Which wood is good for home furniture?


Roger Parker
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My opinion is find the wood that is the shade of tan or brown that you want the furniture to end up. This will alow you to apply clear finishes which will look better and give you less headaches.

If you are adamant about adding color to the wood stick with woods like red oak, ash, or white oak that accept color without blotching.

If you are goign to paint, go with a cheaper wood that has small pores, like soft maple or poplar possibly pine.

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Pretty sure this is a bot user. They posted another thread (which has since been removed) with a link to an affiliate marketing site, their profile links to a similar site, and their profile pic is a stock image. 
 

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