WOOD SPECIES

Wood Species
Kitchen Cabinets Batavia, NY
Kitchen Countertops Batavia, NY

Wood Species we use in our Kitchen Cabinets for Batavia, NY

Often the first decision to be made regarding your kitchen is the type of wood from which the cabinets will be constructed. Wood is the one of those materials that will never go out of style. It offers a rich classic appeal that comes in a variety of species.

The species of wood that you select will impact the look of your kitchen remodel.

We carry an impressive selection of wood species to help with your kitchen remodel. Our kitchen cabinets are built with visual appeal, functionality, and durability in mind.
• Select Cherry
Our Cherry is "Select" grade, hand-sanded and hand-rubbed to bring out the deep rich grain patterns unique to this cherished wood. Known as the cabinet makers wood, cherry has been a traditional American favorite for generations.

• Hickory
If you are looking for the rustic, durable cabinetry, consider hickory wood. The extreme color variations and interesting grain patterns give hickory its unique rustic look. The natural mineral marks also lend additional interest and character to this beautiful wood. Among the hardest woods available in North America, this wood selection will ensure years of durability.

• Quarter-Sawn White Oak
The desire for this wood lies in its distinctive grain pattern. Stately vertical grains run parallel to each other, broken only by Medullary Ray Fleck - unique to Quarter-sawn White Oak, adding a touch of interest, by refracting light. Alluring aesthetics and superior structural qualities of Quarter-sawn White Oak are what moved great artisans to use it, especially during the craftsman era. Rediscover the age of true quality craftsmanship right in your own kitchen!

• Select Maple
Hard maple is graded to the level of "select." This durable wood features a very delicate grain pattern that blends well with all decorating motifs from traditional to contemporary. When Maple is finished with our light or Niagara Mist stains, the delicate grain patterns and create a burnished look. No matter the finish, expect a lifetime of beauty and durability from this popular hardwood.

• Select Red Birch
Select Red Birch is perhaps our most unique wood. Red Birch is selected only from the golden brown heartwood of the birch tree. The grain patterns tend to be more interesting because the red birch is selected from the center of the tree. When finished in natural or honey glow stain, the grain patterns take on a burnished, sometimes iridescent look.

• Select Red Oak
One of America's most plentiful and popular hardwoods, this strong, versatile breed can be used to accent any decor. A time honored hardwood that will give your kitchen a classic look as well as provide years of reliable use.

• Rustic Cherry
Cherry is most often chosen for its elegant grain patterns and sophisticated look. Rustic Cherry reveals another dimension to this surprisingly versatile wood. With a higher tolerance for grain variation, knots and mineral marks, it's these imperfections that give our Rustic Cherry such warmth and character.

• Rustic Hickory
Hickory is well-suited for rustic decor styles due to the nature of its grain patterns. Rustic-grade Hickory turns it up a notch with greater variation and contrast in wood grains, along with a greater tolerance for knots and mineral marks. Rustic Hickory is the perfect choice to create the warmth of a rustic cabin feel.

• Walnut
Our Walnut is steamed, blending lighter sapwood with deeper heartwood. Colors offer a high contrast, ranging from creamy brown to a beautiful dark chocolate brown with rich purplish undertones. Black walnut is normally straight grained and is noted for its beautiful grain character, producing more figure variation than any other wood.

• Silver Birch
Silver Birch is the ideal wood for moderate pricing combined with beauty and quality. Its fine-textured heartwood is creamy white to light tan in color, often with a delicate pink or golden hue. Its subtle grains have a lustrous quality, and it uniformly accepts many of our standard stains. Available in Sage and Express door styles, Silver Birch can be yours as either a flat or raised panel door.

• Bamboo and Lyptus
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