Maple has a smooth texture and tight, uniform grain patterns. Generally creamy white, it can vary from bright white to light pink or reddish brown. Maple will amber as it ages.
Oak has a varied, open grain pattern. Colors range from light tan and pink to medium dark red and brown. Oak may contain small mineral streaks and some pin knots.
Quartersawn Oak is quartered and then cut at an angle to the growth ring of the tree to expose a beautiful aspect of the grain. Color ranges from light tan and pink to medium dark red and brown. Quartersawn oak is a dense, heavy wood that is very strong and resists shock.
Rustic Maple is a dense hardwood with a smooth texture and closed grain pattern. Color ranges from creamy whites and light tans to almost black in knotty areas, bark pockets and mineral streaks.
Thermofoil doors and drawer fronts are constructed from one piece of 3/4" thick medium density fiberboard. Profile detail is routed into fiberboard which is then covered with a 12 mil. white thermofoil material. This process allows a seamless joint between the front edge of the doors and drawer fronts.