Wood vs Wood-Look [Quiz]


IS PERCEPTION REALITY?

For many people, the notion of things that are made with a "wood-look" conjures images of

classic cars…

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cozy living spaces…

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and rustic retreats…

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lovely and SO... "realistic"!

But, thanks to technological advancements, not all "wood look" is so obviously a faux finish.

At Sunrise, we offer six unique woodgrain finishes for our high-performance vinyl windows – with perfectly matched, furniture-quality wood trim (optional) -- and you truly cannot tell the difference between the real wood and the laminate.


 

 Don't believe the difference between real wood and wood-look won't be so obvious?

TAKE THIS LITTLE QUIZ AND SEE FOR YOURSELF!

 

 



SEEING IS BELIEVING!

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So maybe you still aren't convinced that Sunrise woodgrains blow all the preconceived notions about "wood-look" out of the water. Or maybe you think I've Photoshopped the heck out of the images to make them match. Or maybe you are just a tactile person (like me) and you have a hard time being convinced just by something you see/read online. No matter the reasoning, we have samples of the actual woodgrains we'd be happy to share with you! Just let us know where to send them, and we'll take care of the rest...

Get Samples!



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About the Author

Nikki Domanus

Nikki Domanus

Nikki Domanus is the Senior Marketing & Communications Specialist at Sunrise Windows & Doors. She works hard to elevate the Sunrise brand using clean imagery, informative literature, and consistent messaging. She's a marketer, designer, photographer, webmaster, a CRM guru; the list goes on. Nikki is self-diagnosed with what she terms "Selective OCD", requiring perfect order OR complete chaos in her environment to avoid getting twitchy. This condition may be the result of spending the better part of two decades designing and proofing in the B2B world, or from excessive consumption of "office coffee"; test results have been inconclusive. Observe the S-OCD phenomenon and decide for yourself