How to get that rosy glow on maple furniture
I found a lovely Consider H Willett maple mini-buffet in someone's trash. It's part of the Golden Beryl line, and it's just adorable. The finish is flaked off but good, though.
I'm perfectly handy at stripping, sanding, staining, and shellacking. But does anyone know how to get that rosy, golden glow that this type of maple furniture usually has?
It doesn't look stained. It almost looks like it's just a wax finish. The picture I've attached is a sample of the finish I'm talking about.