Matching a "Wood's End" whitewash finish

Our daughter has a pine bed from the late This End Up's "Woods End" line.
Wood is glued up layers of something in the "Pine" family--probably SYP but possibly some other species.
Finish was called "whitewash." It's a semitranslucent white finish that appears to have a lacquer overcoat. The darker grain is visible through the white layer.
I'd like to match it with some other "child size" furniture I've built for her.
What can I use for the white layer that's compatible with home woodworking? Nothing more agressively exothermic than BLO please.
Thanx
Charles
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Try some progressively thinned latex flat wall paint on scrap, and see what you like. Top coat, if desired, with your clear finish of choice.
Patriarch
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Quite possibly you are dealing with a semi-transparent stain with a poly topcoat.
Minwax makes very good semi-transparents.
Gus
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