"Just finished a buffet refinish!
Red: General Finishes Empire Red Dye Stain.
Black: General Finishes Ebony Dye Stain.
Topcoat: General Finishes HPTC Satin with a final rub down of General Finishes Satin Finishing Wax on a 1000 grit sanding sponge.
The framing was done from the factory in a very bright white wood and the door fronts were a mahogany veneer. The way they got a uniform color across the whole piece was to dye the white wood with a nice red before putting a...
The top and crown are Medium Brown Dye Stain with Burnt Umber RTM (Ready to Match) stain wiped over. The cases are a mixture of Holiday Red Milk Paint, Empire Red and Merlot Dye then glazed with black stain.
"Antique White Milk Paint with Burnt Umber Glaze Effects. Combination of Empire Red and Medium Brown Dye Stain on this cherry top." - James of JR's Timeless Treasures
This radiant masterpiece was custom-made by the very talented Ryan at Kneeland Designs using General Finished pre-stain conditioners, as well as Orange, Amber, Empire Red, Cinnamon, Ebony and Blue Water-Based Dye Stains with white wash on the eyes!
This spectacular wall decoration was created from scratch by Kneeland Designs, and brought to life with a mixture of about 20 different General Finishes products! To start off, they applied water based conditioner and the oil based conditioner to the appropriate sections of the piece. Sun: Combination of General Finishes Empire Red, Amber, Orange and Yellow Dye Stains. Each was layered on the other to achieve a more complex color. Rock: Stained with GF's Pecan, American Walnut and Spiced...