Can you stain Oak GREY?
Keeping this in consideration, is there a GREY wood stain?
The General Finishes grey wood stain is highly pigmented, so one coat of stain is all you need for most applications. It has a slightly blue tint to it, but the color is fairly consistent from one wood species to the next. The grain of the wood is still visible on all the samples with one coat.
Subsequently, question is, can you put brown stain over GREY? Staining over stain is easy and works beautifully if your applying a dark stain over a lighter stain on raw wood.
Simply so, can you stain wood cabinets GREY?
If you want to tone down your cabinets because they are too red or warm, look for ash colored stains or even test the gray colors. Gray wood tones with a very slight hint of warmth are stunning.
How do I make wood look weathered GREY?
To age new wood to a natural silvery gray, to grey-brown or black patina (depending on the wood), let a small piece of steel wool (or a few non-galvanized nails) sit overnight in ordinary white vinegar, then dilute the vinegar solution 1 to 1 with water. (If you used 1/4 cup of vinegar, add 1/4 cup of water.)