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Warm and Intimate. Sleek and Contemporary. Wood lets you create the style and look you want. Just use your imagination.

  • Cherry Flooring

    A distressed wood floor in American cherry, stained with medium finish. This adds to the rustic look of this eat in kitchen. Photo courtesy of American Hardwood Information Center.

  • Kitchen - Keep

    Beautiful hardwoods abound in this kitchen, with hickory flooring complementing hard maple cabinets. Photo courtesy of American Hardwood Information Center, Photographer: Tripp Smith

  • Cypress

    Cypress has long been used for exterior applications such as this airport, perfect when you are looking for that high-end look.

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Species Guide

Learn the look and basic wood properties of various woods to help you choose the right wood for your project. Not sure what you are looking for? Browse and use the Comparison Tool to narrow down the specie you’re looking for.

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