Tedd Wood uses high solids catalyzed conversion varnishes. All Tedd Wood stains are hand applied providing a greater depth to the cabinet finish. Browse our doors styles and options page to view the wide range of stains available on each of our Landmark and Luxury Line doors.
Tedd Wood offers a variety of enamel (paint) finish options. Browse our door styles page to view the standard enamels available on all our Landmark and Luxury Line cabinets.
Color Selection and Matching
Tedd Wood’s standard stains and enamels are just the start, you personalize your cabinet finish by choosing from over 1,000 different enamel colors from the Sherwin-Williams fan deck.
You can match your stain or enamel to your favorite piece of furniture of fabric color with our color match option. When it comes to color the possibilities are endless.
The finish look is achieved by applying glaze to the entire base color, wiping off by hand, with the flat surfaces wiped clean and careful attention paid to the minimal hang-up remaining in the corners and profiles of the door and drawer.
Another glaze-enhancing option, this rich look is achieved by applying glaze to the entire base finish, carefully wiping off by hand with detailed attention to achieving a heavier, bolder, well-defined glaze of the straight lines and profiles of the door and drawer.
Lite Brushed Shadow
The third of the glaze options, this subtle look combines the technique of Lite Shadow along with a dry brushing of glaze on the flat surfaces of the frame and panel of the door and drawer.
Bold Brushed Shadow
The last of the glaze options, this classy look combines the technique of Bold Shadow along with a dry brushing of glaze on the flat surfaces of the frame and panel of the door and drawer.
Distressing is done prior to applying the finish. This subtle time-worn look is achieved by lightly distressing the wood with a random assortment of the following:
Claw Hammer Dents
Along with the characteristics of the WORN package, this character-adding, aged appearance also includes the following randomly applied features:
Rounded/Sanded corners and profiles
Small chisel marks
This Old World technique is created by painting the door, then sanding areas to expose the raw or stained wood underneath to give it that “aged” look.
Antiquing is not available in Landmark.
Completely Custom Finish
Tedd Wood Custom offers a completely custom finish, including different levels of sheen. Create a door as unique as you are and color match the finish to any fabric, heirloom or favorite piece of furniture. Add any combination of distressing and antiquing options, including fly specking. Tedd Wood Custom Cabinetry allows you to create your own unique masterpiece.