figured wood. The body and legs have a custom blackish walnut finish for a subtle contrast."
"I'm loving this finish! I started with General Finishes "Patina Green Milk Paint", which I lightly brushed over the entire piece. I then used General Finishes "Dark Brown Water Based Dye Stain" as a glaze. The end result is a beautiful rustic turquoise!!" - The Downtown Farmgirl
"This project has been very rewarding. The table on the left is refreshed using General Finishes Dye Stains in Cinnamon on the table sides, Amber with a wash of Pewter on the drawers and Dark Brown on the shelf and legs. The color choices were a nod to MCM colors." - BentWoods Studio
"Our custom orders come in all SHAPES and SIZES! Last week we wrapped up this gorgeous large mirror with a 6 step finish to compliment a large buffet that’s going in my clients new home. We matched the finish using General Finishes Dark Chocolate, Millstone, and Queenstown Milk Paints, Van Dyke Brown Glaze Effects and of course HPTC to seal it all in." - Twig & Thyme Design
"This beauty has received the full restoration treatment. The old chipping finish was completely removed and using General Finishes Dark Brown Dye Stain I was able to highlight all the beautiful walnut grain while giving the color an update. The drawers are in excellent working condition and lined with a beautiful pop of floral print fabric." - Nap Time Creations
"We started by completely stripping and staining this 1920’s Queen Anne style dresser with General Finishes Dark Brown Dye Stain and finished it with a worn Queenstown Gray finish. Gilded original hardware and new D. Lawless casters complete this incredible transformation." - ReFind Design by Coco Clare
Alaska is home of the midnight sky, and when the moon sits against the beautiful colors, it creates the most beautiful sky in the world. General finishes dye stains allows us to mimic the skies of the great Alaskan North in an amazing way. Each handcut peice is stained in general finishes custom dye stains. The sky is a mix of blue, ebony, and amber dyestain, all blended to an ombre effect. The moon is done with winter white glaze effects. The mountains are a mix of medium brown, dark brown...
This desk features a beautiful burled veneer top that has been completely refinished with General Finishes Water Base Dye Stains. It is a custom color mix consisting of Medium Brown Dye Stain with a touch of Dark Brown Dye Stain and sealed with Arm R Seal. The base of the desk was hand painted in a custom off white and then perfectly aged using General Finishes Van Dyke Brown Glaze.
"It took a while, but I finally found a stain I'm in love with. Found General Finishes at Lee Valley today and I am now converted. I was having a hard time with offgassing of my other stains but these are water based so no odour!
Using General Finishes Dye Stain in "Dark Brown" and sealed with high performance top coat in satin. Hands down their dye stains are my FAVORITE to work with!
"Love your dye stains. Used Merlot and Dark Brown to refinish this 95 year old shotgun to make the stock look aged/faded."