Chase Cabinetry - Kitchen and Bathroom Cabinets and Countertops

Sequoia Cabinetry Wood Species



RED OAK -- The most traditional and commonly used wood species in cabinetry for many years.  It is known for its distinctive open graining and attractive price.  Oak lumber can vary from almost white to brown to gray.  These are normal variations in the color of oak, and are to be expected in cabinetry.  The lighter the stain, the more noticeable the variations.

MAPLE --  A hard and heavy wood known for its lighter color and tight graining (less distinct grain).  Color varies from almost white to gray to medium brown.  Maple has become very popular of late due to its tight grain and use with glazed finishes.

THERMAFOIL -- The term for our wrapped MDF doors and drawer fronts.  Thermafoil doors are a composite material with a durable coating in alpine white.  Face frames and are painted maple and finished ends are painted MDF.  The interior of the cabinets will remain a natural maple.

oakleaf mapleleaf
Terms of Use Site Map Copyright © 2010 Chase Cabinetry Links Privacy Policy