Considered a hardwood, but towards the softer side of hard…if that makes sense.
Native to the Northeast US – yeah!
Often the 1st choice for cabinetry, turned pieces, artisan crafts, furniture, flooring, trim work and more.
Small – Medium in Rustic Cherry.
Cherry heartwood is light brown when initially cut – but over time it will deepen in color – darken and become even more beautiful. The sap wood – however – will not change. The little cutting boards shown above have sap wood included on purpose for rustic character. Do you see it? Do you like it?
Furniture and cabinetry in cherry wood can be quite stunning – but the cabinetmaker needs to be able to select the wood properly. Who know’s what I’m talking about?
Hope Chest in Cherry Wood – Natural Finish
This hope chest – shown in cherry natural and when it was just completed – is soooo much darker now – wish I had an updated picture. We favor the natural wood grain, but some stain cherry (walnut too). It’s just a preference thing, don’t judge.
See the bead-board cabinet behind it? This is not cherry – any guesses?
We have yet to make a live edge piece in cherry, so we would like to feature one by a fellow woodworker – who happens to also be located in Windsor, VT. What do you think? Is this gorgeous or what? Paul is super talented, we’ve seen his work and are thrilled to find out he is so close. A meet-up is in order, hint, hint.
Cherry Table by Paul Wilson
Check out this coffee scoop in wild cherry – so unique and fun. Want one? Click on the picture to find out more…