I created a wood grain effect, so it looks like when it's pink it's been painted over the grain that's already there.
I suppose it would have been cool to have some areas where you could see the existing grain, similar to the areas that are already silver birch and the pink areas look painted on.
But I wasn't sure I could achieve the effect I was looking for so I just decided all areas would pink and I wouldn't be adding the pinstripes as it was going to be a bit busy already with the wood grain.
You should also have spotted I highlighted the rest of the silver birch areas too and also applied some sepia and green washes in areas to add a little more variety in the colour.
This is pure VMC Magenta Fluorescent and you can see it's worked similar to Contrast.
It's stained the white areas and the red areas have been tinted a little so you have this subtle differentiation between the wood grains
This leaves me to add some red shading in all the recess and shadow areas and then add some highlights on all the raised areas and pick out some additional wood grain detail.
I mean it's garish, but it always is at this stage.
So, just those highlights next to do...