In America, cherry wood is the possibly the most prized furniture hardwood, and some of the highest valued antiques around the globe are made from cherry. Cherry, very decay resistant and durable, can be anywhere in between tan blond and deep brown. As it darkens naturally, it has blending hues of golden yellow to deep red. Cherry has a satiny, …
Alder wood is ranges from light tan to reddish brown. Like cherry, the older it gets the darker it will become. Its grain is straight and and has a uniform texture.
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