American Hardwood Cabinet Lumber - Traditional Cherry

Sapwood is creamy-pink and clearly defined from the heartwood which is a pale pinkish-brown, eventually maturing to red-brown. One of the most sought after domestic hardwoods, cherry is known for its remarkably attractive figure and subtle beauty.

American Hardwood Cabinet Lumber - Premium Walnut

Heartwood is rich dark brown to purplish in color with lighter tan sapwood. It is usually straight grained and texture is coarse and uniform. Black Walnut is a very sought after cabinet lumber that is excellent for any interior application.

American Hardwood Cabinet Lumber - Traditional Hickory

The sapwood is very pale and wide, with dark reddish-brown sapwood. Usually straight grained, but occasionally wavy or irregular, hickory has a somewhat coarse texture. Hickory is a very strong wood that, if treated well, will last a lifetime with minimal wear.

American Hardwood Cabinet Lumber - Traditional Ash

Color can vary from a light gray-brown to creamy white in the sapwood to a deep brown heartwood. Antique reclaimed ash can be wormy and has a deeper yellow-gold undertone than new ash. Grain is long and can be sometimes confused with oak grain. A very hard wood, Ash is excellent for virtually any application.

American Hardwood Cabinet Lumber - Traditional White Oak

The sapwood is lighter than the heartwood, which is a light tan to yellow-brown. White oak is usually straight grained, but can be often irregular or cross-grained. White oak has a slightly less coarse texture than red oak and has been widely used throughout history as a cornerstone wood for most any application.

American Hardwood Cabinet Lumber - Traditional Walnut

Heartwood is rich dark brown to purplish in color with lighter tan sapwood. It is usually straight grained and texture is coarse and uniform. Black Walnut is a very sought after cabinet lumber that is excellent for any interior application.