Published at Wednesday, March 06th, 2019 - 05:25:09 AM. Cabinet Hardware. By Vonda Finn.
Alder – Alder is a type of wood that has an even texture and a straight grained pattern. It is characterized by a light brown color with slightly reddish undertones. Alder wood typically contain natural blemishes like pin holes, knots, cracks bird pecks and mineral streaks. All together this forms a very unique, graceful pattern. The dramatic graining pattern of alder kitchen cabinets lend richness to kitchens. It is well suited for rustic inspired settings.
Maple – Maple is a light colored wood that has a subtle fine graining pattern. It is predominantly white in color but has variations which range form a creamy white tone to occasional reddish brown undertones. Generally, maple wood kitchen cabinets have a smooth, uniform apperance. This type of wood only needs a clear stain or natural finish because of its distinct light color. Compared to other wood species, it is more expensive. Maple is typically used for semi custom and custom kitchen cabinets and is well suited for a variety of kitchen designs including the contemporary style.
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