Posts tagged 'Wood Furniture Color'
June 30, 2022
Experience Finish Samples In The Comfort Of Your Own Home
As you shop Gat Creek for your home you will want all the information you can gather with material and finish undoubtedly at the top of your list.
Whether your interest is in one of our ash, cherry, maple or walnut finishes, you will want to review wood finish samples in your home to evaluate the grain feel and color value. These 6” x 3” real wood samples are the closest possible representations of the materials and finish we use to build our furniture. Paint finish samples are much easier to make and less expensive to sample but just as valuable. These extra large paint chips are generously sized at 5.5” x 3.5”.
July 19, 2020
Seven Things You Should Know About Painted Furniture
We are often asked for details about our painted finishes. How does classic paint differ from hand glazed? Is there a protective top coat on top of the paint? Can I choose my own color?
Painted furniture can make a bold statement, a subtle punctuation, or anything in between. To supply you with the confidence to express yourself in color, we offer answers to the seven most frequently asked questions about Gat Creek painted furniture.
February 19, 2020
Cherry Furniture Color Grows Richer Over Time
If only we all aged as beautifully as cherry wood.
Time and the elements aren’t necessarily charitable to all things: that Oldsmobile sitting on cinder blocks in a field, the Persian rug in uneven light beneath a bay window, the sun-worshipper in his golden years. But cherry wood is an exception. The way it improves with age is why furniture made of solid cherry may be the most prized in America.