Our custom paint colors are formulated by Sherwin Williams. They have been designed to be the perfect classic or bold choice for your cabinetry.
Alder is a Pacific Northwest species known for consistent color and its ability to accept many finish types. Alder is specially selected from cabinet-grade Alder stock to show a tight grain pattern and give a rustic appearance.
European steamed beech is known for color consistency, beauty, quality, and flexibility. The sapwood is white tinged red, while the heartwood is light to reddish-brown. This wood is generally straight-grained with a close uniform texture.
Cherry is a beautiful hardwood, ranging in color from rich red to reddish-brown and may include creamy white/yellow sapwood. This wood will darken with age and exposure to light. The grain patterns run from fine to medium with a fairly uniform texture. Other natural characteristics may include mineral streaks, pin knots, pith flecks, and small gum pockets. The density of cherry is medium weight with moderate hardness and strength.
Oak is an American classic and is widely used for its timeless grain pattern and consistency. The sapwood ranges from white to light brown, while the heartwood is pinkish to reddish-brown.
Hickory is sourced from the eastern United States. It is the hardest, heaviest, and strongest American Hardwood. The sapwood of Hickory is white, tinged with inconspicuous brown lines, while the heartwood is pale to reddish-brown.
Please note: Due to the nature of photography, printing, and screen color display, these are estimations of the actual finish of our paints and stains. Please reference sample blocks from your dealer before ordering.