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Maple is a versatile hardwood with a fine, smooth grain. It varies in color from nearly white to a slightly reddish brown. Mineral or sugar streaks occur naturally in Maple and can vary from piece to piece. Variations will be more noticeable in lighter stains.
Oak is a strong wood with a long linear grain, often displaying tiny rays. You may notice small pinholes
and tight knots. Color will range from golden blonde to deeper reddish tones. This cut of Oak is known as flat sawn. Quarter Sawn Oak is milled at an angle of 60 to 90 degrees from the grain, allowing rays and flecks to become visible, giving the wood a unique, often vintage, character and dimension.
Walnut is a strong, stable American hardwood known for wide color variation. It ranges in color from creamy white to a medium purplish brown. Walnut cabinetry will have both flowing grain and straight grain. This combination is a treasured characteristic of Walnut, and is showcased when Walnut is finished in Natural. However, Walnut takes all stains well. Walnut is
a favorite choice for furniture and furniture grade cabinetry, such as Fieldstone Cabinetry.
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standard
ALDER
Shown here  nished in Natural.
rustic
ALDER
Shown here  nished in Natural.
standard
CHERRY
Shown here  nished in Natural.
rustic
CHERRY
Shown here  nished in Natural.
standard
HICKORY
Shown here  nished in Natural.
rustic
HICKORY
Shown here  nished in Natural.
LYPTUS
Shown here  nished in Toffee.
MAPLE
Shown here  nished in Natural.
OAK
Shown here  nished in Natural.
QUARTER SAWN
OAK
Shown here  nished in Natural.
WALNUT
Shown here  nished in Natural.


































































































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