Thomasville offers a vast array of finishes to reflect your personal style.
Reference the Finish/Color Gallery to see a complete finish offering.
Stains are applied to cabinet doors to enhance the natural beauty of the wood, while also adding beautiful color. A variety of stain applications are used across our cabinetry brands. Cabinet stains can range from light to very dark. Light stains will allow you to see more of the wood's natural character, while darker stains will hide much of the grain, but can create richer color and a more dramatic look.
Paints are applied to cabinetry products when the desired look is an opaque-colored finish. When using a painted finish on tighter grained types of wood, you will be left with a smooth finish.
With painted cabinetry products, it is important to know some movement can be expected due to changes in environmental conditions. This can result in visible joint lines and hairline cracks, which are considered normal characteristics.
PureStyle is an innovative laminate product that provides the look of paint with the durability and cleanability your busy lifestyle needs. And, every cabinet is built with the furniture-inspired quality you have come to expect from Thomasville. All with a Lifetime Limited Warranty.
Glazes are meant to highlight the different edges on a piece of cabinetry. They can be applied to both stain and paint finishes.
Two glaze types are available: hand-wiped and penned. Hand-wiped glazes begin with the application of a toner to enhance the wood’s natural characteristics. The glaze is then hand-wiped over the toner, resulting in unique variances on each door. Depending on the intricacies of the door style, the amount of glaze that settles in the grooves and corners of the door will vary, adding new depth and dimension. Penned glazes are applied with a professional, hand-penned technique, giving a consistent appearance from door to door while highlighting the details of each door.
Techniques like sanding edges, distressing the finish, or adding dents and gouges to cabinets, can create a worn-in and perfectly aged look. Finishing techniques are a great way to give your cabinets a truly unique appearance.