|What should we call this door?|
Brendan has done it again! One of our favorite clients has been exploring exotic wood veneers as a way to add unique beauty to their new dream kitchen. (See previous post about wood veneers here). They chose Olive Ash Burl veneer and here are the doors we've come up with. The first is a dark stained cherry frame around a natural Olive Ash Burl veneer center panel.
|Up close look at the burl center panel|
The swirls of the burl are stunning. They stimulate the imagination. With every glance a new shape emerges. Maybe this would be a good tool for psychlogists! Keep in mind that a little goes a long way here. I probably wouldn't use these for every single door in your kitchen. Use them as a focal point. Not only will it have just the right amount of impact but you'll save money by mixing it up with a basic.
|Door #2. Any ideas?|
The second door is slab-styled with a dark stained Olive Ash Burl veneer face. The edge banding is a smooth dark stained cherry to match. They are going to become part of our standard offering here at Brendan Donovan Furniture & Cabinet Co. and shall be named! Any good ideas? I'm open to suggestions. Oh and by the way, this veneer comes from various parts of Europe, in case that influences your decision.
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