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Glaze

Antique

All over sprayed on glaze is brushed and sanded off to leave a moderately heavy, brushed look. Profiles and edges are accentuated.

Brushed

All over wiped on glaze with subtle brush strokes, less even toned, profiles and edges accentuated.

Dry Brushing

Black edging that appears to be burnt, applied to worn corners or eased edges.

Emulsion

This finish trait gives the appearance of an uneven brushed finish, and is only available on solid colors.

Farm House

Solid color finishes only, emulsion finish trait applied, glaze wiped and brushed on, brushed off, gives the appearance of multiple coats of heavy paint, with a moderately heavy glaze, profiles and edges accentuated.

Fly Speck

Small dark colored specks are applied randomly by hand to give your cabinetry a unique finish. Fly speck is available in black only.

Glaze

Applied by hand, this is an all-over, even-toned wiped on glaze, with the profiles and edges accentuated.

Padding

Random hand-mottling gives your cabinetry a rich, aged look.

Spatter

Random, transparent spots, applied by a Bertch finish artist. Spatter has the appearance similar to that of water spots.