The product photography representing our work on this website has been provided to give you a visual representation of the wood grain, stain/finish, and color options available.
However, due to variations in individual user's monitor settings, calibrations, color printing settings, and lighting sources, we cannot guarantee that your product will be an exact match to the colors represented on this site.
In certain wood species, the color changes as it ages over time. For example, cherry hardwood darkens in color as it ages. Coloring also varies throughout any given cut of wood grade, providing a broad range of shading and color density.
You will receive a product that is similar in grain and texture 'typical' of the wood species selected.