Corner blocks at the joints of wood frames increase sturdiness and durability. This method of joinery support offers the best strength and practicality.
Adding dimension, color, character and smoothness to the wood, a multi-step finishing process also preserves the wood's natural beauty. This wonderfully enhancing process is highly desirable, and found in the finest furniture.
Antiqued technique creates a handsome, vintage, timeworn look on new furniture by applying a coat of stain and allowing it to dry completely. The stain is then removed from selected areas, usually edges and corners, using fine-grit sandpaper giving it a faded appearance.
In addition to enhancing the shine and luster of wood, a protective top finish will maintain a hard, resilient surface. Woods with this type of protected topcoat will likely maintain their beauty and form for years to come.
A way to add texture, personality and richness to any piece of furniture, crown molding is a decorative strip used along the tops of cabinets.
Oak is a strong yet elastic wood with an attractive grain pattern. The age rings in the wood are far apart, giving it a unique appearance.
Reproducing what looks like years of dings and dents, this process is done by hand to make physical impressions in the wood.
To create a worn effect, this technique employs a shaping tool that is run along edges and corners.
As resilient as our wood pieces can be, they still require protection and care to safeguard their timeless beauty.
Enhancing the grain pattern of underlying coats, this method uses sandpaper or wool to gently rub away some of the topcoat on edges, carvings and other areas.