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Our entire selection of Black cabinet colors can be viewed on www.fieldstonecabinetry.com.
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.
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 68–69 .
   BORDEAUX
Shown here on the Juniper door style in Maple.
Bordeaux is a Tinted Varnish-based Specialty color.
Villa Black
LICORICE
Shown here on the Stanton door style in Maple. Licorice is a Tinted Varnish-based Specialty color.
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