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Hickory

Wood Types

rustic cherry

rustic cherry

Cherry

Hickory is strong, straight or wavy grain. Coloring is sometime inconsistent with occasional thin, dark brown lines. Finished Hickory has a hard surface and a good luster can be achieved. At Hilltop we use stains to emphasize the open grain patterns.

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Maple is hard, strong, heavy, even, fine texture. The fine, even texture of maple and its high luster make this North American hardwood a popular species furniture and cabinets in the United States. It also includes curly grain patterns and mineral streaks. Resistant to shock and abrasive wear, Maple is a popular choice in cabinet making. It can be finished to a superb luster.

Alder

Maple

Walnut is straight-grained with streaky dark brown heartwood that can have a purple hue. It finishes beautifully in interesting colors and textures. This versatile hardwood is dark in color and light in weight. Walnut is a very popular lumber worldwide for furniture and cabinet making. It is finished to beautiful shine and takes most polishes well.

Red Oak is a dense, heavy wood that is very hard, with an open grain pattern and textured surface. Red Oak ranges in color from white and cream to a warm, pale brown, tinted with red.

Birch has a fine, even texture, straight grain creamy white to very pale tan. At Hilltop we commonly use birch for the inside cabinets. Birch finishes well and has a good luster and is easy to stain.

Cherry has a fine, even texture and straight grain. Cherry is a very popular wood at Hilltop for cabinets because of its combination of fine texture, wavy but even grain and reddish mid-tone color. Cherry tends to have some dirty patches or flecks, also known as small closed knots, pin pockets and mineral streaks. The wood darkens very quickly after finishing to help hide those imperfections. The finish comes up to a superb luster, and takes stain well.

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Alder is a moderately light hardwood, with a smooth surface with straight grain that is inconspicuous making this a popular choice for fine cabinetry and furniture. Alder is receptive to a variety of stains and finishes. With the stains we use at Hilltop we can make Alder imitate other species.

Knotty alder is a medium density hardwood that features a color range of light brown with reddish or peach hues. Knotty Alder has small and large split knots and open knots that vary in size, shape and color. The finish can range from visibility from dark spots absorbing excessive stain to very light spots absorbing minimal stain.

Hilltop offers a wide variety of woods in all different grades. From solid woods to custom veneers and laminate products.

Rustic Cherry shows a large amount of variations in the material. It will have allowances for larger-sized open knots, knots that contain star cracks, heavier amounts of color variation, sapwood on the face and pitch pockets. This is a very popular style at Hilltop if your are going for that rustic look.

Rustic Cherry shows a large amount of variations in the material. It will have allowances for larger-sized open knots, knots that contain star cracks, heavier amounts of color variation, sapwood on the face and pitch pockets. This is a very popular style at Hilltop if your are going for that rustic look.

Birch

knotty alder

Walnut