Looking for some suggestions ... We recently commissioned a Blackbutt timber vanity for our new bathroom. The result is gorgeous but the colour isn’t what we had expected - it was supposed to be blonde and it’s come in quite red toned (I think they may have used an oil based sealant).
Regardless, I think it clashes with the other elements in the space - terrazzo, tiles and grey paint. I’d love to hear some suggestions on what we could do to fix this.
Would sanding it and resealing with a water based sealant lessen the red tone? Our floors are also Blackbutt (water-based) and they aren’t red. Is water-based possible to use in a wet area?
Or should we re-paint the grey area? Current colour is Stepney (Dulux) but i’m not sure what would pull the various colours together more.
Would love to hear some suggestions, thanks so much.