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Finishes

Finishes

Once the production phase is over, the wood is still rough, as the finishing is not yet applied. In order to embellish and above all to protect, the wood has to undergo a final treatment, which consists of different ways of hand-made painting or lacquering according to the customer’s preferences.

PAINTING: To finish our furniture we mainly use the following paintings:  nitro, acrylic, shellac and wax.

LACQUERING: It can be spread with colour spray or with a brush, the latter is the best choice for those who prefer a touch of craftsmanship.

DECORATIONS: The brush guided by the artisan’s expert hand contributes to the embellishment and tailoring of wooden furniture with decorations in various shapes.

COATING and WEATHERING: By treating the surface with these handcrafted techniques, we give wood an authentic vintage look.

POLISHING and OPACITY: The scale from 0 to 100 gloss determines the gradation of the finish, which can be gloss or opaque.

DECAPÉ: Technique, which consists in emphasizing wood grains on ash, durmast, and spruce.

UNFINISHED WOOD FINISHINGS: Handmade distressed wood, brushed effect, sawn wood effect are only a few examples of handcrafted techniques we employ to make our products unique.

Melamine VENEERS and Laminated

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LACQUERED BRUSHED DECAPE'

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CLASSIC POLISHED

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POLISHED

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HAND-MADE BRUSHED LACQUERING

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CARVINGS AND FINISHES

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