Woodstone Country Club Revamps their Restaurant

Woodstone StainingThe guys are hard at work creating dramatic improvements to the restaurant at Woodstone Country Club in Danielsville, PA.  Our work features specialized skills such a converting a popcorn ceiling to a flat ceiling, applying a rustic-knockdown finish on the walls, and converting the golden oak bar woodwork into a deep, brushed-wood look.

Woodstone Country Club and Lodge in Danielsville, PA is a multi-use facility featuring an 18 hole golf course, event center, lodge, restaurant, and member’s area.   Several years ago, Stirling Painting and Renovations played a major role in the new Member’s Room with the staining of all the new wood wall panels in a deep mahogany finish.   These same concepts are being brought into the Restaurant by converting all the existing golden oak wood in a deep, brushed-look wood.


The theme is Rustic.    There will be stone added to front of the bar.  The floors are getting a weathered gray wood-look floor.

Woodstone Bar
We are putting a knockdown finish on the walls in a random texture application.  The color is Sherwin Williams’ Smokey Beige.

Step 1 is applying the texture with a special texture sprayer.

Step 2 is the “knockdown” process where the texture is randomly flattened out with a soft blade.   See Curt in action here:

The 3rd and finish step is adding the color.     This is done by applying the paint with airless sprayer and back-rolling it with a roller.   Chuck is spraying.  Dick is back-rolling.


Stay tuned for the dramatic BEFORE and AFTER pictures!