FINISH & WOOD  Options

At Ross Rustic Tables we want you to have the table of your dreams! That means you can choose any color under the rainbow for you piece(s). Below are some of our best selling stain and finish options on actual wood. These samples are in our showroom and are made with the same wood your table will be made with. Of course Mother Nature makes every board a little different, so please keep in mind that these will vary from the pictures. Your also looking on a phone or computer screen that likely isn't the same as your real eyes seeing it in person.

Custom Furniture Wood Options

Southern Yellow Pine is our Default wood option. It is by far the most rustic wood we offer, and is beautiful when stained. Pine is a soft wood. This simply means if you drop a hammer on it, it will dent. With a hardwood the hammer will bounce back at you and not damage the wood. We offer several hardwood options.

 

Pine is the most cost friendly option. Alder would be the most cost friendly hardwood option. We do typically have a few hardwoods in stock for you to take a look at. Please contact us with any questions

custom furniture wood finishes - dining tables

3 Most Popular Options at Ross Rustic

Yellow Pine
Yellow Pine
Alder
Alder
Walnut
Walnut
Zebrawood
Zebrawood
Hickory
Hickory
Hard Maple
Hard Maple
Cherry
Cherry
Ash
Ash
Soft Maple
Soft Maple
Red Oak
Red Oak

Stain & Finish Options

Pine w/ Dark Walnut
Pine w/ Dark Walnut
Alder w/ Dark Walnut
Alder w/ Dark Walnut
Oak w/ Dark Walnut
Oak w/ Dark Walnut

Don't see a color you love? No problem, find a color you do like and let us know. We will be more than happy to see if we can get it in stock.

 

You will notice that each stain sample has two different sides. The left side of each sample is raw wood with stain. The right side of each sample has one of our three polyurethane options (Satin, Semi Gloss or High Gloss). Polyurethane can change the color a little bit, so we want you to see both options.

*We do encourage you to ask for a sample of stain and live with it in your home for a week. Lighting changes everything! Please also keep in mind that every piece of wood is different! Every board will stain differently, please understand this before ordering with us. *

Dark Walnut - Stain
Dark Walnut - Stain

Dark Walnut Stain with High Gloss Polyurethane on the Right Half.

Dark Walnut - Stain
Dark Walnut - Stain

Dark Walnut Stain with High Gloss Polyurethane on the Right Half.

Espresso - Stain
Espresso - Stain

Espresso with Satin Polyurethane on the Right Half.

Espresso - Stain
Espresso - Stain

Espresso with Satin Polyurethane on the Right Half.

Special Walnut - Stain
Special Walnut - Stain

Special Walnut with Satin Polyurethane on the Right Half.

Special Walnut - Stain
Special Walnut - Stain

Special Walnut with Satin Polyurethane on the Right Half.

Weathered Oak - Stain
Weathered Oak - Stain

Weathered Oak with Satin Polyurethane on the Right Half.

Weathered Oak - Stain
Weathered Oak - Stain

Weathered Oak Stain with Satin Polyurethane on the Right.

Jacobean - Stain
Jacobean - Stain

Jacobean Stain with Semi Gloss Polyurethane on the Right.

Jacobean - Stain
Jacobean - Stain

Jacobean Stain with Semi Gloss Polyurethane on the Right.

Classic Gray - Stain
Classic Gray - Stain

Classic Gray with Satin Gloss Polyurethane on the Right.

Classic Gray - Stain
Classic Gray - Stain

Classic Gray with Satin Gloss Polyurethane on the Right.

Ebony - Stain
Ebony - Stain

Ebony with High Gloss Polyurethane on the Right.

Ebony - Stain
Ebony - Stain

Ebony with High Gloss Polyurethane on the Right.

English Chestnut - Stain
English Chestnut - Stain

English Chestnut with High Gloss Polyurethane on the Right.

English Chestnut - Stain
English Chestnut - Stain

English Chestnut with High Gloss Polyurethane on the Right.

Red Oak - Stain
Red Oak - Stain

Red Oak with High Gloss Polyurethane on the Right.

Red Oak - Stain
Red Oak - Stain

Red Oak with High Gloss Polyurethane on the Right.

Early American - Stain
Early American - Stain
Early American - Stain
Early American - Stain
Red Mahogany - Stain
Red Mahogany - Stain

Red Mahogany with High Gloss Polyurethane on the Right.

Red Mahogany - Stain
Red Mahogany - Stain

Red Mahogany with High Gloss Polyurethane on the Right.

Special Mix - Stain
Special Mix - Stain

This stain is a mix of two stains. The base coat is special walnut and the top coat is weathered oak. This is great if you are wanting only a small amount of gray to your table.

Special Mix - Stain
Special Mix - Stain

This stain is a mix of two stains. The base coat is special walnut and the top coat is weathered oak. This is great if you are wanting only a small amount of gray to your table.

Provincial - Stain
Provincial - Stain

Provincial with Satin Polyurethane on the Right.

Provincial - Stain
Provincial - Stain

Provincial with Satin Polyurethane on the Right.

Honey - Stain
Honey - Stain

Honey with Semi Gloss Polyurethane on the Right.

Honey - Stain
Honey - Stain

Honey with Semi Gloss Polyurethane on the Right.

Cherry - Stain
Cherry - Stain

Cherry with Semi Gloss Polyurethane on the Right.

Cherry - Stain
Cherry - Stain

Cherry with Semi Gloss Polyurethane on the Right.

Red Chestnut - Stain
Red Chestnut - Stain
Red Chestnut - Stain
Red Chestnut - Stain
Fruitwood - Stain
Fruitwood - Stain

Fruitwood with Satin Polyurethane on the Right.

Fruitwood - Stain
Fruitwood - Stain

Fruitwood with Satin Polyurethane on the Right.

Gunstock - Stain
Gunstock - Stain

Gunstock with High Gloss Polyurethane on the Right.

Gunstock - Stain
Gunstock - Stain

Gunstock with High Gloss Polyurethane on the Right.

Colonial Maple - Stain
Colonial Maple - Stain

Colonial Maple with Semi Gloss Polyurethane on the Right.

Colonial Maple - Stain
Colonial Maple - Stain

Colonial Maple with Semi Gloss Polyurethane on the Right.

Aged Paint
Aged Paint

This is a 4 step process... 1. Choose a base stain color. 2. Vaseline spots where we don't want paint. 3. Paint over the entire piece with the color of your choice. 4. Sand it down to show this beautiful finish.

Aged Paint
Aged Paint

This is a 4 step process... 1. Choose a base stain color. 2. Vaseline spots where we don't want paint. 3. Paint over the entire piece with the color of your choice. 4. Sand it down to show this beautiful finish.

Distressed Paint
Distressed Paint

We paint the piece then sand it down to show the natural wood. This works well on dark paint colors.

Distressed Paint
Distressed Paint
Antique Glaze on Turquoise
Antique Glaze on Turquoise

Choose the color of your dreams, we will then put a coat of Antiquing Glaze over the top. This gives the appearance of the piece being old and well used.

Antique Glaze on Turquoise
Antique Glaze on Turquoise

Choose the color of your dreams, we will then put a coat of Antiquing Glaze over the top. This gives the appearance of the piece being old and well used.

Antique Glaze on Cream
Antique Glaze on Cream

Choose the color of your dreams, we will then put a coat of Antiquing Glaze over the top. This gives the appearance of the piece being old and well used.

Antique Glaze on Cream
Antique Glaze on Cream

Choose the color of your dreams, we will then put a coat of Antiquing Glaze over the top. This gives the appearance of the piece being old and well used.

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