Product Category:   Select an option
Single Panel Doors
Single Panel Doors
Single Panel Doors
Single Panel Doors
Non-standard Doors / Double Panels
Non-standard Doors / Double Panels
Non-standard Doors / Double Panels
Non-standard Doors / Double Panels
Drawer Fronts
Drawer Fronts
Drawer Fronts
Drawer Fronts
Mullions
Mullions
Mullions
Mullions
Frame Only
Frame Only
Frame Only
Frame Only
Construction Type:   Select an option
Stick & Cope
Stick & Cope
Stick & Cope
Stick & Cope
Miter
Miter
Miter
Miter
Slab
Slab
Slab
Slab
Style:   Select an option
Square
Square
Square
Square
Arch
Arch
Arch
Arch
Slab
Slab
Slab
Slab
Model:   Select an option
1000 Raised Panel
1000 Raised Panel
1000 Raised Panel
1000 Raised Panel
1001 Raised Two-Panel with Horizontal Divider
1001 Raised Two-Panel with Horizontal Divider
1001 Raised Two-Panel with Horizontal Divider
1001 Raised Two-Panel with Horizontal Divider
1002 Raised Two-Panel with Vertical Divider
1002 Raised Two-Panel with Vertical Divider
1002 Raised Two-Panel with Vertical Divider
1002 Raised Two-Panel with Vertical Divider
1009 Customizable Raised Panel
1009 Customizable Raised Panel
1009 Customizable Raised Panel
Custom number of panels (Max 6), custom top and bottom rail width, custom divider width, and custom stile width.
1010 American Arch Raised Panel
1010 American Arch Raised Panel
1010 American Arch Raised Panel
1010 American Arch Raised Panel
1020 Cathedral Arch Raised Panel
1020 Cathedral Arch Raised Panel
1020 Cathedral Arch Raised Panel
1020 Cathedral Arch Raised Panel
1030 Eyebrow Arch Raised Panel
1030 Eyebrow Arch Raised Panel
1030 Eyebrow Arch Raised Panel
1030 Eyebrow Arch Raised Panel
1031 Eyebrow Arch Raised Two-Panel with Horizontal Divider
1031 Eyebrow Arch Raised Two-Panel with Horizontal Divider
1031 Eyebrow Arch Raised Two-Panel with Horizontal Divider
1031 Eyebrow Arch Raised Two-Panel with Horizontal Divider
1040 Mediterranean Arch  Raised Panel
1040 Mediterranean Arch Raised Panel
1040 Mediterranean Arch  Raised Panel
1040 Mediterranean Arch Raised Panel
1050 Single Panel Shaker
1050 Single Panel Shaker
1050 Single Panel Shaker
1050 Single Panel Shaker
1055 Two-Panel Shaker with Vertical Divider
1055 Two-Panel Shaker with Vertical Divider
1055 Two-Panel Shaker with Vertical Divider
1055 Two-Panel Shaker with Vertical Divider
1060 Teardrop Arch Raised Panel
1060 Teardrop Arch Raised Panel
1060 Teardrop Arch Raised Panel
1060 Teardrop Arch Raised Panel
1070 Solid Wood
1070 Solid Wood
1070 Solid Wood
1070 Solid Wood
2000 Recessed Single Panel
2000 Recessed Single Panel
2000 Recessed Single Panel
2000 Recessed Single Panel
2001 Recessed Two-Panel with Horizontal Divider
2001 Recessed Two-Panel with Horizontal Divider
2001 Recessed Two-Panel with Horizontal Divider
2001 Recessed Two-Panel with Horizontal Divider
2002 Recessed Two-Panel with Vertical Divider
2002 Recessed Two-Panel with Vertical Divider
2002 Recessed Two-Panel with Vertical Divider
2002 Recessed Two-Panel with Vertical Divider
2009 Customizable Recessed Panel
2009 Customizable Recessed Panel
2009 Customizable Recessed Panel
Custom number of panels (Max 6), custom top and bottom rail width, custom divider width, and custom stile width.
2010 American Arch Recessed Panel
2010 American Arch Recessed Panel
2010 American Arch Recessed Panel
2010 American Arch Recessed Panel
2030 Eyebrow Arch Recessed Panel
2030 Eyebrow Arch Recessed Panel
2030 Eyebrow Arch Recessed Panel
2030 Eyebrow Arch Recessed Panel
2050 Recessed Single Panel Shaker
2050 Recessed Single Panel Shaker
2050 Recessed Single Panel Shaker
2050 Recessed Single Panel Shaker
2055 Recessed Two-Panel Shaker with Vertical Divider
2055 Recessed Two-Panel Shaker with Vertical Divider
2055 Recessed Two-Panel Shaker with Vertical Divider
2055 Recessed Two-Panel Shaker with Vertical Divider
3000 Frame Only
3000 Frame Only
3000 Frame Only
3000 Frame Only
3010 American Arch Frame Only
3010 American Arch Frame Only
3010 American Arch Frame Only
3010 American Arch Frame Only
3030 Eyebrow Arch Frame Only
3030 Eyebrow Arch Frame Only
3030 Eyebrow Arch Frame Only
3030 Eyebrow Arch Frame Only
3050 Shaker Frame Only
3050 Shaker Frame Only
3050 Shaker Frame Only
3050 Shaker Frame Only
4000 Solid Wood Drawer Front
4000 Solid Wood Drawer Front
4000 Solid Wood Drawer Front
Horizontal grain unless beading option is chosen. For vertical grain, please make a request in the note section.
4010 5-pc Raised Panel Drawer Front
4010 5-pc Raised Panel Drawer Front
4010 5-pc Raised Panel Drawer Front
Horizontal grain unless beading option is chosen. For vertical grain, please make a request in the note section.
4020 5-pc Plywood Panel Drawer Front
4020 5-pc Plywood Panel Drawer Front
4020 5-pc Plywood Panel Drawer Front
Horizontal grain unless beading option is chosen. For vertical grain, please make a request in the note section.
4050 Shaker Drawer Front
4050 Shaker Drawer Front
4050 Shaker Drawer Front
Horizontal grain unless beading option is chosen. For vertical grain, please make a request in the note section.
8100 Miter Raised Panel
8100 Miter Raised Panel
8100 Miter Raised Panel
8100 Miter Raised Panel
8200 Miter Recessed Panel
8200 Miter Recessed Panel
8200 Miter Recessed Panel
8200 Miter Recessed Panel
8300 Miter Frame Only
8300 Miter Frame Only
8300 Miter Frame Only
8300 Miter Frame Only
8410 Miter Raised Drawer Front
8410 Miter Raised Drawer Front
8410 Miter Raised Drawer Front
8410 Miter Raised Drawer Front
8420 Miter 1/4" Veneer MDF Core Panel Drawer Front
8420 Miter 1/4" Veneer MDF Core Panel Drawer Front
8420 Miter 1/4" Veneer MDF Core Panel Drawer Front
8420 Miter 1/4" Veneer MDF Core Panel Drawer Front
Wood Species:   Select an option
Alder
Alder
Alder
Alder is a moderately soft, closed-grained wood that is light tan to reddish brown in color. This species is known for its abundance of pin knots and light mineral streaks, as well as embedded bark and open knots, which make it a favorite for achieving a rustic look. Select alder may have scattered pin knots and slight, light-colored mineral streaks. Stain grade may have more color variation and larger solid knots or whorls. Rustic Alder will have open knots, embedded bark, and voids. We will back fill any through voids to prevent "light leaks".
Alder Hybrid
Alder Hybrid
Alder Hybrid
Paint Grade Alder frame with MDF center panel
Ash
Ash
Ash
Ash is an open-grained wood that has been compared to oak but definitely has its own look. Moderately hard, ash is creamy white to light tan with streaks of medium brown in the heartwood. It may also have a slight greenish cast. Select will be sorted to give as consistent color as possible, while stain grade will have more variation. Select and stain grade may have definite flecks or patterns that resemble "worm tunnels." These are characteristic of this species.
Basswood
Basswood
Basswood
Basswood Favored for carving and for its ability to take a dark stain, Basswood is a light, soft, closed-grained hardwood that is nearly white to cream in color with some lighter tones of brown, as well. Mineral streaks will be minimized in select product but light-colored streaks may be present. Stain grade allows more color variation and more streaking. This wood is not known for its durability, especially in hard-use or high-traffic areas.
Birch
Birch
Birch
Birch White to pale yellow with a brown heartwood, birch has been a staple in the cabinet industry for years. It is moderately heavy, closed-grained, and suitable for staining or clear-coating. Select will be sorted for consistent white, but there may be minimal, light-colored mineral streaking. Stain will have more color variation, and natural will not be sorted for color, though we will minimize knots and other defects
Cherry
Cherry
Cherry
Cherry Referred to as the "queen" of American hardwoods, cherry is moderately heavy, closed-grain, and light tan to pink in color with white or cream-colored sapwood. This wood displays a strong figure and turns a deep, rich reddish brown over time when clear-coated. Gum pockets, pin knots, and mineral streaks are characteristic of this wood and are not considered defects. We will sort to minimize these character markings in select product and color match as close as practical with no sap on the face, though there may be a minimal amount in profiled areas. Stain grade allows more character markings, a wider color variation, and up to 15% sapwood on the face.
Cypress
Cypress
Cypress
Cypress A decay-resistant softwood that is moderately light in both weight and color, cypress has a strong figure, similar to pine, and varies from a wheat color to medium reddish brown. Cypress is offered in stain grade, which has some color variations and minimal defects. Rustic grade includes wide color variations with tight, open knots and spikes or whorls. We cannot guarantee the presence of or even distribution of character markings in rustic product. Consider this wood in stain grade for your clear- pine requirements.
Hard Maple
Hard Maple
Hard Maple
Hard Maple A dense, heavy, closed-grain hardwood that has many uses, hard maple varies in color from almost white to creamy tan. Medium brown areas along with darker mineral streaks are also present. It typically has a subtle grain pattern but can display some vivid characteristics such as tiger stripe, quilted, or bird's eye figure. Select product will be sorted for as consistent a color match as practical and will have minimal defects. Lighter colored small streaks along with small flecks or bird's eye figure and limited tiger stripe figure may be present on the face. Stain grade will have more color variation with mineral streaking up to 5" long and 1/8" wide and stronger figure allowed. Select hard maple is suggested for light stains or clear finishes.
Hickory
Hickory
Hickory
Hickory has a grain pattern and color variation all its own. The heaviest American hardwood, it varies in color from pale cream to dark red/brown. Because of the properties of this semi opened-grained wood, we offer it only in natural grade. You can expect varying tones of near white to dark brown with mineral streaks and no particular pattern and an uneven mixture within product. As with other natural grades, we will minimize knots and other defects but do not sort for color. As with other natural product, we cannot guarantee the presence of or even distribution of sap and heartwood in hickory.
Pine
Pine
Pine
Knotty Pine This furniture grade eastern white pine is a light softwood that is white to cream colored streaked with reddish brown highlights and tight red knots. It generally comes to mind first when considering rustic cabinetry. Due to the nature of the wood, it is offered only in rustic grade. Product will have a white or cream-colored background with possible streaking and variable-sized knots. No blue stain is allowed.
Poplar
Poplar
Poplar
Poplar is a moderately light closed-grain hardwood that has the most different color variations of any domestic commercial hardwood. It generally is cream or yellowish beige in color but changes to green at the heart and can have purple, brown, and even black streaking in a random pattern. Consequently, it is offered only in a natural grade. We will sort dark purple and black out of the mix, but otherwise, there is no color match. Pin knots and mineral streaks are permissible. Sometimes used for paint grade, it can be made to resemble many other dark woods if NGR-type stains are used. Some opaque finishes will show glue lines when applied over poplar because of its susceptibility to shrinkage due to changes in humidity. As with other natural species, there will be a random color variation.
Poplar Hybrid
Poplar Hybrid
Poplar Hybrid
Paint Grade Poplar frame with MDF center panel
Red Oak
Red Oak
Red Oak
Red Oak
Soft Maple
Soft Maple
Soft Maple
Soft Maple is a close cousin to hard maple but differs in weight, color variations, and the ability to accept darker stains. It varies from near white to cream to dark grey and brown. Select product is sorted for best near-white color, and, like hard maple, it may display subtle tiger stripe and minimal light color streaks and flecking. Darker streaking or mineral deposits may be present in machined or profiled areas. Stain grade allows more color variation within product along with possibly stronger stripe figure and mineral streaks up to 5" in length and 1/8" wide. Sticker stain is not allowed on face of select grade product. Soft Maple Paint Grade No color matching is done for paint-grade product. Sound, tight, or filled knots are permitted. This runs a close second to MDF as the best choice for gloss paint-grade product.
Soft Maple Hybrid
Soft Maple Hybrid
Soft Maple Hybrid
Soft Maple frame with MDF center panel
Walnut
Walnut
Walnut
This is considered by many to be the king of domestic cabinet woods. It is a semi closed-grain, heavy hardwood that is renowned for its deep, rich natural reddish brown color. In actuality, the natural color of walnut runs from a creamy white in the sapwood to the expected "walnut" color but is tinged with every conceivable shade in between, including gold, black, and even purple. Because of this wide variation, we offer it only in stain or natural grade. Stain grade may have up to 15% sap on the face and will have varying hues along with small pin knots, limited mineral streaks, and whorls. Natural grade is not color selected and may consist of up to 30% sap.
White Oak
White Oak
White Oak
This wood is similar to red oak except it is grayish white to light tan. Best known for its quartersawn ray figure, it is slightly heavier but less stable than its red cousin and changes dimension more easily with humidity fluctuations. It's the wood of choice for whiskey barrels and arts and craft style furnishings. Due to the color variation, it is offered in stain grade only with characteristics similar to those for red oak.
White Oak - Quartersawn
White Oak - Quartersawn
White Oak - Quartersawn
White Oak - Quartersawn
Wood Grade:   Select an option
Paint / Natural Grade
Paint / Natural Grade
Paint / Natural Grade
Paint Grade: This will display the largest variation of color and grain. No attempt is made to match or coordinate the components. The product will be solid with no voids, rotten or punk wood, or splits and is best suited for opaque finishes. Open-grain woods are not recommended for painting unless a specific appearance is desired. Paint grade may contain a limitless number of natural characteristics and color variations; however, there will not be any unsound knots, pitch pockets, etc. Panel staves will not be less that 3/4" in width within the raised area. Sherwood recommends paint finishing only in this grade and suggests ordering MDF panels to avoid panel glue lines. Doors ordered in poplar for paint grade may display raised or sunken joints.
Stain Grade
Stain Grade
Stain Grade
This is Richelieu's standard grade. Stain-grade products will have more color and grain variations, which should blend easily when using medium to dark stains. Materials will be matched to produce a pleasing blend of color on the face of the products. Some species may have greater variations than others. Likewise, there may be some limited and well-scattered pin knots, fleck, vine mark, curly figure, seasoning checks, gum or pitch pockets, and mineral stains. Some sap is permissible on the face of affected species such as cherry and walnut. Larger pin knots are allowed on the face and in machined areas. No splits, knots larger than pin, whorls, sticker or blue stain, or excessively dark or large mineral streaks are permitted on the face. Sound defects, sapwood, and strong grain variations are permissible on the back. Panel staves are random (not less than 1-1/2" or greater than 3-1/2" within the raised area). Sherwood recommends stain grade for a medium to dark finish.
Select
Select
Select
This is our premium grade and should be chosen if you plan to apply a natural finish or light color stain on species where more consistent color is required. Select product will have the least amount of color and grain variation but may display small pin knots or limited gum pockets and light curly figure in affected species. Within some species, however, there will be some slight color variations, pin knots, gum, and mineral stain that are unavoidable. Sticker or blue stain or excessively dark mineral streaks are not permitted on the face of select products. No splits, knots larger than pin, or whorls. Panel staves are random width (not less than 1-1/2" or greater than 3-1/2" within the raised area). Sherwood recommends select for a natural to light finish, as well as pickling with some species. Slight color variations may be evident when finished natural. Some variations may appear in machined areas such as panel and edge profiles. Color changes, sapwood, and sound defects are permissible on the back of product.
Rustic / Knotty
Rustic / Knotty
Rustic / Knotty
Rustic Grade: This is similar to paint grade with the addition of knots. Some species, such as alder, also may have splits, voids, and included bark. We will fill "through voids and splits" from the backside on affected species to eliminate light leaks and stabilize splits and knots. We will make every attempt to include character in most every piece of an order but cannot guarantee an even mix or spacing. No open voids or splits on extreme outside edges. Color will vary. Not all species are available as knotty.