Low Profile Island, Window, Door Corbel, Column

Low Profile Island, Window, Door Corbel, Column
Low Profile Island, Window, Door Corbel, Column
Low Profile Island, Window, Door Corbel, Column
Low Profile Island, Window, Door Corbel, Column

Low Profile Island, Window, Door Corbel, Column
This corbels made from Poplar and Cherry wood. 4 different sizes available in stock. 30″ x 3″, 33″ x 3-1/8″, 49″ x 3-1/8″ and 51-1/2″ x 3-1/8″. Sanded and ready for finish, paint or stain. For different materials – Mahogany, Maple, Walnut, Sycamore etc. For any additional information, pictures, questions, suggestions… Poplar is a type of wood that is often classified both as a hardwood and a softwood – depending on where you look and who you ask. However, both categorizations can be considered to be correct. It is considered to be one of the hardest types of softwoods in some circles, while being classified a hardwood at the softer end of the scale in others. Regardless of the classification you choose to recognize for poplar wood, it is a very popular wood for many projects in and out of the home. Poplar wood can be painted or stained to match the appearance of many other types of wood that are considered to be more exotic and often costs 2 or 3 times as much. For instance, many kitchen cabinets are made of poplar and then stained to look like pricey Cherry or Oak cabinets. The wood is hard enough that it makes a reasonably strong wood material for the cabinet, while being soft enough to be able to accept a variety of stains that can change the natural appearance of the wood. Poplar’s combination of a low price and the ability to hide its true color makes it a popular choice for those wanting to create a great looking cabinet or vanity on a budget. North American Cherry In cabinetmaking, cherry is rated one of the favorites because of its beauty and versatility it has warmth, personality and charm. As a craftwood it cuts, stains and sands beautifully, which makes it a hobby wood of choice. Cherry wood has a pale yellowish sapwood and a darker heartwood. The wood’s colour deepens to its characteristic reddish brown, almost mahogany-like colour when exposed to the sun. The sapwood never darkens to the same colour of the heartwood. Cherry often shows a waving curly figure when finished. Heartwood can have dark spots or fine black lines that are actually gum pockets, that pose added challenges in finishing. The item “Low Profile Island, Window, Door Corbel, Column” is in sale since Monday, August 4, 2014. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Home D├ęcor\Plaques & Signs”. The seller is “siwoodwork” and is located in Staten Island, New York. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Color: Natural Wood
  • MPN: CLMN 003
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Style: Baroque
  • Brand: Architectural Woodwork of SI inc.
  • Type: Trim/Column
  • Features: Custom Made

Low Profile Island, Window, Door Corbel, Column