Pewter

"Cherry tallboy refinished in General Finishes Alabaster Milk Paint. Top sanded and stained in Pewter Dye Stain. New black hardware to compliment new feet." - Elm Street Designs    
"The top was in rough shape but sanded down beautifully. I stained it in...
"A modern update to a dated piece! This piece is solid cherry wood. I wasn’t a fan of the shell design in the trim so I removed the entire base and built out a new one. Added some modern feet to bring it back to a decent height. I went way over budget with the new hardware but I think it was well worth it! Body is General Finishes Alabaster, the perfect shade of white. I added a raised stencil to the top row of drawers. Top was stripped and sanded and finished in General Finishes Dye...
"Refinished for a client who picked a beautiful shade of gray. Mahogany drawers were sanded down then stained in General Finishes Dye Stain in Pewter. Kept the gorgeous original hardware." - Elm Street Designs    
"I’m just over here forever trying to neutralize the red/orange in Mahogany. Please don’t come for me lovers of warm wood tones. Anyway, I think I found my go-to for doing just that without going too dark or loosing the grain. My new secret weapon- General Finishes water based dye stain in Pewter.   To all my furniture refinishing friends, I’ll share my process if you want to give this look a whirl. Completely stripped inside and out with Jasco and lacquer thinner. Sanded with my orbital...
Created with General Finishes water based dye stains in Pewter & Blue and Water Based Stain in Onyx & Walnut.      

Fusion Mineral Paint's new Blue Pine & Ageing Wax on the body, with Weatherwood Stains, LLC Salvage layered with General Finishes Pewter Dye Stain on top, sealed with 3 coats of General Finishes Arm-R-Seal.

"This great Halloween porch sign features General Finishes Pewter Dye Stain and two fabulous stencils from Essential Stencil." - Mettle Modern Design   Learn more about General Finishes Dye Stain in this video:http://bit.ly/GFVideoProductDyeStain
"This Valentine Sign board was coated in General Finishes Pewter Dye Stain, and sanded lightly. Using the 5” A-Z stencils from Essential Stencil, we crafted the basis for the sign, and embellished it with the heart wreath from the stencil of the month club January design. I used premier acrylics in Titanium White for the letters, and Dixie Belle Tea Rose for the heart!"