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colorful designs on furniture using stain

Posted by anniefran (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 6, 09 at 15:19

I have admired the furniture that has eye-catching graphic designs on the front--I'm assuming done with stains. Butler Furniture has some on its website.
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Does anyone have advice on how to accomplish this? I'm thinking about staining an old piece of teak furniture that is a little outdated and could use a little splash of fun. Ay advice?

Here is a link that might be useful: Colorful design at Butler--how did they do it??


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RE: colorful designs on furniture using stain

It is about impossible to get clean lines like on that chest with wood stains/dyes without inlaying/piecing the pieces. Making a design such as in that picture is called marquetry.

The only technique I can imagine that would be possible to do with a single piece of wood and different stains/dyes would look like tie-dying.


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