Each wood has it's own look, grain, and characteristics. Choose the one that best fits your tastes.
Oak has a bold, strong and open-grain pattern and warm natural color ranging from salmon red to dark cinnamon within a panel. Oak doors may include random wormholes, knots and wild grain patterns. Our oak cabinets can be in a standard cut or in quartersawn.
Maple is noted for delicate grain patterns that may include mineral streaks and tiny "bird's eye" dots. Maple's naturally light color ranges from soft ivory to pale reddish-tan, with a smooth and uniform surface that accepts any finish with beautiful results.
Alder is a softer wood and can dent relatively easily, but offers a stable surface for stain. Alder's appearance can range from pale red to reddish brown. Rustic alder will vary from rustic to very rustic, with mineral deposits, pin holes and knots, to relatively clear and unmarked.
Cherry is considered one of the finest cabinetry woods available. Cherry is appreciated for its elegant grain pattern and rich reddish color, which may vary from pale red-gold to deep cinnamon. Cherry darkens naturally as it ages.
Laminates display the precision of a paint, with the durability of a laminate. Laminate also provides the sensibility of those who care about creating a better environment - inside and outside their homes.