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I'm refinishing the pine trim in our 1930's cottage - stripping all the paint off, sanding, staining, and finally, poly on top. Did a BR and the hall, looked great. The kitchen and DR trim appears to be newer pine, probably from a remodel i.e., this pine is whiter to the eye and does not have that golden/yellow patina that pine gets from the years. Any tips on how to "age" pine without having to create a new stain? The hall and kitchen are connected via door, important to me that the wood color match. I have never fumed furniture before, much less an entire room. Thanks.