Debuts Wood Selection Guide

The Wood Selection Guide offers helpful information about seven hardwood species used in corbels and other carved wood products. Debuts Wood Selection Guide
Needham, MA, June 02, 2008 --( Homeowners, designers and builders have a valuable new resource when researching wood corbels and other carved wood products: the Wood Selection Guide.

Wood corbels are well-loved for their ability to add both beauty and functionality to kitchens and other rooms throughout the home. For some people, though, the great variety of corbels makes for a difficult purchasing decision.

The Wood Selection Guide for Corbels and Wood Carvings provides a useful solution for the overwhelmed buyer. This comprehensive online resource features overviews of seven hardwood species often used in crafting corbels: alder, beech, cherry, hard maple, oak (red and white), poplar and white hardwood.

Visitors to can learn about the strong points of each wood species with regard to its use in corbels. Some of the wood types, such as cherry, are traditional favorites for corbels and other wood carvings. Others, such as poplar, have gained in popularity more recently. Photographs of each wood species allow users to envision how the corbel would fit in with the rest of the room.

As the Wood Selection Guide notes, picking the right wood species for your corbels or wood carvings is not always an easy choice. But this resource can help you make a better-informed decision. With the wide range of wood types, styles and applications available, there are corbels out there for everyone's decorating tastes., for example, offers over 80 wood corbel styles along with a variety of wood brackets, onlays, mouldings and much more. Most of the corbels are available in three or more wood species.

Corbels and wood carvings are a great way to add something special to your kitchen, living room and other spaces. For more information on wood corbels and other home furnishings and architectural products, please go to You may also visit the new InvitingHome showroom at 318 Bear Hill Rd., Ste. 7 in Waltham, Mass.

About is committed to providing exquisitely designed, handcrafted home furnishings and architectural products along with unique decorative elements, all manufactured to the highest quality standards. Their extensive selection of architectural accents and home improvement additions allow interior designers, decorators and homeowners to create the home decor of their dreams.

Albert Delaney