Cabinets are assembled prior to finishing. We use a catalyzed conversion varnish, the most durable, non-yellowing topcoat available today. Choose from a beautiful array of standard stains and glazes that reflect today’s fashions. Have something truly unique in mind? Trust our finish experts to develop a special, one of a kind finish to achieve your desired look.


A highly desirable, finely grained hardwood with dark tan to brown heartwood and creamy white sapwood. Walnut generally has fairly straight grain but produces more types of figures than any other wood. It darkens with age and exposure to light though more slowly than cherry.

Looking for more activity? Rustic Walnut is selected for a higher concentration of burl and other naturally occurring character features to create a more rustic appearance. Many of the knots are cracked with prominent burling or grain variation surrounding them.


A fine textured hardwood with a prominent figure and a beautiful, warm pink color. Cherry may have occasional natural features such as pecks, small pitch pockets and mineral streaks all of which contribute to the uniqueness of this species. Cherry ages gracefully, acquiring a rich patina that continues to darken over time further enhancing its beauty and warmth.

Looking for more activity? “Character Cherry” is achieved by combining cherry that has been selected for a higher concentration of mineral streaks, knots, and other naturally occurring ‘character’ specially packaged together with our Character Distress wood effect to create a beautifully rustic and time worn appearance.



A strong, fine textured hardwood which has a subtle grain figure. The color tends to be a light, creamy tan. Maple is known as one of the heavier and denser woods available and is very sturdy. Maple has some naturally occurring features such as an occasional mineral streak, to the more spectacular birds-eye, burl, fiddleback or quilting.

White Oak

Quarter Sawn White Oak

Heartwood is light brown; some boards may have a pinkish tint or a slight grayish cast. Sapwood is white to cream. The grain of this hardwood is open, with longer rays than red oak. Figuring due to pronounced rays, interlocked and wavy grain are brought out more conspicuously than red oak.

Rift Sawn White Oak

Has a consistent wood grain structure with a very open grain. The overall color is tan but varies from light to medium tan to shades of gray. The straight grain pattern makes Rift Sawn White Oak ideal for use with contemporary designs.



A fine, straight grained wood species with a uniform color from light tan to reddish brown. Takes stain well and is a species that is easy to distress creating many design opportunities for the homeowner.

Looking for more activity? Rustic Alder is an option where the wood is selected for a higher concentration of knots and other naturally occurring ‘character’ features to create a more rustic look.



Heartwood varies from light to deep reddish-brown. Grain straight to interlocked, moderately course textured to medium.


Derives from a hybrid of eucalyptus trees. Cultivated to be fast growing on well-managed plantations and harvested to sustainable certification standards, making it an environmentally-responsible hardwood. The coloration varies from a light salmon to a deeper red and will darken slightly with exposure to light. Has a medium to course texture that accepts a wide range of stains and finishes evenly.


The heartwood has a medium to dark reddish-brown color, characterized by a well-defined ribbon striped figure on quartered surfaces. The grain is interlocked or wavy and the texture fairly fine.


Straight grain and fine, even texture. The heartwood is a very pale pink-brown. It is common practice to steam the timber, which turns it to a reddish-brown tone. Some dark red kern or darker veining occurs.

White Birch

Creamy white in color with a pale brown heartwood. Straight grained with a texture that is fine and uniform.

Red Birch

Comes from the heartwood of the Birch tree and has a light reddish brown color with a slight iridescent quality. The wood is generally straight-grained with a fine uniform texture. Generally characterized by a plain and often curly or wavy pattern.


The heartwood is a light reddish-brown shade, and the contrast between earlywood and latewood provides a prominent growth ring figure which shows as an abrupt color contrast. The wood is straight grained, but sometimes has wavy or spiral grain. Uniform medium texture.


The heartwood is brown to reddish brown in color and can contrast greatly with the sapwood, which tends to a creamy white appearance. Typically straight grained but may be wavy or irregular, with a rather course texture. Hickory is the hardest, heaviest and strongest American wood.

Manufactured Veneer

Manufactured or composite veneers are produced from a solid block of dyed veneers typically made from a plentiful wood called obeche. Their consistency in grain and color makes them ideal for achieving a uniform appearance which is particularly important when “horizontal grain” is specified. Available in natural finish only.

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