BIRCH WOOD PATTERN
Birch is sturdy hardwood that is plentiful in the Northeast United States and Canada. It is one of the most popular wood varieties for kitchen cabinets, mostly because of its price and appearance.
Birch tends to have a straight, uniform grain, although occasionally you will find a wavy or curly pattern. It is light in color and looks best when left natural. However, it can be stained to resemble darker woods such as mahogany or walnut. This strong, hard wood is resistant to any form of abrasion making it primarily suited as kitchen cabinets. It is even textured and fine-grained. It has a creamy white or yellowish color. It can be identified through a display of small pin knots or shiny burl wood. Its smooth surface produces a beautiful blend of textures, paints, stains or polishes. In the past, most kitchen cabinets were made out of birch wood. Today, birch still remains a popular choice due to its lower price and ease of workmanship
Birch and maple are domestic hardwoods with similar characteristics and appearances, but they do have variations. For the average homeowner, the differences may not be significant, but when you consider cost, the variance may add up.
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Fast becoming a sought-after choice, Birch wood cabinets are popular for their resemblance to Maple cabinets, while being priced as economically as Oak cabinets. This is due to Birch's abundance and is no reflection on its quality. In the bathroom or kitchen, birch cabinets appear slightly grainier than Maple, but the look is still that nice smooth and even texture. Kitchens with birch cabinets can have a contemporary or European look and go well with dark or black countertops. Bathrooms with birch cabinets have a warm, slightly darker appearance.
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