30 Apr 2019 News & Updates
When it comes to choosing drawers and cabinets, there are alot of options; However, Not all panels are created equally
As mentioned earlier, not all panels are created equal—and neither are all woods. Different types of wood are ideal for different types of projects—and in order to build the best drawers, cabinets, and other furniture projects, you need access to a wide variety of wood and styles. Some of the popular drawer and cabinet choices like maple, poplar, cherry, walnut, and red oak.
Demand for exotic wood continues to grow as consumers seek new ways to give their home interiors and offices a unique look. Exotic woods combine the natural beauty of wood with a touch of individual style, for a look that is both eye-catching and timeless.
Using an exotic wood veneer instead of lumber offers multiple benefits:
Here are a few of the exotic veneers that strike a balance between modern style and a classic look;
With natural luster and excellent workability, mahogany is ideal for both furniture and interiors. Mahogany sands well, stains beautifully, and provides an upscale look at a lower cost compared to other exotics. It’s also a good choice for customers who want the on-trend look of exotic wood without picking something too trendy.
Teak is commonly used on boats and other marine applications, but it’s also a good choice for decks, flooring, bathroom cabinets or any location that receives frequent water exposure. Using a teak veneer is also a more affordable and eco-conscious choice compared to using raw lumber.
Birdseye Maple and Maple Burl Veneer
There’s beauty in the unexpected patterns of Birdseye maple and maple burl. Natural imperfections bring character to cabinets, interiors, and furniture.