Color Variation

Part of the attractiveness of a wood ceiling is the natural and organic warmth it can bring to a space. All aspects of that natural character need to be taken into account when designing.

Because it is an organic material, wood has a natural amount of color variation. In some applications this can be highly desirable. For some designs, however, an architect may want to minimize color variation.

Species, grain, finish and even the product chosen can all affect the perceived variation in a wood ceiling. When communicating with 9Wood about your project, make sure to clarify color expectations. We can help you make decisions early on that put your design on the correct trajectory.

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