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Our entire selection of Black cabinet colors can be viewed on www. eldstonecabinetry.com.
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.
Licorice
A specialty color for Maple, Oak and Quarter Sawn Oak cabinetry
Licorice is a Black finish with worn edges, rounded corners and light chain distressing  Nickel glaze is applied to accent the door profiles  Available on Maple, Oak and Quarter Sawn Oak door styles 
LICORICE
Shown here on the Shelburne door style in Oak with optional Decorator Edge.
Licorice is a Tinted Varnish-based Specialty color.
Shown here on the Gulfport door style in Maple. Villa Black is a Tinted Varnish-based Specialty color.
A specialty color for Maple cabinetry
The Villa finish results in a look that suggests brush strokes along the face of the doors and drawers, and any other finished part of the cabinetry  The color and brush stroke technique will vary from door to door and will blend throughout the cabinetry  Available on Maple door styles 
Bordeaux
A specialty color for
Maple cabinetry
Bordeaux is a Black finish with rounded corners, worn edges and light chain distressing  Additional worn areas on center panels and door frames expose beautiful burgundy tones  Available on Maple door styles  Bordeaux can receive Old World Distressing, illustrated on pages 70–71 
BORDEAUX
Shown here on the Portland door style in Maple.
Bordeaux is a Tinted Varnish-based Specialty color.
Villa Black
LICORICE
Shown here on the Everly door style in Maple. Licorice is a Tinted Varnish-based Specialty color.
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