Wood Species

Wood Species

Wood Species There are 12 products.

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  • Exotic Species

    Featuring contrasting grain patterns, rich shades, and warm tones, exotic wood species create a surprising effect every time and have become very popular for kitchen cabinets. Be it due to an overdose of complexity or a simple return of the pendulum, more and more people are giving up decorative, conventional styles of cabinet doors and replacing them with solid models without patterns made from an exotic wood species to have a feeling of peace and well being emanate from their kitchen or bathroom.

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  • Cherry is a closed grained, uniform texture wood known for its warmth and distinctive characteristics such as curly figures and pin knots. The natural color of cherry ranges from a pale yellow sapwood to a deep reddish brown heartwood. Short grained areas and mineral streaks absorb stain differently from the rest of the wood which will create areas of...

  • Maple is an extremely hard wood with a fine even texture. The natural color of maple is a light to cream colored sapwood. Although it is generally a bland wood, characteristic markings may include some wavy, curly, birds eye or burl graining. Maple will also reveal mineral streaks and worm tracking across the grain when the wood is stained. These...

  • Oak is an open grain hardwood with varying patterns ranging from straight grain to a wide arc. When stained, there will be a noticeable difference in the color shades between the open and closed grain areas of the wood. Wood cut from the heartwood will range from pink to a reddish brown. Because of the distinct character of the grain patterns, oak is one...

  • Pine is a soft wood which contains many knots and a straight-grain pattern. It is yellow to pale brown on color, with fine resin-duct marks. The wood density will vary from soft pine in most areas to a very hard dense wood near the knots. The irregular density causes the wood to absorb stain unevenly, which gives pine its appealing rustic look. We make no...

  • Birch is a hard, close grain, even texture wood with a smooth, delicate grain pattern. One characteristic of birch is that areas of "short grain" will be present throughout. Birch will also reveal mineral streaks absorb stain differently from the rest of the wood which will create areas of contrast. These characteristics are a natural part of the wood and...

  • A strong, fine-textured reddish brown heartwood with very subtle figure. It might have a lot of color variations.

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