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Naturally beautiful wood cabinets.

Nothing can match the hue, the grain, the unique look of real wood. So STAR carries a forest of cabinets that feature nature's most beautiful building materials in all their glory. Add to that STAR professional designers, quick and accurate estimaters, and quality installers, and you're guaranteed a beautiful choice for your home. 

 

Maple

Color tone: Pale, light
Grain: Tight, relatively consistent board-to-board
Common treatments: Paint, light-to-medium stains

 

Oak

Color tone: Hues can include white, tan, brown, and red
Grain: Wide, distinctive
Common treatments: Stain, seldom painted, retains rough-hewn look when finished

Cherry

Color tone: Red to light reddish brown, darkens with age
Grain: Tight with knots and curls
Common treatments: Stain or natural finish

Hickory

Color tone: White to dark brown
Grain: Fine, with occasional ribbons of color and mineral streaks
Common treatments: Medium to dark stains, bleaching

Knotty Alder

Color tone: Yellow to reddish brown
Grain: Tight, consistent
Common treatments: Stain for a cherry wood appearance

Birch

Color tone: Light, similar to maple but with no mineral streaks
Grain: Fine, even
Common treatments: Paint, light-to-medium stain

Rustic Alder, Cherry, and Maple.

Rustic woods are as natural as they come. Chosen for their "imperfections," the lumber features knots, swirling grains called burls, as well as occasional nicks and dents. No two boards are alike, and while stain will emphasis the unique look these woods are far too beautiful to paint.

Quartersawn Oak

The unique grain pattern of quarter-sawn oak results from cutting the log at a 90-degree angle from its growth rings. This produces a uniform, vertical pattern that runs the length of the board. The wood is less likely to twist or warp, and won’t allow liquids to pass through it. Due to the meticulous cutting required, quarter-sawn is more expensive than traditional oak.

Thermofoil

Thermofoil is a description of a process/covering that is placed over manufactured wood.  Often used in commerical applications as a solid color or imitation wood look, this material offers an economical alternative to white painted solid wood cabinets.