East Earl, PA – Leading wood and cabinet component manufacturer, Conestoga Wood Specialties, is building on its existing finishing offerings with the introduction of several new finish options.
Conestoga is adding four new colors to its Truetone Collection. Truetones are pigmented sprays and produce a very fresh, crisp look, allowing the natural beauty and grain of wood to show through. Truetone finishes help minimize dark end grain and blotchiness that is typical with many finishes, especially on maple and birch. The four new colors including Ashen, Cocoa, Shale and Merlot can be applied to cherry, hard maple, red oak and white birch in conjunction with Brown, Caramel, Oyster and Sable glazes. In addition to Butter Rum, English Toffee and Sienna, the four new stains are available on Conestoga’s wide ranging products including doors, mouldings, accessories, veneers, range hoods, ornaments and more.
Glazes on Prism Paints
Conestoga is now offering five glaze options that are available on the majority of its 1,200 Prism Paint colors to add depth and definition to kitchen cabinets and accessories. Glaze options include Caramel, Chai, Coffee, Oyster and Pewter.
Conestoga’s Weathered Grain option creates a highly textured and rustic appearance on select 5-piece doors and drawer fronts, slabs, custom front frames, select mouldings, and lineal length framing. The finished product is a result of random removal of soft material from the face of solid wood and plywood panel products. When this soft material is removed within growth rings, the result is a highly-desired textured look and feel. Conestoga has added Heirloom finishes, levels 2 and 3 distressing, wear sanding and antiquing to the Weathered Grain offering.
Red Oak is now included in Conestoga’s specie offering for painted finishes including their line of Colourtones and Prism Paints. For more information, please visit http://www.conestogawood.com.
About Conestoga Wood Specialties.
Since 1964, Conestoga Wood Specialties Corporation has manufactured the highest quality doors and wood components in the kitchen cabinet industry. From modest beginnings in a small garage in Lancaster County, PA over five decades ago, Conestoga has grown into the industry leader known for our dependability in both product performance and on time delivery. Conestoga's manufacturing capabilities are spread across five facilities strategically located throughout the United States, including their newest custom door facility, Sunriver Industries, near Seattle, Washington. Visit www.conestogawood.com, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and YouTube for more information.
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