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Specialty Colors are cabinetry  nishes that take your room to a whole new level. Artistic effects are added to popular colors to add character and in some cases, a vintage feel.
Chateaux is a specialty color for Cherry and Rustic Cherry cabinetry
Chateaux is Created by randomly applying several distressing techniques, softening all edges, padding the edges to create shadowing, and adding speckling to accentuate the distressing. Patina is accomplished with 1. rounded corners
2. worn edges 3. knife cuts 4. worm holes 5. rasping 6. dips and 7. light chain distressing that we hand apply
to drawers, doors and throughout the cabinetry. A protective topcoat completes the look. The finish is oven cured for durability. Brown Chateaux colors are shown on this page. Chateaux is available on Cherry & Rustic Cherry door styles.
HANDSOME BROWN
To speckle the Chateaux  nish, a subtle stain in dark brown is randomly applied across the surface of the  nish. These spots will be no larger than the diameter of a pencil eraser.
Speckling
Chateaux
1. ROUNDED CORNERS
3. KNIFE CUTS
2. WORN EDGES
7. LIGHT CHAIN DISTRESSING
CHATEAUX NUTMEG
Shown here on the Reading door style in Cherry.
6. DIPS
CHATEAUX OREGANO
Shown here on the Charleston door style in Cherry.
5. RASPING
CHATEAUX CAPPUCCINO
Shown here on the Arcata door style in Cherry.
CHATEAUX TOFFEE
Shown here on the Bainbridge door style in Cherry.
4. WORM HOLES
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