60 Gray Farmhouse Kitchen Cabinet Makeover Ideas - Gladecor.com
One of the most popular trends in kitchen design is gray cabinets. They are versatile options that can look Old World or modern, traditional or contemporary. And, depending on the style of the doors, they can even bridge the line… Continue Reading →
How to Stain with Gel Stain Over an Existing Finish [without stripping] - The Weathered Door
I shared the makeover of a Mid Century Modern Credenza last week where I used General Finishes Gel Stain over the existing finish on the piece and wanted to share how I did that. I think one misconception is that you have to strip and sand a piece down to bare wood before you can […]
Gray Gel Stain
General Finishes Gel Stain / Gel Topcoat / 12 Colors / Pint~Quart General Finishes oil-based Gel Topcoats and Gel Stains just might be the easiest finish to use to achieve a professional result. This heavy-bodied formula allows less penetration than traditional stains providing the deepest, richest color of any oil-based stain and consistent color control. There is no messy splashing, drips, or runs. Gel stains produce an even finish on hard to stain woods such as Cherry, Pine or Maple…
If you want to redesign your kitchen, then you should adhere to the points that are mentioned below. The kitchen is the center of the home. If you are...
How To Paint Kitchen Cabinets Without Sanding or Priming - Step by Step
Learn how to paint kitchen cabinets without sanding or priming with this step-by-step tutorial. Yes, painting kitchen cabinets yourself is possible AND the results are gorgeous and durable!
This cabinet color was created in three steps using Weatherwood Stains. Reclamation Stain was applied to alder wood + a coat of White Oil to lighten. Then seal with Varnish to protect. For more information or to purchase your supplies, visit ThomasMachInteriors.com
Knotty alder before and after. I used OldMasters gel stain brushing on “aged oak” which is a gray then a brown “walnut” while it was still wet