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Woods We Use

  • Wenge

    Wenge

    Wenge

    Wenge is a flowering legume tree native to the Congo. Its distinctive dark color and distinctive figure are hallmarks of this prized...

    Wenge products
  • Walnut

    Walnut

    Walnut

    American black walnut is native to eastern North America. Prized for its rich chocolate-brown color and strength, this beautiful...

    Walnut products
  • Tulipwood

    Tulipwood

    Tulipwood

    Also known as Yellow Poplar, this hard-wood has a yellowish cast and features dark streaks.

    Tulipwood products
  • Tiger Maple

    Tiger Maple

    Tiger Maple

    Also known as Flamed Maple, this creamy white wood has an unusual, undulating figure which looks like stripes on a tiger, hence its...

    Tiger Maple products
  • Teak

    Teak

    Teak

    Teakwood is a very dense wood with natural oils. Beautiful shades of muted gold, copper and tan with dark ribbons of chocolate brown are...

    Teak products
  • Sycamore

    Sycamore

    Sycamore

    American Sycamore is denoted by its pale coloring and fine graining. This large, flowering tree is native to wetland areas. While the...

    Sycamore products
  • Spalted Maple

    Spalted Maple

    Spalted Maple

    Spalting - most frequently found on lighter woods - is the effect of fungi growing on dead wood. Most typically found in Maple are the...

    Spalted Maple products
  • Sapele

    Sapele

    Sapele

    An African hardwood that is highly sought after for its similarity to Mahogany. Sapele’s colors are slightly redder than Mahogany...

    Sapele products
  • Quilted Maple

    Quilted Maple

    Quilted Maple

    Big Leaf Maple trees which flourish in Oregon are the predominant source of this wavy, highly figured wood. Quilted figure resembles a...

    Quilted Maple products
  • Purpleheart

    Purpleheart

    Purpleheart

    South American hardwood with a deep purple-violet color which matures to dark brown.

    Purpleheart products
  • Padauk

    Padauk

    Padauk

    Beautiful, natural reddish-orange wood that is of African origin. Padauk is a star when it comes to colorful woods. When freshly cut is...

    Padauk products
  • Maple

    Maple

    Maple

    This species is most prevalent in New England and is also known as Sugar, or Rock Maple. Creamy white in color, extremely hard and...

    Maple products
  • Lacewood

    Lacewood

    Lacewood

    This wood’s lacelike pattern gives the wood its namesake. Lacewood is such a neat, exotic wood that it is used extensively in...

    Lacewood products
  • Kewazingo

    Kewazingo

    Kewazingo

    This is burl bubinga with a high figure. Wood is then cut using a falt-cut or half-round method which brings out the wood's swirling...

    Kewazingo products
  • Japanese Tamo

    Japanese Tamo

    Japanese Tamo

    Not native to Japan, this wood was transplanted there for its prized figure. The figuring is produced when thick vines wrap around the...

    Japanese Tamo products
  • Holly

    Holly

    Holly

    While the leaves and berries might harken memories of Christmas, this wood is more at home in tropical climates. The wood has a variety...

    Holly products
  • Cocobolo

    Cocobolo

    Cocobolo

    Cocobolo is a tropical hardwood from Central America. It is an incredibly figured wood with vibrant colors and amazing black stripes...

    Cocobolo products
  • Cherry

    Cherry

    Cherry

    American cherry wood is one of the finest hardwoods domestically grown in the eastern USA. Blonde in color when freshly cut, cherry is...

    Cherry products
  • Burl Walnut

    Burl Walnut

    Burl Walnut

    Considered a wood of beauty, burl walnut boasts a striking grain color and pattern. It varies in color from swirls of chocolate brown to...

    Burl Walnut products
  • Burl Maple

    Burl Maple

    Burl Maple

    Burls display a very peculiar and highly figured wood which are prized for their beauty and rarity. A burl is a tree growth in which the...

    Burl Maple products
  • Bubinga

    Bubinga

    Bubinga

    Bubinga, when freshly cut, varies in color from red to reddish-brown with veins of gold or purple. This West African tree can be found...

    Bubinga products
  • Bloodwood

    Bloodwood

    Bloodwood

    If you think of greens and browns as Nature’s palette, then you’ve never seen the beautiful, cranberry red Bloodwood! This Brazilian...

    Bloodwood products
  • Bird's-eye Maple

    Bird's-eye Maple

    Bird's-eye Maple

    Grown mostly in the upper peninsula of Michigan, Bird’s-Eye Maple is a creamy-white wood with a unique burl that looks like the eyes...

    Bird's-eye Maple products
  • Aspen

    Aspen

    Aspen

    A beautiful hardwood found mostly in northern climates, Aspen produces a pleasantly white wood. Often used for medicinal purposes, The...

    Aspen products

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All of our wood products are made in our shop in Rockford Illinois. We have combined the talents of American Workers with intelligent woodworking techniques and tools allowing Heartwood to provide meaningful long term employment while competing in a global marketplace.