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Due to the wide variety of responses in computer monitors coupled with the tremendous variation in colors and grain patterns in natural woods (even in the same species) your hardwood cabinets may or may not match the pictures of wood types shown here. Stains and glazes offer a variety of further finishing options.

A popular choice for cabinets, Alder is a moderately-hard wood of uniform light brown color. Alder has a uniform, subtle grain pattern. Due to the nature of its grain and its capacity to readily accept stain, Alder can imitate Cherry, Mahogany and even Walnut with the proper finishing. 

Knotty Alder is a moderately-hard wood of uniform light brown color. Knotty Alder has a uniform, subtle grain pattern. The knots in Knotty Alder help minimize the visual perception of wear and tear associated with normal cabinet use. 

Hickory is a dense, multicolored wood with an open and closed grain pattern. It often contains random streaks, specks and burls. The dramatic variations in Hickory's color and grain make it a favorite for those looking for a bold statement in wood. 

Rustic Hickory is a dense, multicolored wood with an open and closed grain pattern. It often contains random streaks, specks and burls. The dramatic variations in Rustic Hickory make it a favorite for those looking for a pronounced wood. 

Maple is a hard, light-colored wood ranging in tone from off-white to pastel pinks, yellows, browns and grays. While the grain in Maple is usually straight, it can also be wavy. Over time, Maple cabinetry will deepen in tone. 

Ranging in tone from light yellow to reddish brown, Oak is a sturdy wood with a prominent open and closed grain pattern. It may contain streaks of green, yellow and black. Prized by the early English settlers in America, Oak is a poplular choice for entry-level cabinetry of all types. Over time, Oak will deepen in tone. 

Cherry is a rich, multi-colored hardwood long a favorite for fine furniture. Natural Cherry is pinkish-brown in color with occaisional shades of white, green or gray. The deep red tone of traditional Cherry furniture comes from staining. Over time, Cherry will deepen in tone. 

Rustic Cherry is a rich, multi-colored hardwood long a favorite for fine furniture. Rustic Cherry is pinkish-brown in color with occasional shades of white, green or gray. The deep red tone of traditional Cherry furniture comes from staining. Over time, Rustic Cherry will deepen in tone. 

Rustic Ash is similar to oak in grain pattern and hardness. It is multi colored with brown and yellow coloring. The Rustic grade indicates it will have some character marks and knots with some mineral steaks. 

Beech is similar to oak in hardness. It is a closed grain wood that is similar to the look of Alder with a light brown raw color. 

Rustic Beech is similar to oak in hardness. It is a closed grain wood that is similar to the look of Alder with a light brown raw color. The Rustic grade indicates it will have some character marks and knots with some mineral steaks. 

Paint Grade is produced from a combination of tight grained hardwoods and sheet goods that accept paint well to produce a nice even finish.

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Boise, ID 83709

208-362-1141

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