Custom Cabinetry
Creating the Ultimate Blend of Elegance and Functionality




This extremely popular hardwood features a unique blend of strenth and enduring beauty. Wood patterns will vary, as will the colors, ranging from warm, soft browns to near white. The variety of grains and the proper stain results in an eye-pleasing color graduation throughout the cabinet.



Walunut lumber is used for fine furniture, architectural woodwork, musical instruments, decorative panels, interior trim, and flooring. Many customers appreciate its "easy of use" and beautiful colours. Walnut is normally straight grained and is noted for its beautiful grain character, producing more figure variation than any other wood. Over the years the wood develops a lustrous patina.



The clean simplicity of maple doors make them the ideal choice for either contemporary and traditional décor. An exceptionally strong and heavy wood, maple is characterized by its white or creamy color. Maple doors provide a smooth, radiant look when finished with light stain.



There are few materials that have the beauty, elegance and strength of solid mahogany. While it may be easy to replicate the look of solid mahogany furniture, through the use of particleboard and veneers, it's impossible to match its durability and sturdiness. Mahogany has a generally straight grain and is usually free of voids and pockets. It has a reddish-brown color, which darkens over time, and displays a reddish sheen when polished. It has excellent workability, and is very durable. These properties make it a favourable wood for crafting cabinets and furniture.



For a look of elegance and luxury, cherry cabinets are unmatched. This solid hardwood possesses rich hues that vary from light red to deep redish brown. Known for its fine and tight grain patterns, cherry will take stain exceptionally well and will darken over time with exposure to light.



Alder is a poplar wood that is inexpensive and great for distressed or glazed finishes. The wood does not stain evenly so it always has a unique stain appearance with each piece. The common finishes for alder wood are natural whitewashed and unfinished. Knotty alder has large knots that are sealed naturally with a rustic appearance for kitchen cabinets. This adds more character to the wood and is a sought after natural design for kitchen cabinets.

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