How Cherry Wood Got its Name

November 21, 2011

Sometimes called Black Cherry or American Cherry, cherry wood is a popular species in woodworking because of its stability, straight close grains and fine texture. When freshly cut, the pith is a very light reddish-brown that eventually darkens to a nice golden brown. Durable and resistant to decay, cherry wood has an adequate strength-to-weight ratio,

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Cherry Bedroom Furniture Trend Emerges

September 15, 2010

Once relegated to kitchens and dining rooms, cherry furniture is making its way into the bedroom this season, delivering a richer look consumers want these days, according to Linda Duell of Heavenly Bedrooms in Quakertown, Penn. The move is away from black finishes and toward “cherry, merlot and reddish-brown and reddish-black options,” she reveals. Cherry

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