Lacquered Linen

Lacquered Linen

The fine natural linen used to create this finish is meticulously cut and laid on  the selected piece, glued, then lacquer is applied in a two tone application, allowing for further depth of field, than a single application of color would result in.  Finally, a final coat of clear lacquer is applied to seal and protect the finish.  Custom coloration is available in lacquered linen.

Madagascar cloth is a type of raffia cloth, woven of the fiber of the raffia tree leaves.  This weave results in a much larger texture than the lacquered linen. Besides the natural coloration shown, a variety of stains may be applied to this finish resulting in a stained appearance or a  two tone effect.