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REALCRAFT CUSTOM DESIGN DEPARTMENT


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Call us at (253) 853-3811

9656 Bujacich Rd NW
Bldg E, Ste A
Gig Harbor, WA 98332


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Preview your bespoke product with five real wood samples

Preview your bespoke product with five real wood samples

Discover your perfect wood choice from our premium selection. See how they look in your home for the most accurate glimpse of your new wood product. Plus, enjoy a $100 credit towards your next RealCraft purchase of doors, mantels, shelves, or countertops.

Discover your perfect wood choice from our premium selection. See how they look in your home for the most accurate glimpse of your new wood product. Plus, enjoy a $100 credit towards your next RealCraft purchase of doors, mantels, shelves, or countertops.

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Knotty Alder

    • This tree, native to the Pacific Northwest, boasts tons of character, including gorgeous, rustic knots
    • Light golden brown in color, it can also be stained to mimic other wood species
    • Your go-to for any home style that leans rustic, including Farmhouse, Western, or Southwest design styles

Red Grandis

    • This wood species from Eastern Australia offers a smooth surface for paint. It is our recommended choice for paint.
    • Grows rapidly —up to 23 feet per year! —making it a sustainable lumber choice

Cherry

    • Black Cherry is known for its pinkish red hue, which naturally darkens to a rich red-brown over time.
    • This domestic hardwood is durable and decay-resistant
    • Traditional and classic

Knotty White Oak

    • White Oak is prized for its stellar durability.
    • Available in three formats: Knotty Rustic, Quarter Sawn, and Plain Sawn
    • We highly recommend White Oak for exterior applications

American Ash

  • A light blond wood, Ash has a slightly rustic look because of its prominent grain pattern
  • Suitable for paint

Maple

  • Light, bright, and straight-grained, this wood species is a minimalist’s dream
  • Fine, smooth texture makes it suitable for paint
  • Our favorite choice for Butcher Block Countertops

Tight Knot Cedar

  • Grows plentifully on the west coast of North America
  • Beautiful, sustainable, and versatile, this wood is lightweight, making it perfect for larger doors
  • Highly resistant to rot and decay making it perfect for outdoor applications

Calico Hickory

  • One of the hardest, stiffest, strongest woods native to the United States
  • We use boards with light and dark streaks called Calico Hickory for a rustic look.  

Spanish Cedar

  • A very durable hardwood with beautiful reddish coloring and distinctive gray streaks
  • Not a true Cedar, it is actually more closely related to Mahoganies
  • Excellent for outdoor applications

Sapele Mahogany

  • Golden brown to dark reddish brown with a distinctive interlocked “ribbon” grain pattern
  • Durable and dimensionally stable, this wood species is a favorite for exterior doors
  • A close cousin of genuine mahogany, our Sapele Mahogany is FSC certified

Clear Douglas Fir

  • This wood is a light brown color with a red or yellow tint
  • Lightweight enough for very large or tall doors
  • Good for paint and stains well

Iroko

  • Golden yellow that ages into a luxurious copper brown with an interlocking grain
  • A sustainable alternative to genuine Teak
  • Phenomenally resistant to weather and wear.

Knotty Black Walnut

  • The premier American luxury hardwood
  • Excellent dimensional stability and strength
  • Some planks feature beautiful “blonde” streaks for a unique look
  • Recommended for butcher block countertops.

Accoya

  • Accoya wood is made from pine trees in the Netherlands that are chemically modified with non-toxic vinegar, turning it into the most stable wood in the world
  • Tougher than teak, rot and decay resistant
  • Harvested in FSC certified forests Accoya is super sustainable

Plain Sawn White Oak

  • Plain Sawn White Oak is charactrized by a highly distinctive "cathedral" or "flame" grain
  • Plain Sawn is our most popular Oak variation

Padauk

  • This naturally vibrant scarlet wood species is our most brightly colored hardwood
  • Very durable and dimensionally stable, so it’s suitable for exterior use
  • Has a natural luster for the ultimate luxury look and feel

Quarter Sawn White Oak

  • Quarter Sawn White Oak features distinctive rays called "tiger rays" across the grain pattern
  • Dense, hard, and heavy with exceptional water resistence

Black Walnut

  • Renowned for its beautiful rich brown color and durability
  • Premium Walnut is straight-grained and more regular in appearance than the Rustic variant

Western Red Cedar

  • Western Red Cedar has stellar dimensional stability, so it will not warp or sag when used in exterior doors.
  • Very rot resistant and durable thanks to high levels of organic compounds that are toxic to insects and microorganisms  
Knotty Alder Wood Finish

Wenge

  • This wood species has a deep brown color with even darker, nearly black streaks—rich in both color and texture
  • Widely regarded as an ebony substitute—if you’re looking for a luxe, rare exotic hardwood, this is it

Zebrawood

  • Just like the name says, this wood features striking stripes that resemble a zebra!
  • Extremely hard, this wood is famous for its high sturdiness and resistence to insect and pests
  • A showstopping, lavish option for any application

Knotty Alder

    • This tree, native to the Pacific Northwest, boasts tons of character, including gorgeous, rustic knots
    • Light golden brown in color, it can also be stained to mimic other wood species
    • Your go-to for any home style that leans rustic, including Farmhouse, Western, or Southwest design styles

Red Grandis

    • This wood species from Eastern Australia offers a smooth surface for paint. It is our recommended choice for paint.
    • Grows rapidly —up to 23 feet per year! —making it a sustainable lumber choice

Cherry

    • Black Cherry is known for its pinkish red hue, which naturally darkens to a rich red-brown over time.
    • This domestic hardwood is durable and decay-resistant
    • Traditional and classic

Knotty White Oak

    • White Oak is prized for its stellar durability.
    • Available in three formats: Knotty Rustic, Quarter Sawn, and Plain Sawn
    • We highly recommend White Oak for exterior applications

American Ash

  • A light blond wood, Ash has a slightly rustic look because of its prominent grain pattern
  • Suitable for paint

Maple

  • Light, bright, and straight-grained, this wood species is a minimalist’s dream
  • Fine, smooth texture makes it suitable for paint
  • Our favorite choice for Butcher Block Countertops

Tight Knot Cedar

  • Grows plentifully on the west coast of North America
  • Beautiful, sustainable, and versatile, this wood is light weight making it perfect for larger doors
  • Highly resistant to rot and decay making it perfect for outdoor applications

Calico Hickory

  • One of the hardest, stiffest, strongest woods native to the United States
  • We use boards with light and dark streaks called Calico Hickory for a rustic look.  

Spanish Cedar

  • A very durable hardwood with beautiful reddish coloring and distinctive gray streaks
  • Not a true Cedar, it is actually more closely related to Mahoganies
  • Excellent for outdoor applications

Sapele Mahogany

  • Golden brown to dark reddish brown with a distinctive interlocked “ribbon” grain pattern
  • Durable and dimensionally stable, this wood species is a favorite for exterior doors
  • A close cousin of genuine mahogany, our Sapele Mahogany is FSC certified

Clear Douglas Fir

  • This wood is a light brown color with a red or yellow tint
  • Lightweight enough for very large or tall doors
  • Good for paint and stains well

Iroko

  • Golden yellow that ages into a luxurious copper brown with an interlocking grain
  • A sustainable alternative to genuine Teak
  • Phenomenally resistant to weather and wear

Knotty Black Walnut

  • The premier American luxury hardwood
  • Excellent dimensional stability and strength means it won’t
  • Some planks feature beautiful “blonde” streaks for a unique look
  • Recommended for butcher block countertops

Accoya

  • Accoya wood is made from pine trees in the Netherlands that are chemically modified with non-toxic vinegar, turning it into the most stable wood in the world
  • Tougher than teak, rot and decay resistant
  • Harvested in FSC certified forests Accoya is super sustainable

Plain Sawn White Oak

  • Plain Sawn White Oak is charactrized by a highly distinctive "cathedral" or "flame" grain
  • Plain Sawn is our most popular Oak variation

Padauk

 

  • This naturally vibrant scarlet red wood species is our most brightly colored hardwood
  • Very durable and dimensionally stable, so it’s suitable for exterior use
  • Has a natural luster for the ultimate luxury look and feel

Quarter Sawn White Oak

  • Quarter Sawn White Oak features distinctive rays called "tiger rays" across the grain pattern
  • Dense, hard, and heavy with exceptional water resistence

Black Walnut

  • Renowned for its beautiful rich brown color and durability
  • Premium Walnut is straight-grained and more regular in appearance than the Rustic Variant

Western Red Cedar

  • Western Red Cedar has stellar dimensional stability, so it will not warp or sag when used in exterior doors.
  • Very rot resistant and durable thanks to high levels of organic compounds that are toxic to insects and microorganisms  

Wenge

  • This wood species has a deep brown color with even darker, nearly black streaks—rich in both color and texture
  • Widely regarded as an ebony substitute—if you’re looking for a luxe, rare exotic hardwood, this is it

Zebrawood

  • Just like the name says, this wood features striking stripes that resemble a zebra!
  • Extremely hard, this wood is famous for its high sturdiness and resistence to insect and pests
  • A showstopping, lavish option for any application

Discover Exquisite Wood and Stain Combination

Explore Our Signature Wood Species and Stain Selection

Knotty Alder

Red Velvet

Knotty Alder

Chai Spice

Knotty Alder

Devil's Food Cake

Knotty Alder

Hazelnut Truffle

Knotty Alder

Salted Caramel

Knotty Alder

Old Fashioned Nougat

Knotty Alder

Silver Spoon

Knotty Alder

Creme Anglaise

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Afromosia Wood with Clear Finish
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FAQ

  • Straight or Clear— the wood fibers run in a straight direction. This pattern may occasionally have a slight bend or wave to it but tends to be straight overall. 
  • Interlocked — the wood fibers go in opposite directions. This pattern makes the wood more difficult to work with.  
  • Irregular — the wood’s fibers go in multiple directions, including in knots.  
  • Wavy — a wood fiber that has a continuous wave pattern. Wavy grain patterns are relatively rare. 

A softwood comes from an evergreen tree. Examples include Douglas Fir and Western Red Cedar. While these woods have a lower Janka hardness rating, this doesn’t make them less durable. Softwood can be more easily scratched in some contexts, but they also have good resistance to water damage or insect attack.  

A hardwood comes from a deciduous tree. This includes fruit trees like Cherry and exotic imports like Padauk or Sapele Mahogany.  

Clear is another word for straight grain. A clear grain wood has a regular grain pattern as opposed to a wavy one. Our Douglas Fir has a clear, vertical grain pattern which differentiates it from inferior quality Douglas Fir. 

While all of our woods work for exterior applications, we prefer wood species with higher overall durability for exterior purposes. Our favorites for exterior doors? Black Walnut and Knotty Black Walnut, Sapele Mahogany, White Oak (any variant), and Western Red Cedar. Any of our wood species is ideal for interior projects, with the exception of Wenge, which we do not use for countertops.

If you order fewer than five samples, they cost $10 each plus shipping. Five or more samples cost $8 each with free shipping. You’ll receive a special discount code in your sample box, and via email, to redeem $100 off any future purchase of any RealCraft wood product. 

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