2207 US Rte.12
Spring Grove, IL
Wood Type and Finish
Cherry tends toward elegant warm tones, and also darkens considerably as it ages. Cherry has a fine grain that often exhibits swirls and a flowing, random pattern. Cherry's color varies from nearly white to dark reddish brown.
Hickory is a heavy, dense wood that displays vibrant grain patterns and wide variation in color. It is the outgoing extrovert of the hardwood family. Lighter stains make this natural variation the most evident, while darker stains tend to mute it.
Maple has a fine, uniform grain pattern, and tends toward lighter colorations. Like all woods, maple will darken with age, but to a lesser degree than cherry. Maple takes on a subtle mottled appearance when finished in the darker stains.
Rustic Alder creates environments with authentic warmth and natural homey charm. Rustic alder has a cherry-like grain, and displays visible knots, mineral, and color variation in the door frame and solid center panel.
Oak is very strong and has open-grain pattern. Its natural color may vary from salmon-red to dark cinnamon within a panel. Oak wood may include random worm holes, mineral deposits, knots and wild-grain patterns.
Walnut features a smooth, fine and generally straight wood grain with colors that range from deep chocolate to light reddish-gray brown. Light yellow or light brown sapwood areas may also be present.
Laminate comes in all kinds of colors, patterns, and textures. It's durable, stain-resistant, and easy to clean, but can be hard to repair if it chips because it's made of layers of kraft paper that are pressed together under high heat.
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