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WOOD SELECTIONS

 

alder

cherry

The "Versatility" of Alder

The "Elegance" of Cherry

Alder is a beautiful Pacific Northwest hardwood that not many customers know about. Alder's appearance is close to natural cherry and it stains well. Alder is very beautiful without stain. It will, unlike cherry, stay the same color in appearance without turning darker over time.

Cherry is a fine and especially stable close-grained wood and veneer, comparatively free from warping. It achieves an exceptionally rich appearance with transparent finishes, and is gorgeous under colored stains/finishes, adding to its prestige as one of the most desirable woods.

 

maple

oak

The "Sophistication" of Maple

The "Strength" of Oak

Maple is a strong, hard, and heavy wood, which makes it extremely resistant to shock and abrasion. Its modest cost and pleasing mild grain pattern make it a very popular consideration, especially on items subject to hard usage. Commonly used for bowling alleys and butcher blocks.

Oak's strength, moderate cost, and wear ability make it a perfect choice for a long lasting kitchen. Especially resistant to moisture - it is used in barrels, mainly because liquids cannot penetrate the wood.  Oak has a very appealing grain.

 

pine

The "Warmth" of Pine

Pine is widely abundant, has a warm appearance, and is very receptive to preservative treatment. The beauty of pine is in the knots, which are defects in most other woods. It is typically one of the most economical choices.

 
 

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