Glazed finishes highlight detail and create an impression of aging at no additional charge. Glazing is an additional finish step in which a pigmented material is applied to the surfaces, then partially hand-wiped away. Allowing the glaze to “hangup” in areas of detail, adding contrast and depth. Because of the handcrafted nature of glazing, it is naturally variable.
Distressing gives a timeworn look to cabinetry, reminiscent of antique furniture. The process creates soft corners and profiles, and subtle, randomly-placed dents. Optional glazing accentuates these features even more.
- Dents and Oversanding
- Dents & Oversanding
- Rub-through and Oversanding
- Rub-through, Dents, and Oversanding