Published at Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018 - 02:18:06 AM. . By Dianna Gorat.
White oak is warm golden brown in colour. Not only that is bright to look at, but also has a finer grain because of the tree is slower growth. It takes stain colors more evenly than the red one, which makes it less costly than the other varieties. The red one is more popular and easily available. And this feature places the white counterpart on top in the demand list.
Oak, maple, pine, and elm are some of the most well-known woods used. Oak is an open-grained hardwood, and its natural colors can range from gray-brown to red. It is strong and sturdy with dramatic grain variation. Maple is a strong and dense closed-grain hardwood. It can have a fine, straight grain, or have patterns, such as those found in bird is eye maple pieces.
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