Brown Maple

Brown Maple has a fine and uniform grain, with a smooth, even texture. Along with Oak, Brown Maple is generally the least expensive option for solid hardwood furniture. This is not an indication of quality, but a reflection of the economics of supply and demand. Brown Maple offers a very economical alternative to cherry wood, with similar looking results when stained in traditional dark stains.

Wheat-Brown Maple

Brown Maple
Wheat

Malaguania-Brown Maple

Brown Maple
Malaguania

Baywood-Brown Maple

Brown Maple
Baywood

Sealy-Brown Maple

Brown Maple
Sealy

Bestseller
Almond-Brown Maple

Brown Maple
Almond

Michaels-BM

Brown Maple
Michaels

Nutmeg-Brown Maple

Brown Maple
Nutmeg

Chocolate Spice-Brown Maple

Brown Maple
Chocolate Spice

Staff pick
Acres-Brown Maple

Brown Maple
Acres

New Carrington-Brown Maple

Brown Maple
New Carrington

Asbury-Brown Maple

Brown Maple
Asbury

Coffee-Brown Maple

Brown Maple
Coffee

Kona-Brown Maple

Brown Maple
Kona

Golden Brown-BM

Brown Maple
Golden Brown

Rich Tobacco-BM

Brown Maple
Rich Tobacco

Dark Knight-Brown Maple

Brown Maple
Dark Knight

Onyx-Brown Maple

Brown Maple
Onyx

Ebony-BM

Brown Maple
Ebony

Cherry

Cherry is the classic American wood used for fine woodworking, furniture, and cabinet making. People are drawn to Cherry wood for its unique grain characteristics and warm tones. It’s important to keep in mind that Cherry will darken over time and with exposure to light. If you are looking for a durable, beautiful hardwood with classic grain and clean lines, Cherry wood is an excellent choice.

Chestnut-Cherry

Cherry
Chestnut

Baywood-Cherry

Cherry
Baywood

Sealy-Cherry

Cherry
Sealy

Michaels-CH

Cherry
Michaels

Malaguania-Cherry

Cherry
Malaguania

Chocolate Spice-Cherry

Cherry
Chocolate Spice

Boston-CH

Cherry
Boston

Tawny-Cherry

Cherry
Tawny

Washington-CH

Cherry
Washington

New Carrington-Cherry

Cherry
New Carrington

Windsor-Cherry

Cherry
Windsor

Asbury-CH

Cherry
Asbury

Acres-Cherry

Cherry
Acres

Kona-Cherry

Cherry
Kona

Saddle-Cherry

Cherry
Saddle

Coffee-Cherry

Cherry
Coffee

Rich Tobacco-Cherry

Cherry
Rich Tobacco

Ebony-Cherry

Cherry
Ebony

Quartsersawn White Oak

Most people are familiar with the look of Quartersawn White Oak even though they may not realize it. If you’re at all familiar with Arts & Crafts, Mission, or Stickley style furniture, you have likely seen Quartersawn White Oak. Quartersawn White Oak has distinctive wavy grain patterns along with Medullary Rays, more commonly known as 'Tiger Stripe' and 'Ray Flecks.'

Tea-Quartersawn White Oak

Quartersawn White Oak
Tea

Sierra-Quartersawn White Oak

Quartersawn White Oak
Sierra

Sealy-Quartersawn White Oak

Quartersawn White Oak
Sealy

Copper-Quartersawn White Oak

Quartersawn White Oak
Copper

Tavern-Quartersawn White Oak

Quartersawn White Oak
Tavern

Tanbark-Quartersawn White Oak

Quartersawn White Oak
Tanbark

Michaels-Quartersawn White Oak

Quartersawn White Oak
Michaels

Lite Asbury-Quartersawn White Oak

Quartersawn White Oak
Lite Asbury

Asbury-Quartersawn White Oak

Quartersawn White Oak
Asbury

Golden Brown-Quartersawn White Oak

Quartersawn White Oak
Golden Brown

Storm Grey-Quartersawn White Oak

Quartersawn White Oak
Storm Grey

Dark Knight-Quartersawn White Oak

Quartersawn White Oak
Dark Knight

Onyx-Quartersawn White Oak

Quartersawn White Oak
Onyx

Briar-Quartersawn White Oak

Quartersawn White Oak
Briar

Smokehouse-Quartersawn White Oak

Quartersawn White Oak
Smokehouse

Oak

Oak is one of the most used woods in the world, and arguably the most popular hardwood used in the United States. Its unique and dominant grain patterns make it one of the most easily identifiable woods. It is usually the least expensive option due to its plentiful supply. Oak wood takes any color stain applied very well. The result is usually a uniform color appearance without streaking or other irregularities.

Pewter-Oak

Oak
Pewter

Wheat-Oak

Oak
Wheat

Golden Honey-OK

Oak
Golden Honey

Sealy-Oak

Oak
Sealy

Malaguania-Oak

Oak
Malaguania

Copper-OK

Oak
Copper

Michaels-OK

Oak
Michaels

Tawny-Oak

Oak
Tawny

New Carrington-Oak

Oak
New Carrington

Driftwood-OK

Oak
Driftwood

Acorn-Oak

Oak
Acorn

Acres-Oak

Oak
Acres

Asbury-OK

Oak
Asbury

Rich Tobacco-Oak

Oak
Rich Tobacco

Coffee-Oak

Oak
Coffee

Saddle-Oak

Oak
Saddle

Ebony-Oak

Oak
Ebony

Kona-Oak

Oak
Kona

Onyx-Oak

Oak
Onyx

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