All Your Finish Options

Finish Options

Modifying the stains, finishes, and colors of any display is a simple yet effective way of customizing your display cases.

The stains below are shown on solid Red Oak wood.

 

After applying the stain, all of our displays are given a clear coat of lacquer to protect the wood from dirt and moisture. The clear coat will also help maintain your display's stain and color for years to come.

We are a manufacturer and do have the capability of matching your current cases or woodwork; we do have a nominal charge to provide custom matches.

*Please note that normally all cases finished with satin lacquer are constructed with Poplar rather than Red Oak, due to the opaque color of the lacquer. If you'd like your case finsihed with satin lacquer, but constructed with a different hardwood, please be sure to select the wood type before requesting a quote.  

Clear Coat

Clear Coat

Golden_Pecan

Golden Pecan 245

Cherry

Cherry 235

Gunstock

Gunstock 231

Early American

Early American 230

Red Chestnut

Red Chestnut 232

English Chestnut

English Chestnut 233

red mahogany

Red Mahogany 225

Cordovan Cherry Stain

Cordovan Cherry CF13812 

Dark Cherry

Dark Walnut

Dark Walnut 2716

Provincial

Provincial 211  

espresso brown

Espresso 2750

ebony

Ebony 2718

Black Stain

Black Stain

White Wash

White Wash

black satin lacquer

Black Satin Lacquer

white satin lacquer

White Satin Lacquer

 

Wood Options

We primarily use Red Oak hardwood due to its light color which allows for us to finish the wood in a way that looks very similar to other woods.  If you prefer a different grain or look, be sure to note the type of wood you'd prefer while choosing your case. Remember, we can customize display cases to fit your needs.  

Red Oak

Red Oak

Mahogany

Mahogany 

Cherry

Cherry

Maple

Maple

Walnut

Walnut

 

 

Poplar

Poplar

 

Birch Hardwood

Birch

 

Hickory Hardwood

Hickory

 

 

Examples

 

clear coat example red mahogany example cordovan cherry espresso brown
black satin lacquer example white satin lacquer example ebony example