In brief, you should know the following about Woodfields. Myron Corron started our company in 1991 building bookcases and tables and such in his garage and has been responsible for providing high quality custom made and custom finished furniture ever since.
Our specialty is custom designed furniture, including finishing, staining and painting, we also can do stain matching. Customers still buy unfinished furniture from us along with using our repair and refinishing service as well as having us paint some of their existing wood furniture.
Woodfields Wood Shop Furniture offers endless unique finishing options for your custom furniture. From staining, stain matching, paint, paint matching, two-toning to custom antiquing and everything in between. There are hundreds of options for you to personalize your piece of Woodfields Wood Shop custom furniture and make it your own.
Individualize With Color
General Finishesis the line of stains/paints we use. Click on their link to get your creative thoughts flowing, but dont forget, Woodfields custom mixes our own colors to make them yours and the possibilities are endless. We do also welcome any stain or paint you may have used previously from any manufacturer.
Regardless of the finish look you choose, we always use a high quality Pre-Catalyst Urethane as the final coat. Pre-Catalyst Urethane provides you with maximum toughness, durability and water resistance.
Colored Satin - This classic look is achieved using a matte colored paint and covering it with a satin finish.
Distressed - We can reach this worn look using a colored stain. We then heavily distress the edges to give it a true shabby chic style.
Antique - Antique is one of the most versatile, neutral finishes available. It is often combined with a stain color to create the two-tone look.
Paint Glazing - Paint glazing can be done to any color base paint you choose. Pictured is a Woodcraft Cottage piece painted Sage Green done with a dark glazing effect. It simply adds a darkening, "antique" look.
Two-toning - This look is achieved by using a darker stain or paint on the base of a cabinet and lighter on the top.