Birch Kitchen Cabinets
Birch Kitchen Cabinets are very versatile and can be used in spaces with any interior design style, from casual to sophisticated. Birch is a medium-density hardwood with a firm, durable surface. Known to accept finishes well and provide an even, consistent look across cabinets, birch features a distinct, moderate grain pattern that ranges from straight to curly or wavy, and has a fine, uniform texture.
CliqStudios.com offers birch cabinets in the Rockford and Dayton styles in the Birch Sable finish. The richness of the Sable finish pairs nicely with the simplicity of the Rockford shaker kitchen cabinets and Dayton mission kitchen cabinets to create a clean, contemporary look.
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Characteristics of the Birch Hardwood
The predominant sapwood color of Birch is white to creamy yellow. However, the heartwood, the wood from the center of the tree, varies in color from medium or dark brown to reddish brown. Mineral streaks and variations in grain can appear in furniture and cabinets made with birch.
- Wavy Graining
- Curly Graining
The natural features described below are normal and should not be considered defects:
- Creamy yellow to reddish brown tones
- Mineral streaks will appear darker with stain
- Wavy, curly, bird's eye, or burl graining that will appear darker with stain
- Variations within a single door and among adjacent cabinets
Note: All veneer wood products react differently to stain, paint, and glaze processes. Applied side panel material (veneer) does not have the same character traits as solid hardwood and may vary slightly in color, graining, sheen, and tone depths.