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Wood Species & Construction Material
A long-lasting and durable wood, oak is known for its distinctive grain and texture. Oak finishes well, showing plenty of character. Color varies from white, red, yellow and black based on mineral deposits in the wood.
*Available in rustic oak grain as well.
Walnut is a warm, beautiful, premium wood with graceful patterns. It can range in tones from deep chocolate to a light, reddish-gray brown. Walnut is truly beautiful with a light or clear stain to enhance the patterns and its color. Browse our Walnut projects!
*Available in rustic walnut grain as well.
Cherry is classic and high-end. Its rich, reddish undertones coupled with a fine, straight texture and grain make it a sophisticated choice. Over time, cherry can mature to a dark reddish color with sunlight exposure. Browse our Cherry projects!
*Available in rustic cherry grain as well
Hickory is a medium to coarse texture hardwood. Slightly durable and easily treated and cleaned. Color varies from brown, to reddish brown. Medium to high price range. Browse our Hickory projects!
Birch has a very fine grain and is sometimes used as a veneer thanks to its lovely grain and color. It is very pale in color, blending gold and white. Birch is an affordable choice for those on a strict budget.
MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard)
An alternative to solid hardwood, MDF is highly durable. Made from hardwood and softwood combined with resins, MDF is heated and pressed to create a smooth surface and a consistent core built to withstand life. Browse our MDF projects!