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DISTRESSING ILLUSTRATED
Fieldstone Cabinetry uses several techniques to add character and appeal to cabinetry  They are illustrated on these two pages  All of our distressing marks are added by hand  There is no machine and there is no robot that can successfully duplicate what the eyes and hands of an artisan achieve through personal handling of the cabinetry 
A Light Touch
SPATTERING
Spattering is a dark stain, hand applied randomly to the cabinetry.
• Spattering on stain with glaze combinations is free of charge.
• Spattering on an unglazed stain is available on all wood types at an upcharge.
LIGHT CHAIN
DISTRESSING
Light Chain Distressing is used to create Amaretto, Bordeaux, Chateaux, Homestead, Licorice, Linen and Oatmeal. It is included in Cottage Distressing and Old World Distressing.
• Light chain distressing on Tinted Varnish with glaze combinations is free of charge.
Light chain distressing is available at an upcharge on: • all stains on any specie.
• all stain with glaze combinations on any specie.
• all Tinted Varnish on Maple, Oak or Quarter
Sawn Oak.
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CHISELING
Chiseling is used to create Homestead.
RASPING
Rasping is used to create Chateaux and Homestead and it is included in Old World Distressing.
SPECKLING, DARK BROWN
Speckling is used to create Chateaux.


































































































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