We are proud to offer a vast array of wood species to select from for your custom cabinet project.  Standard wood species are enhanced by the Appalachian Traditions line.  Lyptus, bamboo and palm varieties open doors to creativity while respecting environmental sustainability.  All of the woods featured on this page have no added urea formaldehyde.  Contact us for information and availability if you are interested in a wood species you do not see here.

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Wood Species

White Ash
Natural Birch
Cherry
Mahogany
Maple
Pine
Red Oak
Teak
Walnut
White Oak
White Ash
(Fraxinus americana)
Natural Birch
(Betula alleghaniensis)
Cherry
(Prunus serotina)
Mahogany
(Khaya ivorensis)
Maple
(Acer saccharum)
Pine
(Pinus spp.)
Red Oak
(Quercus, spp)
Teak
(Tectona grandis)
Walnut
(Juglans nigra)
White Oak
(Quercus, spp)
Adirondack Birch
Bristol Birch
Adirondack Birch
(Betula lenta)
Bristol Birch
(Betula papyrifera)
Laurelton Birch
Laurelton Birch
(Betula alleghaniensis)
Madison Cherry
(Prunus serotina)
Madison Cherry
Petersburg Cherry
Bedford Hickory
Petersburg Cherry
(Prunus serotina)
Bedford Hickory
(Carya spp.)
Franklin Hickory
Hampton Maple
Middletown Maple
Franklin Hickory
(Carya spp.)
Hamilton Maple
(Acer saccharum)
Middletown Maple
(Acer saccharum)
Cumberland Oak
(Quercus spp.)
Cumberland Oak
Standard Wood Species

These are the most standard wood species used in the cabinet industry.
Appalachian Traditions™

Appalachian Traditions™ offers the popular lumber look, with plywood's great properties. Each panel is plank matched, eliminating the repetitive characteristics found in book matched offerings and opening up new advantages in custom cabinets.  Because they are designed to be "consistently inconsistent", the panels will never exhibit distracting repeats or imbalanced shading.  Each panel is unique and is available in 5 species: Maple, Birch, Oak, Hickory and Cherry. 
Lyptus Woods

Lyptus is the trademarked name for the processing of a naturally occurring hybrid of two eucalyptus species. These Urograndis trees are grown on managed plantations in South America.  This fast growing and renewable eucalyptus hybrid tree species is preferred by homeowners for its exotic appearance. Lyptus veneer is now available in FSC certified panel constructions.
Long Plank Butcher Block
Long Plank Dark Clear
Long Plank Dark Rustic
Long Plank Light Clear
Long Plank Medium Clear
Long Plank Medium Rustic
Plain Sliced Grade A
Quarter Sawn Grade A
Short Plank  Butcher Block
Short Plank Dark Clear
Short Plank Dark Rustic
Short Plank Light Clear
Short Plank Medium Clear
Short Plank Medium Rustic
Plyboo

Bamboo is a fascinating material due to its incredible strength, regenerative properties, and its natural aesthetic beauty.  In structural engineering tests, bamboo has a higher tensile strength than many alloys of steel, and a higher compressive strength than many mixtures of concrete.  It even has a higher strength to weigh ratio than graphite.
Edge Grain Amber
Edge Grain Chocolate
Edge Grain Coconut
Edge Grain Natural
End Grain Sugar
Flat Grain Amber
Flat Grain Coconut
Flat Grain Natural
Flat Grain Sugar
Neopolitan Strand
Plyboo Squared Amber
Plyboo Squared Havana
Plyboo Squared Natural
Plyboo Squared Sahara
PlybooStrand Havana
PlybooStrand Sahara
Tambour Amber
Tambour Black
Tambour Green
Long Plank Butcher Block

Long Plank Dark Clear

Long Plank Dark Rustic

Long Plank Light Clear

Long Plank Medium Clear

Long Plank Medium Rustic

Plain Sliced Grade A

Quarter Sawn Grade A

Short Plank  Butcher Block

Short Plank Dark Clear

Short Plank Dark Rustic

Short Plank Light Clear

Short Plank Medium Clear

Short Plank Medium Rustic

Natural Flat Grain

Amber Flat Grain

Amber Edge Grain

Natural Edge Grain

Neapolitan Strand

Chocolate Edge Grain

Havana Strand

Sahara Strand

Amber Squared

Natural Squared

Havana Squared

Sahara Squared

Amber Tambour

Green Tambour

Black Tambour

Durapalm

Durapalm architectural plywood is made from coconut or sugar palms that are past their fruit-bearing years.  As well as its exotic grains, Durapalm also accepts stains and finishes very well.

Coconut Flat Grain

Sugar Flat Grain

Sugar End Grain Squared

Coconut Edge Grain

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