Beckett is a classic choice for a stately kitchen. Featuring a raised center panel and detail around the inner and outer profiles, Beckett is a great option for glazed finishes.
Product photography and illustrations have been reproduced as accurately as print and web technologies permit. To ensure highest satisfaction regarding door styles and finishes, we suggest you view an actual sample from your nearest Lowe's for best color, wood grain and finish representation. When a Painted Color or Painted Color with Artisan Glazing is specified, the door and/drawer front center panel may be constructed of Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF), except when Storm finish, Farmington or Peyton door styles, or when Heirlooming is specified.
The material you choose will determine which finishes/colors are available.
The material you choose will determine which finishes are available.
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We begin with the application of a toner to enhance the wood's natural characteristics, the glaze is then hand-wiped over the toner. 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 a new depth and dimension.
A professional, hand-penned technique, Detailed Glazing gives a consistent appearance from door to door and highlights the details of each door.
Our distressing technique creates a finish with unique and appealing imperfections, such as dents, wormholes, chisel marks and other natural wear signs. See your Lowe’s designer for availability.
Our heirloom technique creates a naturally worn-to-the-wood appearance that says “old world charm.” Glazing will enhance areas of wood exposed by oversanding to take on the darker characteristics of the applied glaze for a finish that is warm and perfectly aged. Select trim pieces will feature Heirloom characteristics. See your Lowe’s designer for availability.
Extra Hewn is an aggressively burnished sand-through technique applied to corners and raised profiles, exposing the underlying wood.
Extra Timeworn adds more aggressive techniques like rasping and splits, artfully blended for a beautifully aged look.