New Maple Stains – River Rock and Autumn Brown

We’ve added 2 new stains to our Maple Stains collection – River Rock and Autumn Brown.

River Rock
If you’re looking to bring warmth and coziness to a space, River Rock delivers. This new stain channels the nurturing feel of nature with comforting earth tones.

Autumn Brown
The deep, reddish browns of our new Autumn Brown stain adds richness to any room. Autumn Brown cabinetry adds a pop of vibrance and creates an inviting focal point.


Darker Stains for Wood Cabinets Can Offer Several Advantages

While white cabinetry continues to be a staple of kitchen and bathroom design, using darker stained wood cabinets offers several advantages that may be appealing for various interior design preferences and practical considerations.

Rich and Luxurious Appearance
Wood cabinets with darker stains can create a sophisticated look. The stain adds a depth and character to the wood, creating an elegant and timeless aesthetic that can complement a wide range of interior styles, from traditional to modern.

Warm and Inviting Atmosphere
In spaces like kitchens, bathrooms, or living areas, darker stains can often evoke a sense of warmth and coziness, creating a welcoming atmosphere that encourages relaxation and comfort.

Easy to Coordinate with other Colors
Dark wood stains tend to be versatile and can easily blend with various color schemes. They can pair well with neutral colors and bold accents, making it easier to integrate them into existing or future interior design plans.

Durability and Longevity
Darker stains often provide better protection for cabinets against UV rays and fading, which can help maintain the wood’s color and integrity over time. The added depth of color can also help hide minor scratches or wear, extending the cabinets’ lifespan.

Low Maintenance
Fingerprints and minor spills are less noticeable on cabinets with darker stains compared to lighter stains or painted cabinets, making them a practical choice for busy households. Darker stains may be more forgiving when it comes to maintenance and cleaning.

Versatility With Wood Types
Dark stains can work well with various wood types, enhancing their natural beauty and character. This versatility allows you to choose the wood that best suits your budget and style preferences. It’s important to consider the overall design theme, lighting conditions, and personal preferences when choosing a stain color for wood cabinets.


Keystone Wood Specialties has a fully equipped and staffed finishing department, offering more than 50 stains, glazes, and paint colors, as well as the ability to produce professional distressing effects. And if you don’t see the finish you want, we can custom color match your order.


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