Dura Supreme Cabinetry has introduced a new wood species to their product offerings: Quarter-Sawn White Oak. Quarter-Sawn White Oak is admired for its distinctive grain pattern, which became especially popular with Arts & Crafts furniture design. “Quarter-Sawn” refers to the manner in which the wood is cut from the log that creates a distinctive and desirable straight grain pattern with an intriguing “fleck” across the grain.
“Quarter-Sawn White Oak is a beautiful option for modern, transitional, and contemporary looks because of its straight, consistent grain pattern and coloring,” explains Karen Wistrom, VP of Marketing for Dura Supreme Cabinetry. Available for Crestwood and Bria cabinetry in most door styles and a stunning palette of stained finishes.