Deciding on The Perfect Wood Grain for Your Cabinets

The wood grain that you use on your furniture and cabinetry– the pattern of the fibers that you can see on the cut surface of the furnishing items made from solid wood or are covered in natural or synthetic wood veneer – is a very important design component that can define the overall atmosphere of your rooms, so you need to be very careful when you choose your grains.

Denver cabinets

Here are a few of the most popular wood grain for Denver cabinets that you can choose from:

  • Maple – this grain is light-colored and suitable for heavy-duty areas, such as kitchens, as well as for rooms that you want to make brighter;
  • Red oak – the woody, attractive, but bold grain of this wood variety works best in rustic kitchens;
  • Birch – this wood variety and the veneers made from it or made to resemble it come in many different colors and the grains can also be straight or wavy. If you choose a wavy variety, pay increased attention to the cut – if you need the wood or the veneer for a double door, make sure the cut does not disrupt the continuity of the pattern;
  • Ash – another variety that comes in lots of different colors from white to black, ash usually has bold, wide waves and thick streaks, so it can be used to create an unusual design for your space.