A close-up photograph of walnut wood, from a black walnut tree, shows the wood grain in detail. The textured effect of the photograph allows viewers to imagine what the wood feels like. Run your hand along the wood plank and feel its graininess.
A close-up photograph of a birdseye-maple wood veneer plank focuses on this wood's unique textured effect. Birdseye-maple can be recognized by its grain, which is distinctly different from the grains of other woods.
A close-up photograph of cherry wood, from an oak tree, shows the rich wood in all its detail. The texture of the wood can be seen in detail, and one can almost imagine the grainy feel of the beautiful cherry just by viewing the photograph.
A close-up photograph of a piece of mahogany wood shows the wood grain in detail. The shiny, multi-colored veneer plank highlights the beauty of mahogany wood. Run your hands along the wood and feel the smooth texture.
A detailed, close-up photograph of an oak veneer plank showcases this hardwood, taken from an oak tree. One can imagine running their hands over the wood, and can almost feel the distinctive, somewhat rough texture of it.
A close-up photograph of a veneer pine plank focuses on the light-colored texture of the wood. Used in a variety of applications, pine, though naturally a light-colored wood, can be stained a variety of hues.