Aspect Cabinetry Burnished Finishes
Burnishing is a hand applied finish technique applied to doors and drawer fronts to give a slight aged look to your cabinetry. This process focuses on the outer corners of door and drawer front edges and outer edge corners of raised panels. The level of burnishing will vary from piece to piece and is what gives it character.
Burnished: Burnishing will be done on doors and drawer fronts only. The process will focus on the outer four corners of the door and drawer front edges and the four outer corners of the raised panels of the door and drawer fronts. This is a hand applied finish technique and level of burnishing will vary from piece to piece and should be expected.
Stained finishes disclaimer: The real beauty of wood comes from the natural qualities of the wood itself. Depending on the wood type, Wood will vary in color from shades of white, red, brown, green, to almost black. This variation in the underlying wood color affects the finished appearance of the applied stain. As such, color samples are only approximations of the finished product, but not exact matches. Grain variations of solid hardwood and veneers will vary from curvy to nearly straight and will also affect the finished appearance. Solid wood panels of doors and drawer fronts naturally expand and contract with normal humidity changes due to interior heating and cooling, this may result in panels shrinking during dry conditions (typically winter) and revealing unfinished lines on the outside edges of the center panel.
*Internet technology does not allow for completely accurate reproduction of wood, stain or paint colors. Please visit Kitchen by Classic Construction, an independent Aspect Cabinetry retailer, to view door style and door finish displays and samples for actual colors.