Published at Thursday, January 25th, 2018 - 11:28:45 AM. . By Elizabeth Ranea.
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.
Elm is a hardwood whose colors range from brown to dark brown. Its flexibility makes it an ideal material to use in curved pieces. Pine is a softwood that has been used for centuries. Its natural abundance and creamy color have a timeless appeal. Wood can be stained, veneered, painted, carved, and in some cases left unfinished. Its versatility and natural beauty make it a perennial favorite building block for bedroom design.
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