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Materials and Finishes

  • 12MM Pre-Finished Russuan Baltic Birch
    12 MM UV Finished Russian Battic Birch
  • 12MM Un-Finished RussianBaltic Birch
    12 MM UN-Finished Russian Birch
  • Alder Regular
    Front has some color variation with small limited pencil size marks/knots, up to dime size sound knots on back.
  • Alder Rustic
    Front has some color variation with up to 2" diameter open knots allowable. Filler is acceptable on back. No open knots allowed on edges.
  • Alder Select
    Front and back are color consistent with small pin holes.
  • Ash Regular
    Ash color tones consists of a wide range of cream to light brown with some dark.
  • Ash Select
    Ash Select
  • Basswood Reg
    Very light in weight, creamy white appearance with little tonal variations.
  • Basswood Sel
    Basswood Select
  • Beech
    Front has some color variation with small limited pencil size marks/knots, up to dime size sound knots on back.
  • Beech Rustic
    Heavy color variations, filled or loose knots acceptable unless otherwise specified. Blonde and reddish hues around.
  • Birch Regular
    A mixture of sapwood and heartwood, and is suitable for dark stain and painted finishes or clear coat for natural color variation. Color selection is not available.
  • Birch Select
    A white to pale yellowish closed grain wood, suitable for natural finish as well as light to dark stain. No red heartwood is acceptable.
  • Bleached Poplar
    Poplar that has been bleached Creamy White, no green or purple visible
  • Cherry Regular
    May contain some sapwood (white wood from the outer section of the log). Grain and color are matched to form a reasonable blend. Exposure to light causes Cherry to darken with age, revealing a deep reddish brown tone. Gum pockets are a natural characteristic of Cherry.
  • Cherry Rustic
    Rustic Cherry, cracks and open knots allowed
  • Cherry Select
    Same as regular Cherry except sapwood is not used on face of door, but is acceptable on the back. Cherry becomes very rich in color tones when finished natural and allowed to age.
  • Cypress
    Light tan color and sometimes has an orange cast. Often used for outdorr applications.
  • Hard Maple Reg
    Maple is a light brown to creamy tan wood with a grain pattern and is suitable for natural finishes as well as light to dark stains. Some mineral is acceptable.
  • Hard Maple Select
    Same as regular Hard Maple except reddish brown heartwood or mineral is not acceptable. Select White Maple is recommended for light stain or natural finishes.
  • Hickory
    Unlike most other wood species, Hickory has a unique grain pattern and variety of color tones. Regular Hickory has some knots and lots of character and is not selected for color.
  • Hickory Rustic
    Hickory Rustic
  • Mahogany Afr
    African Mahogany
  • Pecky Cypress
    Tonal variations and filled or loose knots are acceptable unless otherwise specified. Beautiful rustic characteristics.
  • PG Maple
    Not selected for color, may have extreme color varitation, sound knots allowed in Drawer boxes
  • PG Maple/MDF
    Maple Paint Grade Frame With a MDF Panel
  • PG Poplar
    Poplar Paint Grade Not Selected for Color
  • PG Poplar/MDF
    Paint Grade Poplar Frame with a MDF Panel 
  • Pine Clear
    A completely clear grade of Pine with no knots. Blue stain is not acceptable.
  • Pine Eastern W
    Rustic with small to large knots with slight color variations suitable for rustic style cabintery. Filled or loose knots acceptable unless otherwise specified and blue stain is not acceptable.
  • Pine Knotty
    Pine; Rustic - SPF
  • Pine New Heart
    Cut from short leaf pine that has a lot of red heartwood. Tones are yellow to dark red with small to medium round knots. Beautiful rustic nature.
  • Poplar
    A soft hardwood with a pale yellowish to white color with some green and brown mineral. Not selected for color and Is typically used as paint grade.
  • R Oak Riff
    Riff Cut Red Oak
  • Red Oak 1/4 Sawn
    May be either Red or White Oak and is cut radically to the rings or parallel to the rays and produces an edge-grain appearance and is especailly suited for reproduction of furniture or cabinetry.
  • Red Oak Regular
    Regular Red Oak is not selected for color. Defects such as knots and splits are removed. Character such as burl and pin knots are acceptable. Mineral in range of 1/8" wide x 5" long is acceptable. Panel rips are arranged to form a reasonable blend of grain matcing and color tones.
  • Red Oak Rustic
    Red Oak Rustic
  • Red Oak Select
    Dark and medium dark color tones and mineral are not used. Burl and pin knots are acceptable. Select Red Oak is recommended for light stain and natural finishes.
  • Soft Maple Reg
    Soft Maple ranges from creamy white to brown to gray color tones on face with all color tones allowed on back. Mineral and stain are allowed on face up to 1/8" wide x 4" long. Burl and pencil size knots up to a total of 3 are allowed on face of door. Dime size filled knots are allowed on back. Color is not selected.
  • Soft Maple Rustic
    Also known as Wormy Maple, has an abundance of whites, grays, reds and greens with some worm holes that are unfilled. Rustic in nature.
  • Soft Maple Sel
    Creamy white to gray, selected for color blend across door. Small pin size knots, not filled, are allowed. No mineral or stain streaks are allowed on face of door. Suitable for light stain and natural finishes.
  • W Oak 1/4 Sawn
    May be either Red or White Oak and like quartersawn differs from plainsawn only in the way it is cut at the sawmill. Rift cut lumber has growth rings that range from 30° to 60° producing a tight, vertical grain.
  • W Oak Riff
    White Oak Riff Cut
  • Walnut Regular
    Regular Walnut may have up to 15% sapwood. Burl and pink knots are not acceptable.
  • Walnut Select
    Sapwood is not acceptable on face of the door.
  • White Oak Reg
    Regular White Oak has a tight open grain with light brown to greenish gray color tones and is not selected for color. Burl and pin knots are acceptable. Panel rips are arranged to form a reasonable blend of grain matching and color tones.
  • White Oak Rus #3
    White Oak Rustic, doors built from #3 White Oak. Cracks knots acceptable.
  • White Oak Select
    Clear and selected for good color consistency.