With numerous wood species available, you can choose the variety that best matches the style of your home. After making a choice on the wood variety, select one of our many stain choices to take full ownership of your furniture’s style.
Hickory is the hardest, heaviest, and strongest American Wood.
Maple wood, like Cherry, has a tight, smooth grain but with more variations.The Brown Maple variety is softer than the Hard Maple.
Oak wood has an open, wide grain that allows for even finishes and stains.
Walnut is a durable hardwood with a tight grain and even texture that maintains a beautiful finish for years to come
Cherry has an appearance that stands out from all the other wood species. Its tight grain and smooth texture provides for even finishes and stains that will darken with time.
Rustic Cherry (Sap Cherry)
These rustic varieties are not sorted for knots, streaks, or mineral and color variations. The number and location of these characteristics will naturally vary.
Quartersawn White Oak
This Quatersawn White Oak variety has a unique grain with an old world look.
Rustic Quartersawn White Oak
A Quartersawn White Oak that is not sorted for knots, streaks, or mineral and color variations. The number and location of these characteristics will naturally vary.
What is Quartersawn Wood?
Quatersawn wood has a distintive, straight grain pattern that is ideal for fine design. This pattern is achieved by sawing a log at radial angles into four quarters.