Wood Species for your custom cabinets

Make your lumber choice from our Standard Collection (11 beautiful wood species in various hard and soft woods), or from our Vintage Collection. Our Vintage Collection features six different species that have been reclaimed from old barns, factories, and large wooden buildings, and two choices that are a result of Old Growth careful and respectful land management.

Whichever your preference, your custom cabinets will look stunning!

Our Standard Collection (note: all species shown with Natural finish. For finish options, please see our Finishes section.) Clicking on any sample will allow you to see a bigger, better image! You can then use the Arrow keys on your keyboard to navigate between samples. You can even click and drag the larger version to move it to a different part of your screen!

Cherry
Cherry
Clear Pine
Clear Pine
Knotty Pine
Knotty Pine
Maple
Maple
Plain Sawn Red Oak
Plain Sawn Red Oak
Cherry Clear Pine Knotty Pine Maple Plain Sawn
Red Oak
         
Quartersawn Red Oak
Quartersawn Red Oak
Quartersawn White Oak
Quartersawn White Oak
Sapele
Sapele
Wild Cherry
Wild Cherry
Walnut
Walnut
Quartersawn Red Oak Quartersawn White Oak Sapele Wild Cherry Walnut
         
Clear Walnut
Clear Walnut
Black Walnut
     
Clear Walnut        

Our Vintage Collection

We offer a very special selection of Reclaimed and Old Growth lumber. The lumber from the Reclaimed varieties comes from structures having been catalogued for demolition. Expert eyes scour the buildings, and those structures deemed acceptable are carefully taken apart and brought to the lumber mill. The wood is cut into wide planks, which are then kiln-dried, sized, and carefully graded.

Just like antiques in the furniture world, reclaimed wood is in limited supply. However, by giving this rare resource a second life, stress on our forests can help be reduced.

Old Growth is not to be confused with Virgin Growth. Virgin Growth is used to describe a forested area that has never been touched by man. Rightfully so, the areas of Virgin Growth are not part of any logging operation. Old Growth, which more accurately refers to full growth, is a tree that is allowed to reach full maturity. At maturity, it is necessary and beneficial to cut the timber. Similar to harvesting a garden by picking the ripe vegetables, managing the land properly is essential for its overall health and long term production. This means that the timber from Old Growth Eastern White Pine and Old Growth Heart Pine is harvested between the ages of 80-120 years old, versus 30-60 years.

(note: all species shown with Natural finish. For finish options, please see our Finishes section.) Clicking on any sample will allow you to see a bigger, better image! You can then use the Arrow keys on your keyboard to navigate between samples. You can even click and drag the larger version to move it to a different part of your screen!

Reclaimed Ash
Reclaimed Ash
Reclaimed Chestnut
Reclaimed Chestnut
Reclaimed Eastern White Pine
Reclaimed Eastern White Pine
Reclaimed Elm
Reclaimed Elm
Reclaimed Hickory
Reclaimed Hickory
Reclaimed Ash Reclaimed Chestnut Reclaimed Eastern White Pine Reclaimed Elm Reclaimed Hickory
         
Reclaimed Oak
Reclaimed Oak
Old Growth Eastern White Pine
Old Growth Eastern White Pine
Old Growth Heart Pine
Old Growth Heart Pine
Reclaimed Hearty Hewn Oak
Reclaimed Hearty Hewn Oak
Reclaimed Oak Old Growth Eastern White Pine Old Growth Heart Pine Reclaimed Hearty Hewn Oak  
         
     
         

Exotics

Carmelized Bamboo
Carmelized Bamboo
Quartersawn Figured English Sycamore
Quartersawn Figured English Sycamore
Wenge
Wenge
Zebrawood
Zebrawood
Carmelized
Bamboo
Quartersawn
Figured
English
Sycamore
Wenge Zebrawood

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