Alder has a straight, fine textured grain and ranges in color from brownish-orange to red.
Ash varies in color from cream to light brown and has a distinctive wide grain with streaks.
Aspen is light brown in color, has a straight, open grain and can be used as a decorative veneer.
Basswood has a fine textured grain and can be used as a substitute for darker woods when stained.
Beech is reddish-pink in color and has a tight, fine textured grain that may show flecking.
Birch has a uniform grain with small pores and ranges in color from red to brownish-pink.
Bubinga is a West African wood that ranges in color from pinkish-red to brown and has black streaks.
Cherry is reddish-brown in color, has a fine textured grain and can be used to make furniture.
Cumaru is an extremely durable Peruvian and Brazilian hardwood. It has incredible strength and is naturally resistance to decay, rot, insect damage and its fire rating makes it a perfect wood for long-life exterior applications.
Garapa is often chosen for its rich golden-brown hue, fine-grained surface, and high-density composition. It also boasts a powerful resistance to decay, scratches, and insects.
Hard Maple has a closed, uniformed textured grain and is white in color with reddish-brown tints.
Hickory ranges in color from tan to reddish-brown and has a coarse, open grain.
A beautiful exotic hardwood used for decking as it is naturally resistant to insect damage due to its superior density. Lasts for decades without treatment.
Jatoba is a Central American wood that varies in color from tan to red and has black accent stripes.
Mahogany is blood-red to reddish-brown in color and has an parallel, fine textured grain.
Makore is a Central American wood that is reddish-brown in color and has a closed, fine textured grain.
Paduak is a West African wood that is red in color and has a straight, course textured grain.
Poplar has a straight, uniform textured grain and ranges in color from cream to light green.
Purple Heart is a South American wood that is dark purple in color and has a straight grain.
Red Oak ranges in color from pinkish-red to yellowish-brown and has a porous, dramatic grain.
Sapele is an African wood that has a narrow grain and is reddish-brown to purplish-brown in color.
Soft Maple is grayish-white in color, has a tight, fine textured grain and can be used as paneling.
Tigerwood is a beautiful exotic Brazilian hardwood so called because it has a reddish/orange background with dark vein striping which gives it a tiger-like look.
Walnut ranges in color from grayish-brown to purplish-brown and has a fine, wavy grain.