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Unfinished Furniture Ct

Unfinished Furniture Ct

At Woodmarket Furniture, we will show you **** by **** how to get fabulous results using both our *** base and waterbase products. Why limit yourself to three or four color options, when unfinished furniture offers you endless possibilities. Whether you want the bold, luscious colors of waterbase paints and stains, the look of aged wood that has acquired a patina from generations of use or the ******* traditional wood tones of our wipe-on *** base finishes, we have the finish for you. You can create customized designer looks and save thousands of dollars, applying our finishes on **** wood furniture from your local unfinished furniture retailer. And it’s all made in America. Don’t feel like doing it your self? Let us help you!
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Unfinished Furniture Ct

Come see our writing desks, modular ****** furniture, computer desks, as well as ******* desks and rustic ******* furniture. There are country cabinets, cubbies, stereo cabinets, and TV carts and stands. Wood Bin’s **** furnishings selections include bedroom dressers, chests, mirrors, mule chests, beds and headboards. Our store has living room pieces, including lots of coffee tables, end tables, accent and sofa tables and hall tables. For outside, don’t miss Wood Bin’s selections of patio, rockers, gliders, and ******* unpainted unfinished furniture. Also, visit our wood finishes department for the country’s **** stains and paints for unfinished furniture.
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Unfinished Furniture Ct

At Pinewood Furniture, you can have the **** wood furnishings in the finish you desire. We have access to over 20,000 different pieces of furniture from our reputable manufacturers. Choose from Amish, factory finished or unfinished furniture in pine, maple, alder, cherry, oak, and more! Furnish your **** from a selection of quality wood furniture including **** entertainment centers, computer desks, bookcases, bedroom furniture, ******* and dining room furniture, storage units, accessories, and more! We’ll help you get just the look you want for your *** furniture. We offer custom finishing or we can help provide you the tools and knowledge to do it yourself.
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Unfinished Furniture Ct

Whether you are looking for an individual piece to complete a living room or a full set for a bedroom, we have Amish quality custom finished or unfinished hardwood furniture that will fit perfectly with your décor vision. We sell terrific wood furniture that can be finished in an endless selection of color stains including glazes and distressing. From vibrant reds and yellows to subtle grays and greens, we offer custom stained and painted furniture options to will compliment any room interior.
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Unfinished Furniture Ct

We have contemporary, mission, traditional, shaker, children’s furniture, and ******* cabinets. Corner unfinished furniture for every room; counter stools, bar stools, ******* tables and chairs, storage benches, serving carts, chairs, dining tables, curios, buffets, ***** cabinets, chef carts, ******* islands, wall shelves, pub tables, bars, storage pantries and pie cabinets. We also offer consoles, modular entertainment centers and armoires for TVs or wardrobes.
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Unfinished Furniture Ct

Sanding is a progressive procedure. Do NOT start sanding with very fine sandpaper on unfinished wood. Prepare the surface by using medium sand paper *****, and then proceed to finer grades. Water based finishes need a smoother surface than *** based finishes, but do not over sand or you may seal the wood so much that it will not take a finish. Sand raw wood in the direction of the grain starting with a coarser grit sand paper such as #120 sandpaper, and finish the final sanding with a fine grit sandpaper such as #180 or #220. On soft woods such as Pine, Aspen or Alder sand ***** with #120 and finish with #220. On hardwoods such as Oak, Maple, Birch or Parawood sand ***** with #120 and finish no finer than #180. End-grains (areas where the wood has been cut against the grain), such as the front side of a table, tend to soak up more stain than other surfaces. Give end-grain areas an additional sanding to control the absorption of stain. Refer to our sanding tutorial for more information.
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Unfinished Furniture Ct

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Unfinished Furniture Ct

Use **** Paint for all your ******* furniture. It is not just an interior product! ******* interior/exterior paints for use with furniture, crafts, and cabinets. **** Paint is a sturdy ******* finish ******* for ******* furniture. Uniquely engineered from the latest paint technology, **** Paints can be used directly from the can to produce a high quality satin sheen. No mixing messy powders!
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Turn *** furniture into heirlooms by creating a *******, timeworn look. Antiquing is accomplished as follows: After applying your base color and letting it dry, sand the areas you want antiqued with a random orbital sander, following with 100 grit sandpaper by hand to enhance certain areas along the edges, around doorknobs, etc. The look you are trying to obtain is a slightly distressed piece, so don’t hold the sander in one spot too long. DO NOT sand corners or moldings with a power sander – these areas should be done by hand. Do one side at a time. After you have finished a section, wipe it down with a slightly damp cloth to remove dust and reveal either the bare wood or under coat of finish beneath, creating the look of slightly worn areas. After you have sanded all surfaces inside and out with power sander (using either a #220 gray foam sanding pad or #400 grit sandpaper), you are ready to hand sand the edges, corners, and door. You will want to be thinking about where extra wear would be from using the doorknobs, etc. You will notice as you go along that different pressures will bring out more of the undercoat. The doors of furniture get the most wear, so open and close the door and take notice of where your hands are. Imagine over time how much the areas are used and touched. This should help you decide what areas need to be more distressed. Be careful not to sand too **** after you have wiped a section with the damp cloth. When the furniture is sanded while damp, too much paint will come off. It’s important to gradually sand all areas.
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Remove hardware from furniture. Taking a little extra time to remove backs of cabinets, drawer fronts etc., will make staining much easier. **** Paints may be intermixed to create additional colors. Snow White or Antique White will soften darker colors.
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Creating a marble look on furniture is easy with **** Paints or Wood Stains. The following are some useful tips to know before you begin. Marbleizing works **** on closed grain woods such as pine, maple, birch, aspen, or alder. If you use “open-grain” woods, such as oak, the distinct, visible grain of these woods will show through the background of the marbleizing, and distort the look. Use your imagination! In nature, there are no two pieces of marble exactly alike. If you don’t like the results simply paint over and start again.

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