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What Finish Color Is Best For My Space?

| Jared at James+James

 

Selecting the right wood finish for your space can feel daunting. You want to get it right. You probably already have floor colors, wall colors, cabinet colors to contend with.

Luckily, we build thousands of tables each year and here’s what you need to know to be certain you’re selecting the correct finish color:

Tip 1: Get Inspired

We have hundreds of pictures from past customers in our gallery. At the top, you can sort all of the pictures by any of our 10 finish options

This is a great way to see several pictures of each finish you’re considering, in real homes and different lighting conditions.

 

Tip 2:  Order A Sample

If you’re going back and forth between stain options, we reccomend ordering a stain sample or two. You can also return them for a refund less postage.

  

 

Tip 3:  Let Us Help

Our design consultants see hundreds of spaces each year and would love to help you. We’d love to hear about what you’re working to accomplish with your space, look at pictures of your room, and provide finish reccomendations. Simply give us a call 479-633-7557 or email us james@carpenterjames.com.

 

Here’s a quick overview of our 10 finishes:

 

   

 

Early American:

  

 

Dark Walnut:

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Kona

  

 

Industrial Grey:

  

 

Midnight:

  


We also offer what we call a “vintage” finish for each of the stain colors mentioned above, which gives the finish piece a more worn and rustic look and allows the lighter elements of the raw wood to surface in the distressed areas. You can learn more about our vintage options here.

Charred Ember:

  

 

Weathered Tobacco:

  

 

Tuscany:

  
 

Barnwood Grey:

  

 

Drift Wood:

  


Need More Help? We know deciding on furniture comes with a lot of questions. That's why our design consultants are here to help.  Simply give us a call 479-633-7557 or email us james@carpenterjames.com.

Now that you’ve got your finish figured out, let’s take a dive into sizing. What size is best for your space?