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Osborne Wood Products Review

March 24th, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments
Ornate Corbel

OSborne Wood

Osborne carved moldings come in many designer styles including a basket weave or a canvas leaf. They have an intricate selection of carved, flat and crown moldings that work great with kitchen, bathroom vanity or wall-unit designs.

You can watch an excellent video here: http://bcove.me/stfepjuq

The company offers many woodworking options:

  • Kitchen Island Legs
  • Carved Wood Onlays
  • Vanity Legs
  • Architectural Carvings
  • Crown Molding
  • And Much More





Osborne wood products has a large selection of traditional moldings and very ornate moldings. The company works with many wood species and also other materials.

They have a new line of metal products. In this video, the sales representative introduces the various types of metal corbels. The new line of aluminum corbels are available in a black power finish and brushed aluminum. They company is also in the process of developing a bronze line of corbels as well.

This video review of the Osborne woodworking company also introduces a few of their turnings. They have beautiful capitals, bases and columns. On display in the clip is a Corinthian and ionic capital. The packages for these columns come in six, eight and ten feet tall sections. They can be used in kitchens, living rooms or foyers. You can interchange the various choices for the bases, columns and capitals. For instances, you can use a fluted column with the Corinthian capital or the ionic. The same holds true for using a plan column. You can interchange a carved base or opt to have a no-carved base.

The Osborne woodworking company also provides a complete line of custom turnings. Quotes are turned around within twenty four hours for these specialty items. The custom turnings are available in twelve different wood types. You will find that working with them, your world will be filled with endless cabinet woodworking ideas.

During the review of the Osborne company, I discovered that all of the woodworking pieces they offer come completely unfinished. They do ship directly to your desired cabinet manufacture where you can have the woodworking stained, painted or finished to your desired tastes.

The company is based in Toronto Canada and will be holding regular seminars on how to use architectural embellishments. They will be training designers and architects on how to spec their carvings and moldings into kitchens, bathrooms or living rooms. The goal is to help them design the best looking cabinet spaces that they can.

You can get all the information you need about upcoming seminars and their products by doing a review of their website at http://osbornewoods.com.

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