weathered oak and special walnut

weathered oak and special walnut

Weathered Oak was too light and yellow, so Special Walnut is the final choice! Description from bostonbabymama.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Weathered Oak was too light and yellow, so Special Walnut is the final choice! Description from bostonbabymama.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

minwax stains we have used "provincial" and been VERY happy. since we almost always use red oak, we know exactly how it will look...provincial is a very neutral, medium brown stain color. (when i say "neutral" i mean a color that doesn't read red or yellow or grey.)  here are my favorite "neutral" minwax stains, in order from dark to light:

minwax stains we have used "provincial" and been VERY happy. since we almost always use red oak, we know exactly how it will look...provincial is a very neutral, medium brown stain color. (when i say "neutral" i mean a color that doesn't read red or yellow or grey.) here are my favorite "neutral" minwax stains, in order from dark to light:

Minwax floor stain weathered oak and classic gray (middle option layered on top of each other)

Minwax floor stain weathered oak and classic gray (middle option layered on top of each other)

Choosing Floor Stains: Top- bottom- 1) Waterborn clear coat  2) Polyurethane 3) DuraSeal Nutmeg Stain 4) Duraseal Provincial Stain 5) Minwax Weathered Oak. Note: DuraSeal Stains are by Minwax. Left side 80 grit sanded, right side 150 gril sanded. The level of sanding effects the stain appearance.:

Choosing Floor Stains: Top- bottom- 1) Waterborn clear coat 2) Polyurethane 3) DuraSeal Nutmeg Stain 4) Duraseal Provincial Stain 5) Minwax Weathered Oak. Note: DuraSeal Stains are by Minwax. Left side 80 grit sanded, right side 150 gril sanded. The level of sanding effects the stain appearance.:

"I researched a bit online and found out that many people, including the DIY expert Jenny from LGN suggested a mix of 50% Minwax Jacobean and 50% Ebony.  I had tested both those on their own and didn’t like them but together- I think we have a winner!"

"I researched a bit online and found out that many people, including the DIY expert Jenny from LGN suggested a mix of 50% Minwax Jacobean and 50% Ebony. I had tested both those on their own and didn’t like them but together- I think we have a winner!"

We came up with the winning stain combination at #dcsrichmarreno. All Minwax - 1/2 Country White, 1/4 Classic Gray, 1/4 Weathered Oak.

We came up with the winning stain combination at #dcsrichmarreno. All Minwax - 1/2 Country White, 1/4 Classic Gray, 1/4 Weathered Oak.

Rustic Restoration Hardware Floor Stain Hack using Minwax Swatches on Red Oak.  Which is your favorite? Classic Gray , jacobean, weathered oak, or special walnut http://elizabethbixler.com/minwax-stain-for-red-oak-floors/

Rustic Restoration Hardware Floor Stain Hack using Minwax Swatches on Red Oak. Which is your favorite? Classic Gray , jacobean, weathered oak, or special walnut http://elizabethbixler.com/minwax-stain-for-red-oak-floors/

How to Refinish Hardwood Floors Like a Pro - Room for Tuesday

How to Refinish Hardwood Floors Like a Pro - Room for Tuesday

Minwax Jacobean hardwood floor stain one coat, pre-poly. More neutral than Dark Walnut, which had a red tinge to it. So happy with my choice!!

Minwax Jacobean hardwood floor stain one coat, pre-poly. More neutral than Dark Walnut, which had a red tinge to it. So happy with my choice!!

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