is a plantation grown hardwood that is extremely attractive. With it's uniform color, it has a few slight variations that go from medium to pale pink. The hardwood has a moderately coarse grain pattern. For the most part, the grain pattern is straight but can be slightly interlocked in some cases. This versatile wood is comparable to sapele and cherry with it's hardness, density, and grain texture. In regards to its durability and stability, you can easily match it up to sapele, hard maple, or cherry and find it compares well.
We offer many Select Hardwoods
. Which includes African Sapele, Black Walnut, Red Oak, White Oak, White Maple, Cherry, Bloodwood and Knotty Alder to name a few. Pricing on these woods is done to order and are subject to market fluctuation. You can view many of these woods on our Interactive Swatch Viewer
, known for its rich color, is an elegant wood visually and well suited for a custom wine cellar or wine rack application. Unstained, the color includes rich chocolate brown tones that slightly vary from a "nutty" to a "dark brown" hue. If left unstained, the wood will develop a natural sheen over time.
Unstained, knotty alder is primarily light brown in color but may vary from a pale yellow to reddish-brown. While the wood often features a variety of different-sized knots, some pieces will have no knots at all. Knotty alder accepts stain well, making it an exceptional hardwood for your one-of-a-kind wine cellar. Lacquer can be added to any stain, or to unstained wood, for a glossy finish. Knotty alder is a very unique wood, and adds a rustic feel to any application. The samples are indicative of the variations in knots and color.
White Oak is a light to medium brown, commonly with an olive cast. Nearly white to light brown sapwood is not always sharply demarcated from the heartwood. Grain is straight, with a coarse, uneven texture. Rated as very durable against rot.. Produces good results with hand and machine tools. Responds well to Glues, stains, and finishes.
Mixed Woods | Horizontal Black Walnut (with Dark Walnut stain) - Vertical White Maple (unstained)
Combine two different wood types to create a unique two color wood wine cellar.
The Classic Question…
What is the best wood for my wine cellar?
When a customer makes the decision to purchase a custom wine cellar, they have to select a wood to build it in. There is a wide variation in woods and personal preferences are equally varied. We offer a broad spectrum of woods in a variety of colors, grain patterns, and finishes to accommodate our customers' tastes, needs and budget.
We have selected four quality woods that we purchase in quantity and pass the saving onto you. Featured at the top of this page are wine cellars in each wood that link to more detailed descriptions. Redwood wine racks are a delight to work with. You have the heart of the wood, Clear All-Heart Redwood, and then Premium Redwood which has an array of colors. Prime Mahogany wine racks have a beautiful durability while selecting Pine for your wine cellar gives you great affordability. There is a second category of Non-standard, which is Your Choice of Wood, because we can work in any wood that is commercially available.