Protected: From cleaning to colour choice: How to get started with wood stains

By MiNDFOOD

<em>Skylark Cabin is exposed to the elements in its quiet setting in the tussock grasslands at the foothills of the Ben Ohau range near Twizel. The rural retreat designed by Barry Connor Architectural Design has a timber exterior with a rough-sawn larch rain screen stained with Resene Waterborne Woodsman tinted to Resene Pitch Black with orange accents in Resene Lumbersider tinted to Resene Vesuvius. The home is exposed to the elements and the Resene Waterborne Woodsman CoolColour formula was chosen to make sure the stain reflects heat and to help protect the timber.</em>
Skylark Cabin is exposed to the elements in its quiet setting in the tussock grasslands at the foothills of the Ben Ohau range near Twizel. The rural retreat designed by Barry Connor Architectural Design has a timber exterior with a rough-sawn larch rain screen stained with Resene Waterborne Woodsman tinted to Resene Pitch Black with orange accents in Resene Lumbersider tinted to Resene Vesuvius. The home is exposed to the elements and the Resene Waterborne Woodsman CoolColour formula was chosen to make sure the stain reflects heat and to help protect the timber.
Wood stains have become an important tool in the indoor and outdoor decorating toolkit, used to revujenate, protect and showcase all sorts of timber surfaces.

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