You Choose the Finish & Hardware
Every piece of furniture is handmade just for you. Personalize each piece by choosing the finish from a wide array of veneer, bamboo and lacquer options. If you prefer a particular color that’s not in our standard palette, we can match any Benjamin Moore color for a $120 fee.
Certain finishes require additional charges either because of the cost of the material itself or due to the labor involved in an extra finish process. These include bamboo ply, ebonized walnut veneer, white-washed rift white oak veneer and gloss finish.
1. Veneers Finishes
White Oak Satin
Veneers applied to mdf or plywood.
2. Bamboo Finishes
Solid bamboo plywood
(Requires an up-charge)
3. Veneers with special treatments
White Washed Rift White Oak Satin
Ebonized Walnut Satin
Veneers that require an additional finish process.
(Requires an up-charge)
4. Lacquer Finishes
Spray finish on mdf or plywood.
Hardware - Drawer Pull Options
6 Inch Aluminum Slim
Cut Out Drawer Pull
Aluminum Tab Pull
Hardware - Leg Options
5 or 7 Inch High Brushed Nickel / $25/per leg
6.5 Inch High Morgan Style
4 Inch High Stepped In
1.5 Inch High Wood
1. The natural beauty and distinctive appearance of wood is derived from the inherent qualities and characteristics of wood itself. Trees of the same species, even growing side by side, are affected differently by the climate and elements required for growth. Minerals are absorbed in different ways and at different rates, even within the same tree. These factors combine to create the distinctive beauty of characteristics like:
- Grain pattern variation (open/wide grain contrasted with close/tight grain)
- Grain color variation (from even and consistent grain color to varied and quite dramatic)
- Unique markings (such as dark “mineral” streaks and light-colored sap wood)
These variations can be present on each piece of furniture and within the same door/drawer front and are not considered defects. Our samples serve as a guide to give you a general idea of what to expect.
2. Paint ≠ Lacquer. Lacquer is a colored coating process that dries by solvent evaporation and a curing process which produces a hard, durable finish. Lacquers may vary slightly in hue due to slight variations from the lacquer manufacturer. Our lacquering process consists of 4 coats – 2 prime coats and 2 top coats for our standard colors.