Smooth, contemporary lines let the Loring cabinet door feel modern, while a mitered moulded frame and reverse raised panel put it alongside other traditional pieces. Who says you can't have the best of both worlds?
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Product photography and illustrations have been reproduced as accurately as print and web technologies permit. To ensure highest satisfaction, we suggest you view an actual sample from your dealer for best color, wood grain and finish representation.
The antiqued look of natural wear on wood from years of use is achieved by lightly sanding over the profiles, worm holes, light dents, and chiseling with randomly scraped profiles before finishing. Since the effects are applied prior to finishing, there will be no sand-through to expose the wood on stained or opaque products.
Vintage Touch creates an aged appeal by randomly distressing the wood with dents, worm holes, rasping, sand-over of profiles, sand-through, a grey toned edging, and black speckling. Due to the random placement of the effects, every door will be unique and may not receive each of the special effects.