- Ash is a great hardwood with a distinct grain, similar in appearance to oak in many ways.
- The White finish gives the wood a white wash, keeping the grain alive while whitening the entire table.
- The White finish on ash specifically mutes the two tone characteristics, as the entire table becomes very white. The grain is still prominent; it becomes even slightly more white than the rest of the table.
Tell me about Ash Wood
Ash is a hardwood which means that it won’t easily be scratched in regular use. It has a distinct grain that is similar to oak. When it’s finished the graining creates a tone on tone effect.
Tell me about the White Finish
Our White finish whitens the whole table. Specifically on ash, the two tone effect in white is more muted than with the other colors. The grain becomes more white than the rest of the table so it can still be seen.
Other Woods with a White Finish
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