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Furniture Style Glossary: Wood


Wood

Amboyna Veneer
Golden-brown hardwood from the East Indies with a bird's eye figure.

Associated with the following furniture styles:
  • Robert Adam
  • Hepplewhite
  • Sheraton

Ash
Whitish gray-brown American hardwood with similar graining to oak.

Associated with the following furniture styles:
  • Early American
  • Queen Anne
  • Colonial
  • Georgian
  • Shaker
  • Victorian
  • Arts and Craft
  • Scandinavian Contemporary

Beech
Light brown American hardwood with a flecked grain.

Associated with the following furniture styles:
  • Art Nouveau

Birch
Red-brown American hardwood with a close grain.

Associated with the following furniture styles:
  • Early American
  • Hepplewhite
  • Shaker
  • Arts and Craft
  • Scandinavian Contemporary

Black Walnut
Dark brown American hardwood with a wide range of figures.

Associated with the following furniture styles:
  • Jacobean
  • William and Mary
  • Queen Anne
  • Colonial
  • Georgian
  • Pennsylvania Dutch
  • Federal
  • Duncan Phyfe
  • American Empire
  • Victorian
  • Art Nouveau
  • Scandinavian Contemporary

Butternut
Medium brown American hardwood often stained to resemble black walnut.

Associated with the following furniture styles:
  • Victorian

Cedar
Golden to red-brown American softwood.

Associated with the following furniture styles:
  • Sheraton

Cherry
Red-brown American hardwood.

Associated with the following furniture styles:
  • Early American
  • Queen Anne
  • Chippendale
  • Hepplewhite
  • Federal
  • Sheraton
  • Duncan Phyfe
  • American Empire
  • Shaker
  • Arts and Craft

Ebony Veneer
Dark brown to black African hardwood with black stripes, used in thinly sliced sheets.

Associated with the following furniture styles:
  • William and Mary

Elm
Red-brown American hardwood.

Associated with the following furniture styles:
  • Early American
  • Queen Anne
  • Colonial
  • Georgian
  • Shaker
  • Arts and Craft
  • Scandinavian Contemporary

Fruitwood
Pink-brown American hardwood, including apple and pear.

Associated with the following furniture styles:
  • Early American
  • William and Mary
  • Queen Anne
  • Colonial
  • Georgian
  • Federal
  • Duncan Phyfe
  • Shaker
  • Arts and Craft

Goncalo Alves
Red-brown hardwood with dark brown streaks from Central and South America.

Associated with the following furniture styles:
  • Robert Adam
  • Sheraton

Hickory
Red-brown American hardwood.

Associated with the following furniture styles:
  • Early American
  • Queen Anne
  • Colonial
  • Georgian
  • Shaker
  • Arts and Craft
  • Scandinavian Contemporary

Holly Veneer
Creamy-white American hardwood with a speckledgrain, used for inlay and marquetry.

Associated with the following furniture styles:
  • William and Mary

Mahogany
Red-brown South American and African hardwood.

Associated with the following furniture styles:
  • Queen Anne
  • Colonial
  • Georgian
  • Chippendale
  • Robert Adam
  • Hepplewhite
  • Sheraton
  • Art Nouveau
  • Scandinavian Contemporary

Mahogany Veneer
Red-brown South American and African hardwood, used in thinly sliced sheets.

Associated with the following furniture styles:
  • Chippendale
  • Hepplewhite
  • Sheraton
  • American Empire

Maple
Golden to red-brown American hardwood with a wide range of figures.

Associated with the following furniture styles:
  • Early American
  • Queen Anne
  • Colonial
  • Georgian
  • Robert Adam
  • Hepplewhite
  • Federal
  • Duncan Phyfe
  • Shaker
  • Victorian
  • Arts and Craft
  • Scandinavian Contemporary

Maple Veneer
Golden to red-brown American hardwood with a wide range of figures, used in thinly sliced sheets.

Associated with the following furniture styles:
  • Sheraton
  • American Empire

Oak
Gray-brown American hardwood.

Associated with the following furniture styles:
  • Jacobean
  • Early American
  • Pennsylvania Dutch
  • Shaker
  • Victorian
  • Arts and Craft
  • Art Nouveau
  • Scandinavian Contemporary

Pine
Yellow to pink-brown American softwood.

Associated with the following furniture styles:
  • Early American
  • Pennsylvania Dutch
  • Shaker
  • Arts and Craft

Rosewood Veneer
Purple-brown South American hardwood with black streaks that can be highly polished.

Associated with the following furniture styles:
  • Robert Adam
  • Hepplewhite
  • Federal
  • Sheraton
  • Duncan Phyfe
  • American Empire
  • Victorian

Satinwood Veneer
Light yellow to golden brown Indian hardwood that is highly figured, has a close grain, and can be highly polished.

Associated with the following furniture styles:
  • Robert Adam
  • Hepplewhite
  • Federal
  • Sheraton
  • Duncan Phyfe

Sycamore
Creamy-white European hardwood, treated to turn a silvery-gray or pink-brown color.

Associated with the following furniture styles:
  • Early American
  • Hepplewhite
  • Shaker
  • Arts and Craft

Sycamore Plane or American Sycamore
Pink-brown American hardwood.

Associated with the following furniture styles:
  • Robert Adam

Teak
Yellow-brown African and Asian hardwood.

Associated with the following furniture styles:
  • Scandinavian Contemporary

Tulipwood
Pink-yellow South American hardwood with red striping used in inlays; also known as pinkwood.

Associated with the following furniture styles:
  • Pennsylvania Dutch
  • Robert Adam
  • Hepplewhite
  • Sheraton

Zebrawood
Golden-brown African hardwood with dark brown striping.

Associated with the following furniture styles:
  • Sheraton

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