Maple

  • Maple Alpine Pewter Glaze
    Maple Alpine Pewter Glaze
  • Maple Autumn Caramel Glaze
    Maple Autumn Caramel Glaze
  • Maple Autumn White Glaze
    Maple Autumn White Glaze
  • Maple Bordeaux
    Maple Bordeaux
  • Maple Bordeaux Sable Glaze
    Maple Bordeaux Sable Glaze
  • Maple Chestnut
    Maple Chestnut
  • Maple Chestnut Caramel Glaze
    Maple Chestnut Caramel Glaze
  • Maple Colonial Pewter Glaze
    Maple Colonial Pewter Glaze
  • Maple Colonial Sable Glaze
    Maple Colonial Sable Glaze
  • Maple Cordovan Sable Glaze
    Maple Cordovan Sable Glaze
  • Maple Espresso
    Maple Espresso
  • Maple Espresso Sable Glaze
    Maple Espresso Sable Glaze
  • Maple Ginger
    Maple Ginger
  • Maple Ginger White Glaze
    Maple Ginger White Glaze
  • Maple Harvest Gold Brown Glaze
    Maple Harvest Gold Brown Glaze
  • Maple Harvest Gold Pewter Glaze
    Maple Harvest Gold Pewter Glaze
  • Maple Mesa White Glaze
    Maple Mesa White Glaze
  • Maple Natural Carmel Glaze
    Maple Natural Carmel Glaze
  • Maple Natural Pewter Glaze
    Maple Natural Pewter Glaze
  • Maple Nutmeg
    Maple Nutmeg
  • Maple Nutmeg Brown Glaze
    Maple Nutmeg Brown Glaze

Maple

Manufacturer uses an Eastern Maple, defined by its subtle and elegant grain pattern. It is an exceptionally hard wood specie with closed pores. These characteristics make it less receptive to stain than many other species. It is common for this specie to exhibit a mottled or blotchy look when stained with mid to darker tone stains. Maple’s general coloration ranges from a yellowish-white to a light tan shade. Mineral streaks are common in Maple and turn darker when stained. The size and frequency of mineral streaks will vary and Manufacturer will allow streaks that are equal to or less less than 1/8“ wide and 2” long. Maple is generally responsive to light and its overall color will change (usually towards a light yellow shade) over time.