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Jacobson, Silverstein, Winslow / Degenhardt
Kitchens
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you should be able to duplicate something like this with a dye stain, General Finishes makes easy to use line, colors can be mixed and they offer a reducer as well. With one or two coats of stain you would topcoat with some sort of poly or varnish.
aniline dye instead of paint, stain or varnish
...fantastic use of dye/plywood ...very beautiful ...serene
example, a pale blue dye applied to yellow pine might result in a slight green cast. Bleaching wood before you dye it will provide a more neutral background.
ash veneer plywood with dye
Analine dye for floors instead of stain.Soaks into wood
other features. When you choose a dye color, don't forget that the natural hue of the wood will show through, so be sure to take that into account. For example, a pale blue dye applied to yellow pine might result in a slight green cast. Bleaching wood before you dye it will provide a more neutral background
“Everything except need gas cookng” — acerebel
T2THES DESIGN + BUILD
3 Reviews
Black Residence Kitchen
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Can you dye cabinets that have already been stained?
What combination of dyes did you use
If they are just stained, you could apply a dye to it. Ultimately, stain is a dye, so this would only work if you are going darker. However, if there is a clear coat sealer over the stain, which is more than likely the case, it won't take the dye, or stain for that matter. However, you could sand
coat of clear and then "tint" the clear coat with a dye or stain. I hope this helps and best of luck to you!!
I would love to hear from the builders if they are willing to share how they achieved this. I assume from the article it is an aniline dye. What kind of wood ... what color die? Very beautiful
Pro Finishing Secret: Aniline Dye for Wood
“perfect weathered wood” — coldbeer4me
Amy Renea
Fall Decor
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Questions0
in a dye garden: Blueberries, blackberries, goldenrod (shown here), marigold, hibiscus, indigo and red cabbage can all be used to make natural dyes. Consult a good how-to book for natural-dye recipes and plan to experiment — natural colors are not as strong or as predictable as commercial dyes.
in a dye garden: Blueberries, blackberries, goldenrod (shown here), marigold, hibiscus, indigo and red cabbage can all be used to make natural dyes. Consult a good how-to book for natural-dye recipes and plan to experiment — natural colors are not as strong or as predictable as commercial dyes
in a dye garden: Blueberries, blackberries, goldenrod (shown here), marigold, hibiscus, indigo and red cabbage can all be used to make natural dyes. Consult a good how-to book for natural-dye recipes and plan to experiment — natural colors are not as strong or as predictable as commercial dyes.
“color contrasts” — designerparexcellance
Eclectic Bedroom
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Questions4
The light fixture at z2lights! Great tie dye!
Save to IdeabookEmail Photo The watery stripes on these tie-dye throw pillows mirror both the colors and the feeling of the painting above.
Design Within Reach, bedding is from West Elm, and the tie-dye pillows are by Kevin O'Brien.
The watery stripes on these tie-dye throw pillows mirror both the colors and the feeling of
“love the rich colors in tjis painting. can you diy it?” — upcyclehouse
Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
Upstairs Office
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completely different, the common dyeing technique makes them work as a group
of pillows is tied together by the technique used to make the fabrics. Even though the colors and patterns are all completely different, the common dyeing technique makes them work as a group.
of pillows is tied together by the technique used to make the fabrics. Even though the colors and patterns are all completely different, the common dyeing technique makes them work as a group.
“Like the brith pillows on the dark couch” — briebahr
Carolina Kitchens
Traditional Kitchen
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Knotty Alder Beaded Inset Cabinets made by the Amish Aged Honey Dye, Hazel Stain, Rich Brown Glaze, Dry Brushed and Distressed
“Knotty Alder Cabinets - Aged Honey Dye, Hazel Stain, Rich Brown Glaze, Dry Brushed and Distressed”
aged honey dye, hazel stain, rich brown glaze, dry brushed and distressed.
Knotty Alder Aged Honey Dye, Hazel Stain, Rich Brown Glaze, Dry Brushed and Distressed
Aged honey dye - hazel stain, rich brown glaze, dry brushed and distressed
“cabinet stain” — ianconrad
Marble of the World
6 Reviews
Absolute Black Granite
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Seek out Absolute Black from India, rather than from China, where dyeing is more common.
Avoid dyed slabs. Usually solid black. If you get black, get it from India rather than China as India is less likely to use dyes Mottled, monochromatic or veined; beige or bold blue; affordable
Occasionally granite, most frequently Absolute Black, is dyed to enhance its hue. Seek out Absolute Black from India, rather than from China, where dyeing is more common.
seek out Absolute Black from India, not China-where dyeing is more common.
Absolute Black from India, rather than from China, where dyeing is more common.
Occasionally granite, most frequently Absolute Black, is dyed to enhance its hue. Seek out Absolute Black from India, rather than from China, where dyeing is more common.
“Countertops” — tstumpp
Michael FitzSimmons Decorative Arts
5 Reviews
Custom bookcase and tv cabinet
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Can you dye over stained wood?
Hello, I am redoing a 1939 house that had sweet gum trim and millwork. It had orginally been stained and shellacked but the shellack is coming off. I don't really like the stain color because its that reddish '40's color. Could I apply dye over the stain to
Could you please tell us the dye color used here?
It was a custom-mixed aniline dye, not a stain. I like to use dyes because they are completely transparent, and allow the grain and patterning of the wood to show through, but still give you a deep, rich color if that's what you want. I order my dyes from Woodworker's Supply on line. The
If you use aniline dyes that are alchohol soluable, you should anve no trouble going right over the existing shellac to darken it. As always, do a little experimenting first to get the mixture and the technique.
“Wood trim and baseboards....why did the previous owners paint mine white??” — Leslie Shain
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