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Wood Species: A, C, RC, M, RM, O, H, Plywood Upgrades: Upgrade Plywood Ends: Upgrade Drawer Guides: Undermount Full Extension Soft Close Warranty: 10 yr
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Alder (A): Alder is characterized by its straight grain and even texture. Its appearance can range from pale red to reddish brown with an indistinct boundary between heartwood and sapwood. Alder is a softer wood than maple and cherry and can dent relatively easily, but offers a stable surface for stain. + Rustic Alder has the same characteristics as Alder, but features more dramatic pin holes, knots, knot holes, and grain variation.
BIRCH (B): Red Birch is a strong, durable, closed-grained wood with a very even texture. This species looks similar to cherry wood, but does not darken dramatically as it is exposed to sunlight. Because red birch is the select heartwood from yellow birch trees, some sapwood of a lighter color may be blended in the mix of boards.
HICKORY (H): A very hard, heavy wood known for its extremely bold and distinct open graining and color variations. A single board of hickory lumber can have several color variations from almost white to dark brown and black. Dark mineral deposits are common. Extreme color variation is expected in hickory and that is what gives hickory its charm.
CHERRY (C, R+C): Cherry is a smooth, even-grained hardwood known for its warm, rich look. Cherry 'mellows' or darkens with age. Exposure to bright or direct sunlight will cause the wood to darken and redden significantly. Cherry will have some sapwood, mineral streaking, fine pin holes and pitch pockets. +Rustic Cherry will have at least one knot on the door and drawer fronts. Wide color variation may occur, and sap wood will be more prominent.
MAPLE (M, R+M): Maple is characterized by its smooth, even and fine grain pattern. Natural maple has some color variation, but is generally more uniform than most select hardwoods. Mineral streaks are common in maple and appear darker when stained.
OAK (O, RO, R+O): Northern red oak is known for its predominant grain patterns that run from straight lines to arched and pointed. Lightness and darkness variations are noticeable in lighter finishes. Oak is one of the stronger hardwoods. + Rustic Oak has the same characteristics as oak, but has intense, predominant grain patterns and color variations along with knotholes and more radical graining.
QUARTERSAWN OAK (QSO): Quartersawn White Oak is know for its distinctive â€œraysâ€ and â€œflecksâ€ in the wood grain. White Oak is a slow growing tree: therefore, the grain growth rings are much closer together than in Red Oak. Colors range from a nearly white sapwood to a darker gray-brown heartwood. Quartersawn White Oak will take stain evenly: and this hardwood is known for its strength, durability, and beauty.
WALNUT (W): Black walnut has been called the â€œking of hardwoodsâ€. Walnut is smooth grained with a rich and warm appeal. Color can range from deep chocolate brown to light reddish-gray brown. While care is taken to eliminate it, sapwood areas may be present and range in hue from light yellow to light brown. As it ages, walnut will â€œmellowâ€ and lighten in color.
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