Wood Species
Maple is a fine, tight closed grain, with a very hard, fine-textured, and moderately tough and strong wood. With color like creamy white to off white with tinged sapwood that is light in color, and occasionally with slight red brown heartwood. Maple finishes well and also takes a stain very well. A first class foundation for enamel finishes because of its even, close grain texture and uniform color and absorption.
Oak is prominently grained hardwood, with a very hard and strong density and has openly porous with dramatic grain patterns; its qualities are truly remarkable. With its color ranging from white to yellow to reddish brown and offering a wide variety of finishing tones. When finished with a light colored stain the difference can be seen between the open- and closed- grain of the wood.
Walnut is one of the easiest woods to finish. With Its density being fairly light weight and a medium texture with beautiful colors and grain. From its moderately open grain and its rich colors like brown to deep purple brown heartwood, sapwood is brilliant white to cream color-gray. Also with it's unsurpassed in finishing, clear finishes and oils will bring out satiny grain.

A Note about Wood

Mayland Cabinets are constructed of quality materials and finished with superior coatings. With every effort to match wood grains as best as possible no two pieces are exactly the same. This means each piece will respond different to the finishing process. Contact with sunlight, smoke and chemicals may cause some finishes to fade over time or vary from the original color. This is also a reason a door sample may not be the exact color of cabinets received at the time of shipment.
Mayland Cabinets for your new kitchen is a wise decision and a reflection of your good taste. They are truly unique. With proper care, your Cabinets will deliver years of beauty, and age beautifully. Here are a few simple suggestions to make your cabinet care easier.
Clean Cabinets as needed with a mild detergent or with soap and water (use sparingly) and dry well using a lint-free cloth for both washing and drying.
Wipe up spills, splatters and water spots as they occur, keeping cabinets and countertop surfaces dry.
Use cleaner and polishes designed for wood cabinets and clean all surfaces as needed.

Helpful Terms

Full Overlay cabinet doors provide a seamless appearance a style that covers most of the cabinets face frame. These doors require knobs or pulls.

Partial Overlay is also known as Traditional Overlay. Doors cover only a portion of the overall frame the door sits on the outside of the cabinet face frame, but does not completely cover the stiles and rails of said frame.

Solid Wood refers to solid hardwood used for the making of door frames and panels.

Plywood used for the edge front of banded shelves.