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Finish Options

Stained Finish

When we stain a piece of furniture we coat each piece twice with stain and make sure we get into all of the cracks and crevasses.  Once the stain is dry then we will either poly to protect the stain or we can incorporate another one of our finishing techniques listed below.  We do not surharge to finish our furniture with stain only. 

Painted Finish

When we paint a piece of furniture we coat each piece until the wood is completely covered and you cannot see any wood grain through it.  We will clear poly to protect afterwards with one coat to ensure a long lasting finish.  Please note that there is an extra charge of $50 if you would like your piece painted in any way.

Antiqued Finish

When antiquing a piece of furniture, we first stain the piece entirely.  Once the stain is dry we will then completely paint it, with many coats, to give it a good solid finish.  After the paint is completely dry we sand down the edges and rough it up to give it that aged, scuffed, and "looking like its been places and seen things over the years" look.  Please note that there is an extra charge of $75 for this finish.  This charge is due to not only using stain and paint together but also for the time involved in completing the "antiquing" finish.

Distressed Finish

When distressing a piece of furniture, we first stain the piece entirely.  Once the stain is dry then we lightly paint the piece specifically to give it an old, weathered and chipped over many, many years look.  This finish is what you would imagine a piece of painted barn wood would look like after 100 years.  Please note that there is an extra charge of $50 for this finishing technique.  This charge is due to needing to use stain and paint on one piece.

Faux Cerusing Finish

When distressing a piece of furniture, we first stain the piece entirely.  Once the stain is dry then we lightly paint the piece specifically to give it an old, weathered and chipped over many, many years look.  This finish is what you would imagine a piece of painted barn wood would look like after 100 years.  Please note that there is an extra charge of $50 for this finishing technique.  This charge is due to needing to use stain and paint on one piece.

Stain Options

*Please keep in mind that all device screen colors may vary.  Colors are also likely to vary between types of wood, grain, porosity, texture, and the number of coats used when finishing the item. 

Weathered Oak

One of our most popular finishes is not shown on the list below due to it being a custom stain and polyurethane mixture.  It is a polyurethane tinted with weathered gray stain color.  The pictures above show some of the pieces we have finished in this color.  This finish gives a  warm lighter brown look, like what you would assume a piece of wood that has been sitting in the sun and elements for years would look like.

Jacobean

Another one of our most popular stain colors is "Jacobean".  We are frequently asked to send pictures of what this stain color looks like so we have posted 3 tables above, all of which have tops stained in Jacobean.  It is a nice dark brown stain that allows for a lot of wood grain to still show through.  It is seamlessly versatile and coordinates well with many other stain and paint colors.

Carbon Gray

Lots or our customers love this stain..."Carbon Gray"...and we do too!  It is a nice rich gray color that also allows the knots and lines of the wood grain to show through for a perfect, rustic look!

Ebony

This is our "Ebony" stain.  Not to be mistaken for black.  It is very, very dark brown color and very thick so not a lot of wood grain shows through...but you can still see the lines of it. 

Special Walnut

"Special Walnut" is a really versatile stain color.  It is a medium brown and really warm color.  It looks great when a piece is entirely stained or when a piece is stained/painted in a 2 tone with it.

Barn Red

"Barn Door Red" has quickly become one of our favorite, unique stain colors.  It looks great on Pine as it highlights the wood grain and pops with color.

Classic Gray

"Classic Gray" is a great compromise when choosing a gray.  It is a true gray stain and does not keep a brown look as our "Weathered Gray" can but still allows for a good amount of wood grain to show through.  It is also not as dark as our "Carbon Gray" stain color.  

Briarsmoke Custom Mix

"Classic Gray" is a great compromise when choosing a gray.  It is a true gray stain and does not keep a brown look as our "Weathered Gray" can but still allows for a good amount of wood grain to show through.  It is also not as dark as our "Carbon Gray" stain color.  

Briarsmoke

"Classic Gray" is a great compromise when choosing a gray.  It is a true gray stain and does not keep a brown look as our "Weathered Gray" can but still allows for a good amount of wood grain to show through.  It is also not as dark as our "Carbon Gray" stain color.  

Table Leg Options

Below are our standard dining table leg options.  Each table leg is 28.5in tall allowing for the table to be 30in tall in total.  When choosing your table leg please let us know which leg you are interested in and we will give you a quote on your new table.  These legs are made with pine and can be stained or painted to your liking.  Please see our portfolio page for examples.

Counter Height Table & Kitchen Island Leg Options

Below are our 34.5in tall counter height table & kitchen island legs.  These legs will make your table or island a total of 36in tall.  When choosing please let us know the name of the leg you would like for your new piece so that we can give you a quote.  Again, these legs are made from pine and can be stained or painted to your liking.