I assume you are asking about the finished appearance ot the shelves
vs. the frames. About the best answer you can expect is "it's
possible." Sometimes even using the SAME product in 2 different places
at different times will produce different results. Generally water
based finishes do not darken or amber the wood like an oil based
finish. There are some tinted waterbased products, or you can stain to
match first. If you already have the WB on hand you'd best to a test
first. Perhaps the manufacturer of the OB poly on the shelves can
advise here, or ask at a real paint store. Even if you get the
official word from the manufacturer or from a knowledgeable paint
supplier, I'd recommending testing first.
I see that this sounds somewhat negative, but I don't mean to make it
sound difficult. You should be able to get an acceptable match ot the
shelves & window trim, it just may take some playing around.
Make it as simple as possible, but no simpler.
Larry Wasserman - Baltimore Maryland - firstname.lastname@example.org
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