Unlike paint, stains are translucent by design to allow the color, grain and texture of the natural wood color to show through the stain. As a result, every piece of wood will stain a little different in color that is what makes each piece unique.


Stain Colors As They Appear on Oak

Standard Stain Colors on Solid Oak

Natural
Natural*
Pecan
Pecan
Golden Oak
Golden Oak*
Cherry
Cherry
Gun Stock
Burnt Orange
Mahogany
Mahogany
Chestnut
Chestnut
Walnut
Walnut
Black Stain
Black Stain
Edge Profiles
Edge Profiles

* Most Popular


Stain Colors As They Appear on Cherry

Standard Stain Colors on Solid Cherry

Cherry with Natural stain
Natural*
Cherry with Pecan stain
Pecan
Cherry with Golden Oak Stain
Golden Oak
Cherry With Cherry stain
Cherry
Cherr with Gun Stock Stain
Gun Stock
 Cherry with Mahogany Stain
Mahogany*
Cherry With Chestnut Stain
Chestnut
Cherry With Walnut Stain
Walnut
Edge Profiles
Edge Profiles

* Most Popular

About Real Cherry Wood
 Real Cherry wood will become darker and richer in color as it ages. Cherry as it is a natural product is not uniform in color from tree to tree.   

 Unlike paint, stains are translucent by design to allow the color and grain of the natural wood to show through the stain. As a result, every piece of Cherry will stain differently.

If you order multiple pieces I try to make each piece out of the same board if possible.  If it is not possible to use the same board I do my best to  match up pieces of Cherry that are similar in color. 


Stain Colors as They Appear on Maple

Standard Stain Colors on Solid Maple Natural is Highly Recommended!

maple with Natural stain
Natural*
maple With cherry stain
Cherry
 maple with Mahogany Stain
Mahogany
maple With Chestnut Stain
Chestnut
maple With Walnut Stain
Walnut
Edge Profiles
Edge Profiles

* 90% of all Maple we sell is Natural. Stain may make the Maple Blotchy with light and dark areas





We have taken the actual stain and applied it to Oak, Cherry and Maple wood in order to show one how the different species of wood look with the same stain colors. As one easily tell the same stain on Maple looks much different than it does on Oak or Cherry.

We have taken all possible steps to provide accurate color samples.
Unlike paint, stains are translucent by design to allow the color and grain of the natural wood to show through the stain. As a result, every piece of wood will stain a little different that is what makes each piece unique.

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