The most important step in selecting your new furniture is determining the wood type best for your specific need. Any stain can go on any wood, so we recommend thinking about stain color last. The type of wood you need depends on many factors such as, grain pattern preferences, usage, current wood species in your space, and many others. We are here to help and please contact us with any questions or concerns you may have. This is all we do and love talking about wood! 
 
Red Oak Wood
  • Tends to be a light beige through brown, and has some pinkish and reddish hues.
  • Red Oak 1290 Janka Hardness Scale
  • Dense wood that is tough and will hold great in busy spaces
  • Noticeable grain throughout 
Brown Maple
  • Tends to have clear boards with some reddish-brown hues which showcases the natural wood species
  • Brown Maple is 950 on Janka Hardness Scale
  • Elegant wood with a appealing level of sophistication
  • Noticeable clear and reddish-brown hues throughout
Cherry 
  • Tends to have beautiful and rich grain that is perfect for formal furniture styles
  • Cherry is 950 on Janka Hardness Scale
  • Will darken and warm over time, get "richer" in color
  • Noticeable reddish hue that is intensified by a traditional cherry finish

Rustic Cherry (Also Available)

  • Tends to have beautiful and rich grain that is perfect for formal furniture styles
  • Cherry is 950 on Janka Hardness Scale
  • Will darken and warm over time, get "richer" in color
  • Noticeable reddish hue that is intensified by a traditional cherry finish
  • Will have knots, pits, and varying grain pattern making a perfect rustic look.
Elm
  • Tends to have light reddish brown with interlocked grain patterns
  • Cherry is 830 on Janka Hardness Scale
  • Growth rings are distinct and has large earlywood pores in a continuous row or two pores wide
  • Noticeable interlocking grain patterns which highlight the wood species 
Quarter Sawn White Oak
  • Tends to have cooler off white to sage undertones.
  • Quarter Sawn White Oak is 1335 on Janka Hardness Scale
  • Unique grain patters achieved by cutting the wood at a 90 degree angle respective to the growth rights. 
  • Noticeable tight grain patterns with dramatic light and dark tones (tiger stripes)
  • Ideal for the most active of spaces and a traditional wood species for all mission styles
(Hard) Maple
  • Smooth. Clean. Elegant.  
  • Hard Maple is 1450 on Janka Hardness Scale
  • Contemporary and chic grain pattern that is perfect for modern styles
  • Noticeable clean wood grain (clear pattern) which helps reflect a seamless stain throughout
  • Ideal for the most active of spaces and a traditional wood species for all modern styles
Hickory
  • Strong grain patterns with a striking, rustic look  
  • Hickory is 1820 on Janka Hardness Scale
  • Contemporary and chic grain pattern that is perfect for modern styles
  • Noticeable medium grain patterns with earthy undertones that capture the strength of the wood species
  • Contrasting steak patterns make this the ideal wood type for ultimate durability 

Walnut

  • Rich honey to grey undertones make Walnut perfect for modern and contemporary styles
  • Walnut is 1010 on Janka Hardness Scale
  • Noticeable medium grain patterns with grey shades
  • 65% more of an investment than Red Oak
  • Premium wood option