Material selection for built in.

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Topic by Vintagewood1960 posted 01-02-2018 06:02 PM 4314 views 0 times favorited 0 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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01-02-2018 06:02 PM

I originally posted this question to the woodworking forum and only had one response so I thought I would give it a try over here.
I’m going to start a “built in” ( 117 “ x 96” ) project in the next week or so but I’m having trouble in determining if I’m going to have too many textures involved
I’m remodeling my family room with V groove T&G pine on the walls and as a result my “Built in” would have the T&G pine as the back of the bookcase shelves. The upper bookcase case and shelves would be ash plywood with cherry face frame. The lower cabinet base would be ash plywood with a cherry lower base (kick plate) and cherry top. Similar to the woodsmith version (picture)
That was the plan. I was a little concerned with having three textures T&G pine , Cherry face and ash ply all together but In my mind it looked like the combination would work.

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