Help! Picking the right wood dash kit?

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  1. suenoz

    suenoz Well-Known Member

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    I decided im going to update my boring tan interior once my taxes come in.
    So im asking for some help on picking out the right shade of wood that goes
    well with the ivory and taupe, so far im stuck between dark mahogany and Japanese cherry wood for a dark finish or platinum burl wood for a light finish.
    All from the same brand Remin. What do you guys think will look better or if you have any other suggestions I am quite open to them. Thank you in advance


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    I would go with the darker shades. Nice contrast with the tan interior.
     
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    Yup, what enne said.
     
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    sorry for the late reply! and yes i agree i think im going with mahogany idk if faux or real wood? thanks enne and rusty
     
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    Get some before and after pics. The dark shade should be great.
     
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    I tried to get the dark mahogany from remin on carid but unfortunately they only sell it for coupes rather than my sedan so i may have to order it and just convert my window switches to all black and just do the whole dash instead.
     
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    Using vinyl wrap can be another good solution.
     

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