The wood used in these gorgeous dining table tops is sourced from North American hardwood forests that are managed for sustainability. Boos offers the four most popular wood species, covering a spectrum of colors ranging from light tan to dark brown. Each species has its own distinct look.
Northern Hard Rock Maple is the “go-to” wood, since it’s the hardest and most affordable of the lot, plus its neutral colors can complement almost any dining room décor. The yellows and light-to-dark browns of American Black Walnut make it especially distinct (and pricey), so well-suited for formal, upscale restaurants.
American Cherry features light shades of pink and reddish browns. Fresh cherry wood starts out fairly light, but darkens over time. Appalachian Red Oak (not available in edge-grain) presents darker than maple, and light-to-medium brown, as compared to Cherry’s more vibrant reddish hues.