Walnut is a highly respected wood worldwide, and its many different uses can be attributed to its multiple grain patterns and coloring. Walnut can range from white sapwood to dark chocolate brown heartwood with curly or straight grain.

White Oak

America’s classic hardwood has handsome honey-rich hues, and the occasional blond streaked gradation in its grain.


A strong closed grain wood loved for its auburn warmth, and traditional feel.

Quarter Sawn Sycamore

The color of Sycamore is a range of beautiful light browns to amber-brown tones. When quarter sawn, it produces a very unique grain pattern mixing light and dark tones in a houndstooth pattern.


A wood with beautiful long grain, tranquil light blond tones, and excellent durability.



Heartwood is a golden to dark reddish brown. Color tends to darken with age. Besides the common ribbon pattern seen on quartersawn boards, Sapele is also known for a wide variety of other figured grain patterns, such as: pommele, quilted, mottled, wavy, beeswing, and fiddleback.