Stained Finishes


Available on Maple, Oak, Cherry, Birch and Hickory 1

For a natural look, a stain color is applied and then hand-rubbed into the wood ensuring rich, consistent color coverage.

  • Stains enhance the inherent beauty of each wood type. Natural characteristics such as wood grain, mineral streaks and knots become more prominent, which may create lighter or darker effects in the color.
  • The color of a stain can vary on the various parts of the same door. End grain and veneer absorb more stain than other wood components of the door, resulting in a darker color.

1 Finish availability varies for each type of wood


Available finishes

maple-chestnut.jpgChestnut on Maple
maple-cinnamon.jpgCinnamon on Maple
maple-cognac.jpgCognac on Maple
maple-ginger.jpgGinger on Maple
maple-hazel.jpgHazel on Maple
maple-honeyspice.jpgHoney Spice on Maple
maple-natural.jpgNatural on Maple
molasses.jpgMolasses on Maple
maple-parchment.jpgParchment on Maple
oak-fawn.jpgFawn on Oak
cherry-sunset.jpgSunset on Cherry
Husk on Oak
maple-slate.jpgSlate on Maple
cherry-autumnblush.jpgAutumn Blush on Cherry
cherry-cabernet.jpgCabernet on Cherry
cherry-chocolate.jpgChocolate on Cherry
cherry-kaffe.jpgKaffe on Cherry
cherry-peppercorn.jpgPeppercorn on Cherry
birch-saddle.jpgSaddle on Cherry
baltic-on-cherry.jpgBaltic on Cherry
cannon-grey-on-maple.jpgCannon Grey on Maple