Which Wood – OAK

Oak is known for it’s strength, which reminds me of a line in a movie…

Is your word stronger than oak? Matt Cushman’s isn’t! Ok, enough about that … back on topic.

We see oak chosen quite often in cabinetry and furniture projects.  It’s heavy (visually and literally), great for flooring also.

Oak Wood

Qsawn White Oak

Our cutting board designs have been a hit in oak – which I wasn’t sure about – until I saw the first one.

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Our Wendy in Red Oak

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Where’s Sandy?

There she is! 

Three of these oak Sandy’s are spoken for…which one will stay with us and for how long? How would you decide as the grain patterns are all different?

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Which would you leave behind? This could be tough, I’ll keep you posted.

 

 
Bold wood grain character won out this time and made this decision easy. Nice!

 

 
See the little piece with quarter-sawn ray flake? I have to admit the oak grain is growing on me. 
Walnut-Maple Skinny and Maple-Walnut Skinny
 More walnut and walnut combo Sandy’s to come as we stock up for the Beyond the Unicorn Christmas Craft Fair.
See you there?