Answer for Primed interior doors.

This can be accomplished with a satin oil base coat and gel stain. For smooth doors you will need to use a graining tool but for embossed masonite doors the simulated wood grain is enough.

Check out <a href="https://www.house-painting-info.com/oak-wood-graining.html">How to Create Faux Oak Wood Grain – Stain Method</a> and <a href="https://www.house-painting-info.com/wood-graining-tools.html">Types of Wood Graining Tools</a> for more information.

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Answer for Primed interior doors.

You need "real wood" to simulate the look on your front door… however if you use an "Antiquing Process" you can come close to that look…

Antiquing is basically applying a "base coat" then using special applicators, such as graining tools, steel wool, rags, small brushes etc… to apply the final Grain Color to the base coat…

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