DeWils is nestled in the heart of the rich forests of the Pacific Northwest, so our affinity for wood with exceptional character, strength and beauty is just a part of our heritage. We select, mill, sand and build every component possible of your cabinetry. Only then can we deliver a product that we feel confident putting the DeWils name on.
Western Red Alder is a hardwood indigenous to the Northwest. The characteristics vary as with all hardwoods. Alder inclines generally to a finer, straighter grain and a mostly uniform texture, providing a luxurious look for most stains. The color of Alder is light brown with a yellow or reddish tinge creating color variations in the finished product.
Bamboo is one of the most sustainable products available: it takes less energy to grow and renews itself readily. Unlike hardwood trees, which, once cut, don't regenerate themselves, bamboo is an endlessly renewable resource, each plant can be harvested repeatedly.
Known for its beauty and high quality, Cherry is from the Northern Appalachians. The color will range from red to brown tones, pale yellow and white. Cherry may contain pin knots, mineral streaks and gum pockets among other natural characteristics. The hardwood darkens as it ages, giving it an elegant patina.
Hard Rock Maple
DeWils' offering in Eastern Maple provides a series of door styles with the quality of fine furniture without the high price. Glacial Superior Hard Maple (white) is chosen to ensure the finest material and most consistent color possible. Maple is known both for its beauty and durability.
Grown primarily in the Appalachian region of Pennsylvania, DeWils selects its hickory from the finest northern woods. The wild variation in grain and color is Hickory's real appeal.
For the rustic mountain-cabin look, DeWils offers selected door styles in Knotty Alder. Selected for its rough appearance, it has both tight and loose knots, pitch pockets, dark patches and other "blemishes" to create that special look. The Alder is light brown with a yellow or reddish tinge, creating color variations.
A beautiful wood from the Ivory Coast region of Africa. The quarter sawn cut we chose presents a ribbon effect and straight grain that takes well to stains. This wood color is from a dull light brown to a dark reddish brown with some shades of pinkish brown.
Quarter-Sawn White Oak
Quarter-sawn, white oak features varying colors of white or light grey, as well as some medium darker grey and brown. Fleck is also common, resulting in a reflecting effect.
DeWils offers the best possible grade of Red Oak, known for consistent color and low incidence of defects. It offers a pleasing grain pattern and color selection. Part of Oak's beauty is the grain and color variations caused by different growing conditions.
Eastern Black Walnut is highly prized for its dark colored true heartwood. The characteristics vary as with all hardwoods but the contrasting color in Walnut from dark rich brown to a creamy brown is what gives this species its unique look. This wood takes stains well but is possibly most striking when finished with a clear finish allowing the natural beauty of the wood to be the hero.