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Cherry is a moderately hard wood - heavy and strong. It is generally a straight grained and uniformly textured wood characterized by its red undertones. Given that - it may range in color from a light to dark reddish brown heartwood with tones from greenish to white sapwood. There is also a natural occurrence of small knots and pitch pockets or wormholes in the surface of the wood. Cherry is well known for its response to artificial and natural light sources and will develope a rich and lustrous patina in the colors noted above. These variations are often quite visible with natural or light finishes while appearing less on darker stains - shielding the wood from various light sources. (door image may not depict the correct species of wood)
Maple is a hard and dense wood with a close grain that is relatively subtle in appearance. The grain pattern may vary from a tight vertical pattern to a wild arch-shape. The color range runs from white to yellow and brown. Marsh is very selective in this color range, ensuring the brown portion to have a faint brown tint. Inherently - there are fine honey-colored mineral and sugar streaks. Maple will react to both natural and artificial light sources, taking on a slightly subdued patina. When a light finish is applied, these variations are visible and should not be considered defects. (door image may not depict the correct species of wood)