Wood Stains from Lyndon Furniture

If you’re not familiar with Lyndon Furniture, they’re one of the leading furniture makers in the state of Vermont. Founded by Dave Allard in 1976, Lyndon has spent the last several decades producing some of the highest quality furniture in New England.

Most of the furniture made at Lyndon is available in cherry, maple, oak, and walnut, and they use a clear, non-toxic lacquer as a wood finish. We also offer several stain options on cherry, maple, and oak (we don’t recommend staining walnut).

Lyndon Stains & Wood Finishes

Here are some images of what each of these stains look like on a finished piece of furniture.

Autumn Cherry

Autumn Cherry Stain on New England Shaker Nesting Tables
Our New England Shaker Nesting Tables with an Autumn Cherry stain

Country Russet Cherry

Country Russet Cherry Stain by Lyndon Furniture
A Country Russet stain on a Classic Shaker Dining Table

Ebony Cherry

Ebony Stain on Cherry Wood
Our Contemporary Windsor Chair with an ebony stain on cherry wood

Mahogany Cherry

Mohogany Stain on Cherry by Lyndon Furniture
Mohogany stain on a cherry Renfrew Shaker Nightstand by Lyndon Furniture

Medium Maple

American Mission bed with a Medium Maple finish
An American Mission bed frame with a low foot-board and a Medium Maple finish

Driftwood Maple

Brighton Dining Table in Maple with a Driftwood finish
A Brighton Dining Table in Maple with a Driftwood finish

Espresso Maple

Keeler Chair in Maple with an espresso finish
An espresso finish on a maple Keeler Chair

Ivory Oak

Custom Shaker Bookcase in Oak with an Ivory finish
A Custom Shaker Bookcase in Oak with an Ivory finish

Medium Oak

Northrup Craftsman Chest with a Medium Oak finish
A Northrup Craftsman Chest in oak with a medium oak finish

Ivory Ash

A Sheldon Chair in Ash with an Ivory finish
A Sheldon Chair in Ash with an Ivory finish

For more images of stained furniture, contact our sales team. Or if you’d like to see the stains in person, order wood samples.

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Riley Farabaugh

Riley Farabaugh

The youngest son of co-founders Peggy and Ken Farabaugh, Riley has filled different roles within the organization since it was founded out of a spare bedroom in the family home in 2005. As the son of the first Vermont Woods Studios craftsmen, Riley has been quickly learning more and more about woodworking, sustainable forestry, and the ins-and-outs of the furniture industry.