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#1 posted 02-09-2013 06:04 AM

Maple would be good ‘cause it stays pale even with
those oil finishes. Some exotic like purpleheart
or padouk might be cool but as you know the
color can change. From a design point of view
it would be good to work in the contrasting wood
elsewhere in the chair as well.

If you are going to fill the pores in the walnut,
then you can use a closed-pore wood to contrast
with it in a different way than if you left the
pores unfilled.

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