Distressing (Antiquing) on Cabinet Doors and Wood Components
Simulated Distressing options are individually chosen in a Light or Heavy pattern and are placed randomly on the face of the product to give an aged appearance. The options available for Simulated Distressing are Screw Impressions, Nail Impressions, Wear Marks, Nicks, Wormholes, Cracks and Rasp Marks. All options are available on solid wood slab and raised panel doors, flat panel doors and moldings.
Wear Marks are the only option offered on products made with MDF, as this material has tendency to fracture.
Selecting a Glaze to complement your finish will enhance the distressed detail. Flow Pen glaze is not an option with Simulated Distressing.
Renaissance Distressing is a “Look” that gives an aged or antique appearance to solid wood components. This heavily distressed “Look” is much more pronounced than Simulated Distressing and is achieved by using tools such as an orbital sander, chisel, putty knife, razor, rasp, claw and hammer, placed randomly on the face of the product.
When ordering Renaissance Distressing, you are choosing the “Look” as an entire package.
These options cannot be selected individually.