All the pieces in our Juline Bespoke Pine Furniture Collection are available in a wide choice of finishes. Choose from wax or painted finishes in a variety of shades and colours. All painting and waxing is carried out by hand in the UK once you have placed your order thus assuring you of a premium quality finish. As the finish process takes time to complete please allow around 3 to 4 weeks for delivery - we will advise you of the expected time upon receipt of your order.
Below are examples of the standard finishes that are available and the prices shown include the finishes below. These finishes all have a sheen but are not glossy - they are inbetween gloss and matt. Samples are available upon request. A deposit is payable for these which is refunded upon the return of the samples.
Many other colours are possible - should you require another colour then please contact us for the price. We can also supply higher resolution pictures of the finishes below upon request.
Raw / In The White - a natural bare wood finish that is ideal for customers who wish to apply their own unique finish.
Lacquer - this hard wearing, resilient, low maintenance, smooth lacquer finish is ideal for the lover of pine furniture in its most familiar form. The coating allows the surface to be lightly wiped down which is ideal in an environment of sticky chocolate fingers and spillages.
Wax - a wax finish enhances the character of the piece and gives a warm nourished feel to the wood. The standard wax finish is steeped with the tradition of treating the timber and simultaneously obtaining a sheen. A periodical re-waxing will keep the piece looking rich and attractive.
Abbeywax - this provides a rich and 'toasted' appearance and is a classic colour that exudes richness from every part of the grain. A periodical re-waxing will keep the piece looking rich and attractive.
Buttermilk - a cream base paint with a subtle touch of patina combined with some light distressing results in a finish with in built antiquity and class.
Parchment - it is true that every single piece of parchment is unique due to the individual nature of the timber grain. The combination of a white emulsion paint and a special waxing agent upon raised grain creates a 'marbling' parchment effect that is really in a class of it's own and makes a very sophisticated presentation of contrast.
Antique Ivory - a complex series of multiple coats and subtle rubbing back on the edges is the secret of achieving this finish. The light ivory colour blended with the random exposure of the undercoat results in a beautiful combination of past and present.
Milkwood and Milkwood All Over - this creamy vanilla finish is all about contrast (the rich hue of pine contrasted with the paintwork) and can only be applied to furniture where we can remove the tops or handles to treat them separately. Alternatively we can apply an all over milkwood finish which gives a smooth and clean painted finish. The creamy vanilla of the milkwood can also be dressed with Lacquered Pine or Abbeywax or Standard Wax or Chestnut.
Chestnut - a warm antique brown with a warm and resilient lacquer finish. This is effectively the Abbeywax tone with the added protection of a lacquered coating.
Pure Snow White - normally only found on MDF furniture that has ultra smooth surfaces but now available on pine furniture due to demand. Please note that surface profiles of the timber beneath will be pronounced with this finish.
Antique White - a little whiter than antique ivory that combines mild distressing with subtle rubbing back in order to reveal the brown undercoat.
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Some finished examples: (NB. Old Lace is discontinued)