Birch is characterized as medium-density hardwood with a fine, moderate grain pattern that conveys a refined linear texture and mild color variation. Birch is similar to maple wood and has a tight, even wood grain. It can have more character at times.

Birch can have a finer tick texture and subtle shapes of bluish gray tones for variety. It can be finished in tones from semi-transparent, full-coverage finishes to light and dark transparent tones. More semi-transparent finish tones will make the wood grain appear more even.

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