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Step into the world of American hardwoods and embark on a magnificent journey. Understand why products made from this sustainable and exceptionally beautiful material - flooring and cabinetry, furniture and moulding - have been treasured for generations!

Eco-friendly, Health-enhancing Home Design

Eco-friendly, Health-enhancing Home Design

Today most homeowners want to do right by the environment while also caring for the health and wellness of their own families. But they don’t always know what measures they can take with the design, construction, and furnishing of their houses to achieve eco-friendly,...

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Five Fabulous Hardwood Kitchens

Five Fabulous Hardwood Kitchens

Who doesn’t want a kitchen that’s well-designed and hard-wearing but also looks beautiful and welcoming? There is one material—hardwood—that incorporates all these qualities. “Professional kitchen designers love working with Real American Hardwood™ products because...

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What is the difference between red oak and white oak?

What is the difference between red oak and white oak?

What is the difference between red oak and white oak? By Gene Wengert Q. What is the difference between red oak and white oak? A. The difference is primarily in appearance. Of the 20 commercial red oak species, many have a slight reddish tinge to the color, while the...

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INSIGHT FROM THE EXPERTS

Hardwood Gifts for the Holidays

Hardwood Gifts for the Holidays

This holiday season, when so much in the world seems unsettled and uncertain, Real American Hardwood™ gifts seem especially appropriate. The natural beauty, durability, timelessness, and familiarity of oak, walnut, maple, and other beloved species may never have been...

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Modern Classics: Hardwood Furniture by Akron Street

Modern Classics: Hardwood Furniture by Akron Street

Young people setting up a first home or apartment are often unable to find furniture that’s attractive and well-made but also affordable. They end up at big-box stores where the products may look cool and be reasonably priced but are made of inferior materials that...

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