The word wood is a noun. Wood means (1) a golf club with a long shaft used to hit long shots; originally made with a wooden head; metal woods are now available, (2) any wind instrument other than the brass instruments, (3) the trees and other plants in a large densely wooded area, (4) the hard fibrous lignified substance under the bark of trees.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word wood.
- Wood Floors
is a popular choice for flooring because it is attractive and easy to maintain. Learn more about wood
flooring with this helpful guide.
- Wood Carvings
Browse this wood
carvings retailer directory to find wood carving retailers in the United States of America. The photograph on this web page depicts a carved wood duck decoy.
- Wood Carving Tools
carving tools are designed to have grinding, chiseling, and polishing capabilities. They are mainly used for carving of furniture and architectural details.
- Carving Tool Manufacturers
carving tools are most commonly used for carving furniture and architectural details. Learn more about wood
carving tools and find links to wood carving tool makers and manufacturers.
- Deck Materials
Outdoor decks have traditionally been constructed from wood
boards, but there are now a number of synthetic materials on the market that resemble wood.
- Kitchen Cabinet Styles
There are kitchen cabinets to fit every style preference, regardless of price range. They come in a range of materials, including melamine and wood
veneers as well as solid oak, maple, birch, and cherry.
Check out this moldings manufacturer directory for information about molding manufacturers and distributors in the USA. The photograph on this page depicts a wooden molding sample.
- Furniture Construction
Today, furniture is still built much the same way it was built over three hundred years ago. In most furniture, the structural details are hidden by aesthetic designs. Learn about the woods and techniques that are used to make furniture.
- Window Blind Materials
Window blinds are available in a variety of materials, most notably natural wood, composite wood, faux wood, aluminum, and vinyl. Learn more with this guide to window blind materials.
- Machine Tool Guide
Check out this machine tool vendor guide and directory to learn about machine tool suppliers and servicers in the USA. The photograph on this page depicts a CNC milling machine cutting wood.
- Closet Accessories
Browse this closet accessories supplier directory for information about closet accessories manufacturers and distributors in the United States. The photo on this page shows a closet rod and wood
- Pest Control Careers
This pest control company page comprises information about pest control careers in the United States of America plus a photograph of termite damage in dry wood.
Check out this blinds retailer directory for information about window blind and door blind retailers in the United States. The close-up photo on this web page depicts wood
- Classroom Furniture
Traditional classroom furniture includes desks, tables, and chairs, but may also include bookcases, shelves, and lecture podiums. Classroom furniture is usually constructed of wood
- Curtain Rods
Curtain rods are poles designed to hang curtains, or drapery, from a window. They can be made of wood, metal, or wrought iron, and come in a number of designs and sizes.
- Deck Ideas
A deck greatly adds to the value, beauty, and enjoyment of your home. Decks can be constructed from a variety of materials, most commonly wood
or synthetic materials.
- Laminate Flooring
Laminate is used to mimic the look of wood, and laminate floors are a popular choice due to their cost-effectiveness. Links to selected laminate flooring vendors are included on the page.
- Folding Tables
Folding tables come in many varieties and sizes and offer the user a convenient storable surface. Folding tables can be made from wood, steel, aluminum, or plastic.
- Gas Fireplaces
Gas fireplaces are a beautiful and convenient alternative to traditional wood-burning fireplaces. Not only do they create heat and ambiance, but they do not require wood
and they can be turned on and off.
Jewelers use wood, metals, leather, beads, gems, and stones to design necklaces, bracelets, rings, and earrings. Learn more about careers in jewelry making with this helpful article.
- Laboratory Casework
Proper casework is an important part of any laboratory setting. Laboratory casework includes base, wall, storage, and supply cabinets, and can be made from wood, plastic, or stainless steel.
- Museum of Arts & Design
Formerly the American Craft Museum. Located in New York City. Dedicated to collecting and exhibiting objects in clay, glass, wood, metal and fiber.
- American Forest and Paper Association
The American Forest and Paper Association serves to advance a sustainable U.S. pulp, paper, packaging, and wood
products manufacturing industry.
- Forest Products Society
The Forest Products Society was founded in 1947 to provide an information network for the forest products industry. It also distributes technical publications of the American Wood
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