Oak <br>Ebony

Oak is a medium to light colored wood with a very defined grain, exhibiting the occasional mineral streak or pin knot. Oak wood accepts stain in all color ranges from
light to dark in a very uniform and predictable manner. Note: Photography is an artistic representation of color tones, but can never reflect the true beauty of wood. Always make sure to make your final selection from dealer provided samples.

Oak <br>Black Tea

Oak is a medium to light colored wood with a very defined grain, exhibiting the occasional mineral streak or pin knot. Oak wood accepts stain in all color ranges from
light to dark in a very uniform and predictable manner. Note: Photography is an artistic representation of color tones, but can never reflect the true beauty of wood. Always make sure to make your final selection from dealer provided samples.

Oak <br>Aged

Oak is a medium to light colored wood with a very defined grain, exhibiting the occasional mineral streak or pin knot. Oak wood accepts stain in all color ranges from
light to dark in a very uniform and predictable manner. Note: Photography is an artistic representation of color tones, but can never reflect the true beauty of wood. Always make sure to make your final selection from dealer provided samples.

Oak <br>Onyx

Oak is a medium to light colored wood with a very defined grain, exhibiting the occasional mineral streak or pin knot. Oak wood accepts stain in all color ranges from
light to dark in a very uniform and predictable manner. Note: Photography is an artistic representation of color tones, but can never reflect the true beauty of wood. Always make sure to make your final selection from dealer provided samples.

Oak <br>Iron

Oak is a medium to light colored wood with a very defined grain, exhibiting the occasional mineral streak or pin knot. Oak wood accepts stain in all color ranges from
light to dark in a very uniform and predictable manner. Note: Photography is an artistic representation of color tones, but can never reflect the true beauty of wood. Always make sure to make your final selection from dealer provided samples.

Oak <br>Java

Oak is a medium to light colored wood with a very defined grain, exhibiting the occasional mineral streak or pin knot. Oak wood accepts stain in all color ranges from
light to dark in a very uniform and predictable manner. Note: Photography is an artistic representation of color tones, but can never reflect the true beauty of wood. Always make sure to make your final selection from dealer provided samples.

Oak <br>Koala

Oak is a medium to light colored wood with a very defined grain, exhibiting the occasional mineral streak or pin knot. Oak wood accepts stain in all color ranges from
light to dark in a very uniform and predictable manner. Note: Photography is an artistic representation of color tones, but can never reflect the true beauty of wood. Always make sure to make your final selection from dealer provided samples.

Oak <br>Shale

Oak is a medium to light colored wood with a very defined grain, exhibiting the occasional mineral streak or pin knot. Oak wood accepts stain in all color ranges from
light to dark in a very uniform and predictable manner. Note: Photography is an artistic representation of color tones, but can never reflect the true beauty of wood. Always make sure to make your final selection from dealer provided samples.

Oak <br>Bourbon

Oak is a medium to light colored wood with a very defined grain, exhibiting the occasional mineral streak or pin knot. Oak wood accepts stain in all color ranges from
light to dark in a very uniform and predictable manner. Note: Photography is an artistic representation of color tones, but can never reflect the true beauty of wood. Always make sure to make your final selection from dealer provided samples.

Oak <br>Ginger

Oak is a medium to light colored wood with a very defined grain, exhibiting the occasional mineral streak or pin knot. Oak wood accepts stain in all color ranges from
light to dark in a very uniform and predictable manner. Note: Photography is an artistic representation of color tones, but can never reflect the true beauty of wood. Always make sure to make your final selection from dealer provided samples.