FX Cabinets Warehouse cabinetry is constructed with solid wood harvested using ecologically friendly forestry techniques. Our real-wood products are 100 percent free of
particle wood for compliancy with stringent California Air Resources Board standards. By using all wood, our cabinetry exhibits the natural characteristics and color variations that give
your space a distinctive look.
North American Maple
North American Maple is a hard wood, also known as sugar maple, common to Northern America ranging in color from creamy white to light reddish brown through both
heartwood and sapwood. The wood shows medium figuring of the grain with rare occurrences of quilted, fiddle back, or birds-eye detailing, which is usually sold at a premium.
North European Beech is a hard wood originating from Northern Europe, with great color variation from reddish brown heartwood to creamy white sapwood presented in
distinctive streaks and whorls throughout the wood. This species of beech has a tight grain and a smooth, uniform texture.
Basswood is a very smooth hard wood generally called lime in Britain and linden or basswood in North America. The greatest species diversity is found in Asia,
and the genus also occurs in Europe and eastern North America. Its heartwood ranges from a creamy white to a creamy brown, with sapwood that is nearly white. Basswood is commonly
used in cabinetry production and in making acoustic instruments because of its unique grain.
Oak is a very hard heavy wood originating from Asia. The heartwood is pale brown in color and may have a pinkish or slightly silver/gray cast. Sapwood is light cream to white
with low-color variation. Oaks grain is open with rays longer than that found in red oak with occasional swirls, burls and tight knots.
Birch is a broadleaved deciduous hardwood tree of the genus Betula in the family Betulaceae which also includes alder, hazels, and hornbeams, and is closely related to the
beech/oak family. They are typically rather short-lived pioneer species widespread particularly in northern temperate and boreal climates. This tree is sometimes called
"The Watchful Tree" because of eye-like impressions on the bark.