Various Glaze Antiquing Techniques we use:
Antiquing is often done in moderation, with
“fly specks” being the most traditional and
giving finishes a little more character.
Below is an example of fly speck antiquing.
Time Worn Distressing
worn distressing is a popular choice when
you want your furniture to appear old....and
not refinished. These techniques
include scratches, stains, worn edges and
coarse, distressing can also be taken to
extremes….or anywhere in between.
Also…..Don’t overlook painted finishes. For
example, black over cherry has been one of
our most popular painted finishes,
especially on chairs and kitchen table
bases. it’s a finish we are very well-known
for, and it's fabulous
different styles of furnishings.