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Familiarity with #tree types and #wood grain is one of the most important skills of #woodworking.

Because natural world of wood is so perfectly unpredictable and varied, familiarity with tree types and wood grain is one of the most important skills of woodworking.

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Todd Smith, owner of the Western Australian furniture company, Jarrimber, created this very useful infographic, which showcases the use, distribution, tree size and workability of 17 wood species.

Western Australian furniture manufacturer, Jarrimber, created this very useful infographic, which showcases the use, distribution, tree size and workability of 17 wood species.

helpful wood species chart

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Natural Wood Colors Chart

Natural wood colors chart is a useful chart for enthusiasts who love using woods with natural colors. Here is the list of natural wood colors.

Since you'll want to know what type of wood you're working with before beginning any woodworking project, especially building or refinishing a piece, this chart should come particularly handy. For identification, match the pictured wood grain types against your own wooden piece. Always make sure to free your wood from any disguises before attempting to identify it! 😉

Since you'll want to know what type of wood you're working with before beginning any woodworking project, especially building or refinishing a piece, this chart should come particularly handy. For identification, match the pictured wood grain types against your own wooden piece. Always make sure to free your wood from any disguises before attempting to identify it! 😉

The Wood Database — browse all the beautiful colors and patterns of wood from around the world.

For a given variety of wood, The Wood Database has images of the wood grain in various stages of preparation (sanded, sealed, endgrain). It's a great resource for anyone who works with wood.

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