Cabinets

Glaze Styles



BRUSH STROKE
Black Brush Stroke glaze shown on Maple Driftwood

BRUSH STROKE:

This glaze treatment will be evident throughout the finished exterior
of the cabinetry, providing a pronounced keepsake effect. Brush Stroke
glaze differs from other glaze applications in that while it is concentratedin
recessed details of the woodwork, it displays a pronounced decorative
effect on the flat surfaces as well. This effect is produced by brushing
the glaze onto the surface of the cabinetry. Generally, the brush stroke
is applied in the direction of the wood grain. While some of the glaze
material is wiped off of the substrate, a larger quantity is left in to
illustrate the patterns produced through the brush technique. Brush Stroke
glaze is available in all five colors.

  • Finish: Black

    Black

  • Finish: Brown

    Brown

  • Finish: Creme

    Creme

  • Finish: Platinum

    Platinum

  • Finish: White

    White


ARTISAN
Brown Artisan glaze
shown on Maple Vanilla

ARTISAN

This glaze treatment will concentrate in the corners and recessed details
of the cabinetry, providing a distinct heirloom effect. Additionally,
the Artisan glaze treatment will include glaze application on the flat
surfaces of the woodwork. The effect of the glaze upon flat surfaces will
be more visible when applied to open-grained wood species. Similar in
concept to Brush Stroke glaze, Artisan glaze is generally applied in the
direction of the wood grain. The product is then wiped to remove some
of the glaze material. The amount of glaze material left on the product
via the Artisan glaze treatment will typically be greater than what is
evidenced with Antique Highlight glaze, but significantly less than what
is seen with Brush Stroke glaze. Artisan glaze is available in all five
colors.

  • Finish: Black

    Black

  • Finish: Brown

    Brown

  • Finish: Creme

    Creme

  • Finish: Platinum

    Platinum

  • Finish: White

    White


ANTIQUE
Black Antique Highlight shown on Maple Nutmeg

ANTIQUE:

This glaze treatment will concentrate in the corners and recessed details
of the doors and drawer fronts, providing a bold highlighted effect. The
amount of glaze “hang-up” in the door detail will vary to provide proper
antique appeal. The more elaborate the detail of the door style, the more
intense the effect. Antique Highlight glaze is available in all five colors.

  • Finish: Black

    Black

  • Finish: Brown

    Brown

  • Finish: Creme

    Creme

  • Finish: Platinum

    Platinum

  • Finish: White

    White