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ARTISAN EFFECTS
SPECIALTY COLORS
Specialty Colors are cabinetry finishes 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.
COLORS & DISTRESSING
  Use this chart to
review the characteristics that are included with the color you selected.
Brush stroke Chiseling Dips Knife cuts Light chain distressing Padding Rasping Rounded corners
SPECIALTY COLORS
       Rub through on flat surfaces
         Spattering
Speckling Wire brushing
  Worm holes Abundant Worm holes Worn edges on center panel
          Specialty Colors have characteristics that cannot be captured on a color chip, so color chips are not available in Amaretto, Antiquity, Bordeaux, Chateaux, Homestead, Licorice,
Villa and Weathered. Request a door sample to view these unique, beautiful colors.
 ARTISAN EFFECTS
  Use this chart to review the characteristics that are included in the distressing package that you selected.
Brush stroke (as seen in Villa)
Chiseling (as seen in Homestead)
Dips Knife cuts
  Light chain distressing
  Padding (as seen in Chateaux)
Rasping
 Rounded corners
   Rub through on flat surfaces
Spattering
Speckling (with dark brown, as seen in Chateaux)
Wire brushing (as seen in Weathered) Worm holes
 Worn edges on center panel
                                 CUSTOM COLORS
Talk to your Fieldstone Cabinetry dealer about the additional costs and delivery times for a custom color .
STAIN
A stain is a basic yet substantial finish that adds color to wood while revealing the beauty of the grain. The wood type affects the color of the stain, so the same stain will look different on each wood type. In some cases, the difference is dramatic.
For the richest, most consistent color coverage, we apply the stain and then hand rub it into the wood. There are no machine shortcuts: elbow grease is the only way to coax the luster from stained wood.
TINTED VARNISH
The best way to describe Tinted Varnish is to say
it gives cabinetry a paint-like finish. However, our Tinted Varnish is much more durable than paint. Throughout the country, this type of finish is also called “enamel” or “opaque”. Tinted Varnish is available on Maple, Oak and Quarter Sawn Oak cabinetry, and each wood yields a different look. The grain of Maple wood is concealed by Tinted Varnish and the grain of Oak and Quarter Sawn Oak shows through Tinted Varnish. See photos on page 112. Please note, when Tinted Varnish-based cabinet colors are specified, veneered center panels in doors are replaced with HDO material, and solid 3⁄8”reverse flat panels and solid 5⁄8”raised panels in doors are replaced with 100% MDF. These materials assure the best possible finish.
GLAZE
Fieldstone Cabinetry has four glaze colors: Chocolate, Ebony, Latté and Nickel. Glazes are available to layer over both stains and Tinted Varnishes. We apply the glaze by hand and then wipe it off by hand. When our craftsman wipes off the glaze, he or she can best use the glaze to define the details in that particular kitchen. The profiles on a door and drawer, and other details on cabinetry, such as corbels, rosettes or shells, are stunning when glazed. We glaze every part of your cabinetry by hand—doors, drawers, moulding and panels.
OPTIONS FOR STANDARD PALETTE COLORS
The standard palettes for Stain and Tinted Varnish are shown on pages 60–61.
Is your color a Stain?
Do you want to add light chain distressing?
Do you want to add matte top coat? Do you want to add spattering?
Is your color a Stain with Glaze?
Do you want to add light chain distressing?
Do you want to add matte top coat? Do you want to add spattering?
Is your color a Stain with Glaze and Cottage Distressing?
Do you want to add light chain distressing?
Do you want to add matte top coat? Do you want to add spattering?
Is your color a Tinted Varnish?
Do you want to add light chain distressing?
Is your color a Tinted Varnish with Glaze?
Do you want to add light chain distressing?
Is your color a Tinted Varnish with Glaze and Cottage Distressing? Do you want to add light chain
distressing?
   Use this chart to review the characteristics you can add to your custom color.
CUSTOM COLORS
 Artisan Effects
Cottage with light chain distressing Cottage without light chain distressing Old World Distressing
Distressing techniques
Brush stroke (as seen in Villa)
Chiseling (as seen in Homestead) Dips Knife cuts Light chain distressing Padding (as seen in Chateaux) Rasping Rounded corners Rub through on flat surfaces Spattering Speckling (with dark brown, as seen in Chateaux) Wire brushing (as seen in Weathered) Worm Holes Worn edges on center panel
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Custom Stain
Custom Stain with Glaze
Custom Tinted Varnish
Custom Tinted Varnish with Glaze
Cottage with light chain distressing Cottage without light chain distressing Old World Distressing
Amaretto Antiquity Bordeaux Chateaux Homestead Licorice Villa Weathered





























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