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Finished to Your Specifications...

When it comes to finishes, the usual choices are just the beginning for the experienced professionals at Valley Cabinet. Do you have an inspirational photo? Are you matching an existing finish from another part of the home? Are you looking to make an impact? We offer a virtually limitless ability to create whatever finish you favor. Our experts can produce or duplicate almost any custom stain, paint or specialty finish. Review the choices below and browse our online galleries.

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  • Hand-Wipe Stains

    Hand Wiped Stains Wipe stains are applied through a spray application followed by a customized hand-wiping technique, removing the excess material to enhance wood grain and characteristics. Wipe stains will show some color variation.

  • Painted

    painted finish Used on any lumber, but most typically maple and medium density fiberboard, two coats of paint primer are applied—through spray application—followed by a pigmented conversion topcoat. Paint colors are opaque, covering the wood grain and wood characteristics to provide a solid color and very smooth finish.

  • Wipe Glaze

    Wipe Glaze Finish Glazing is available in brown, black and white, and can be applied over any stained or painted finish. This technique is applied and removed with either a rag or brush to achieve the desired look. Each individual piece is a work of art and will have its own unique look. No two pieces will exactly match.

  • Brush Glaze

    Cabinet Example A glazing process that leaves overall subtle coverage. Less glaze is left in profile areas for a sophisticated look.

  • Vintage

    vintage finish small A colored material is sprayed over a base stain then removed by highlighting certain areas of each part to achieve the desired look. Highlighting is done by hand, so each piece will have its own identity.

  • Heirloom

    heirloom example Some of the finish material is removed to expose the natural wood beneath the finish, creating a worn look. This form of artistry shows inconsistencies between each part. Stains or paints may be used with this process to create your desired look.

  • Distressing

    Door with Distressing A distressed finish simulates an aged appearance and is unique to each piece. This look is achieved with a variety of tools and finishing methods that create custom results with randomly placed distress marks. The amount of distressing can vary based on preference. Here are the five degrees of distressing ...
    1. Nicks and dents
    2. Corner wear
    3. Worm holes
    4. Simulated cracks
    5. Rasping




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