Oak is one of the best-selling woods for kitchen cabinets and it’s not hard to see why. Oak has interesting, open, uniform grain patterns that are distinguished by light-reflecting rays. The wood is a heavy, strong hardwood that is durable in the face of all hazards, including those dished out in a family-friendly kitchen. Oak is exceptionally wear-resistant, so it doesn't develop dings, dips or curves easily. Oak is also moisture-resistant, so water runs off rather than soaking into the wood and triggering warping.
Golden, medium-toned Honey finish brings out the texture of the grain. Look toward this strong hardwood, tempered by soothing amber overtones, to help create that comfortable feeling of home.
Medium russet Tawny finish accentuates oak’s contrasting grain pattern. There’s a down-to-earth, easy air to this finish and wood. This is the finish to use for a truly American craftsman charm and other natural styles.