Red oak stain

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This post is sponsored by Minwax. We’ve been wanting to do a wood/stain study for years now and in my head, I wanted to do every type of wood with about 20 different stains each. But with limited resources (not to mention space), we settled on 5 popular species of wood commonly used by DIYers, with 6 […]

Julie Martin
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How To Make Red Oak Look Like White Oak | Wayhome Lincoln, Ideas, Workshop, Design, Color Washed Wood, Oak Stain, Red Oak Stain, Red Oak Floors, Stain Colors

With white oak being so popular these days, it has almost quickly become one of the most expensive hardwoods in America. While switching to maple or cherry could be a money-saving option, using red oak will achieve the exact same beautiful grain pattern as white oak. We just need a special stain to mute the orange and pink, and create that soft white oak finish we've all fallen in love with. (Design and photo credit Studio McGee)Let's first give credit where credit is due: we got this…

Andi Clegg-Culwell
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We’re often asked to perform magic. It seems many homeowners with existing red oak hardwood floor would prefer to go lighter, brighter and achieve a “white oak” look instead of the typical red oak look which tends to read orange. We’ve mixed and experimented and mixed and experimented some more. We’

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