CHERRY: Sometimes called fruitwood. It is a moderately hard, red-brown color wood. It resists warping but easy to carve and polish.
TEAK: It is a yellow to dark brown hardwood which is extremely hard, strong and durable. It shows straight grain and mottled figure. And it is of high value.
MAHOGANY: Strong with a uniform porous structure, in a reddish brown color. It is extensively used in the crafting of Empire and Victorian style furniture.
MAPLE: It is so hard and resistant to shock. The sized pores diffuse evenly and give the wood a fine texture and even grain. The bird eye figure in maple is quite rare too.
ROSEWOOD: It is very hard and has a dark reddish brown color. It is fragrant and close grained. Rosewood is also widely used in musical instruments.
WALNUT: One of the most versatile woods for making cabinet. It is strong, hard and durable without being excessively heavy.
OAK: One of the most popular used hardwoods. It is heavy, strong and light color. It is widely used for American and English design.