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Hi All,

 

In real life is Vintage Chestnut more of a tan/orange(y) color or closer to a mid brown oak? All the photos I've seen has varied both shade and tone.

 

Thanks

 

EDIT: Found my answer. Apparently I should have researched even more.


Edited by patliean1 - Today at 12:55 pm
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Hi All,

 

In real life is Vintage Chestnut more of a tan/orange(y) color or closer to a mid brown oak? All the photos I've seen has varied both shade and tone.

 

Thanks

Could be either, but I think most have more of an orange tint. I even have a Mitchell where one shoe is significantly lighter and more orange than the other. Using darker brown cream on it has reduced the variation though.

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