wood grain

NOUN
  1. texture produced by the fibers in wood
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  • It was navy blue with fake wood grain paneling and all the options: power windows, power seats, a cassette player, and a 2.8 liter EFI V-6 with overdrive. January 2005
  • The QX's new interior is highlighted by a new instrument panel cluster design with Fine Vision electroluminescent instrumentation and a new genuine wood grain interior trim.
  • These treatments often accentuate the natural or rustic look of rough sawn lumber and allow the wood grain and surface texture to show through the finish.
  • Wood grain PVC is considerably easier on the eye but after a decade the pigment will migrate and turn a greyish colour.
  • I know it is called waterfall because the wood grain runs over the rounded edges of the pieces, like water running over Niagara Falls. Christmas Magic
  • Wood grain and parquetry are abbreviated using forceful umber lines.
  • Each of these forests produces wood with distinctive characteristics involving tightness of the wood grain as well as the amount of oak flavours that are imparted to the wine.
  • It also features a two-button cuff with a button sleeve placket and wood grain Eagle logo buttons.
  • Learn how to fill out the knot holes when airbrushing a wood grain finish effect on a car in this free instructional art video.
  • Other papers copy wood grain or use real wood veneers.
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