Douglas Fir is a large, generally vertical-grained tree that grows in abundance in the Pacific Northwest. Douglas Fir is characterized by exceptional natural strength, hardness, and durability. The wood varies in color from yellowish tan to light, bright brown.
Knotty Alder grows in the Pacific Northwest and is a medium density hardwood with an even grain appearance. The wood is normally light brown with hues of red or peach. Its softer nature makes it easy to machine and receptive to a variety of stains and finishes.
Knotty Pine is abundant in America. The wood has a rich display of knots that reflects the randomness and beauty of nature. The wood tends to be a honey-toned or straw color while the knots are generally reddish-brown.
A primed option allows for a better paint finish and color-match process for any project. Interior applications are produced with MDF veneer and panels for superior paintability. MDF Design Collection Router Carved doors are also available.