That's correct. I did used hard maple for the upper cabinet doors. A lot of people (@Jerico and @DoorCrasher for example) would crinch at the idea of painting hardwood like maple but not all wood are meant to be stained. Poplar takes on paint well but it is too soft and can't handle much abuse, maple are a lot more durable.koffey wrote: ↑ I didn't bother to find out what wood was used for the trim so veneer, as it can be used to describe any wood, was my word of choice for whatever wood he used but I'll assume it's maple.
Thanks for pointing that out.
cover (something) with a decorative layer of fine wood.
The decision to paint hardwood like maple is a lot easier when you have couple hundred bdft of it in your basement & shed at all times.