No matter which finish you choose, the brilliance of the birch will always be majestic. Indeed, our wood-finishing technique offers a unique look. Now, all you have left to do is choose from the available options the finish that appeals most to you and the colors that will highlight the beauty of the wood.
This stained finish is carefully hand wiped by our craftsmen to highlight the natural wood grain.
The Heirloom finish is characterized by a distressed look with random dents typical of furniture handed down from one generation to the next.
The Rustic finish is distressed and embossed with nicks, dents, marks, cracks and scratches that are characteristic of timeworn furniture.The edges are worn, darkened and rasped.
The Wipe Stained Brushed finish gives a unique look. A gritty sand paper is used to create multiple parallel lines against the wood grain, all fine and shallow, to enhance the timeless beauty of solid wood. Available only on table, buffet and bench tops with profiles D, E or N and Everest table tops (TBERE) and Live Edge tops (TBBLE).
The Chamois finish creates a rich, smooth, shimmering feel without any distressing. It is the perfect finish to enhance different shades and patterns of wood grain.
The Artisan finish has the same characteristics of the stain Rustic, but it is spray by water for the Chamois effect and have no burnishing around the table edge.
The Old finish lets the natural wood grain seep through. It is hammered, nailed, scrapped and chipped randomly, making it look really distressed.
The Century finish is distressed and embossed with dents, cracks and chips to give wood a warm, inviting century-old look.
The Opaque finish (previously called Antique) is a paint finish that masks the wood grain to create a perfectly modern look.
Opaque finish slightly sanded at certain places and portions of corners.
The Sand Through finish is distressed and embossed, with edges and corners individually sanded by hand to give them a soft, warm feel.
With a look of its own, the choice of a glass table will undoubtedly enhance the look of your dining room. The sleek glass finish will add a bright look to your metal or wood base choice, a design that will outlast time. Tempered glass in gray or white color is 4 times more scratch resistant than normal glass.
Choosing a ceramic table top gives a whole new meaning to the word “luxurious”. Ceramic offer great hardness, strength, and high durability withstanding heat and scratches. A black glass finish was added on the bottom for sturdiness. Our ceramic tops have the same thickness as our glass tops ½".