Aged vs. newly finished cherry wood

Cherry is a wood that is valued in part, because of the rich patina it develops over time.    The degree to which the darkening occurs is a result of the amount of exposure to ultraviolet light.    In the example below, the two sample doors on the left have been around the shop for a long time while the doors on the right are more recent additions.  This change must be taken into consideration when putting together your overall color pallette.

Aged vs. newly finished cherry

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