Wood Grains

Wood Grains

When you are browsing through our site you will find many products made of a variety of woods.  Here are the wood types we offer and the color and grain patterns available.




Color: Pale yellow to almost white color.

Grain pattern: Horizontal or vertical small grain pattern. No growth ring patterns or knots.

Origins: Bamboos grow in the tropical and subtropical regions of Asia, Africa and Latin America, extending as far north as the southern United States or central China, and as far south as Patagonia. They also grow in northern Australia.




Color: Dark red and brown tones. 

Grain Pattern: Interlocking grain pattern.

Origins: African wood species.




Color: Sap wood can be white-ish, rich red to reddish brown and will darken with age and on exposure to light.

Grain Pattern: The wood has a fine uniform, straight grain, satiny, smooth texture, and may naturally contain brown flecks.

Origins: Black Cherry grows in Canada, the United States, and Central America.




Color: Light tan to reddish brown; color darkens and reddens with age.

Grain Pattern: Grain is generally straight, with a moderately fine, uniform texture.

Origins:  Softer hardwood from the Pacific Northwest.




Color: Light cream to yellowish brown, with occasional streaks of gray or green.

Grain Pattern: It's generally straight-grained and "woolly" with a fine, even texture.

Origins: Poplar grows throughout North America, Europe, and Asia.




Color: White, to an off-white cream color, sometimes with a reddish or golden hue.

Grain Pattern:  Grain is generally straight, but may be wavy.

Origins: Asia, Europe, northern Africa, and North America.

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