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#1 posted 04-01-2012 03:08 PM

I’m not an expert, but I use a lot of maple (both hard and soft), walnut, and cherry. Soft maple is softer than sugar or rock maple, but it’s still hard. It is about the same as walnut or cherry. Your table will look good from any one or any combination of these hardwoods. I’d base the table on two things. Which wood you have on hand looks the best and which would look the best in your kitchen. You couldn’t go wrong with any of them.

-- Hal, Tennessee

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