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Hickory Kitchens

Hickory  -  Hickory Heart  -  Rustic Hickory

Hickory
Grown in the Eastern states of the U.S., hickory wood is known also known as pecan and is part of the walnut family. This wood is one of the heaviest, hardest, and strongest species of wood in the United States commercially. Hickory, or pecan, has a variation of light to dark wood, even on just one board. Regular hickory has strips of lighter wood and then strips of darker wood going down the length of a board. This kind of the Eastern American wood also has less knots than rustic hickory. Hickory wood generally has a straight grain, but it can be wavy or irregular.

Hickory Kitchen

Hickory Heart
Hickory heartwood comes from the center of the Eastern American trees. It is just as durable as hickory and rustic hickory wood, but it is more consistent in color. Hickory heart also has no knots.

Hickory Heart Kitchen

Rustic Hickory
Rustic hickory, coming from the outer edge of hickory trees, is like regular hickory, however, it is more dramatic, meaning it has more knots, burls, extreme grain patterns, color ranges, and streaks of color. Glaze can enhance the characteristics of rustic hickory. When it is put on the wood, it settles into the knots and brings out the the grain. Because of its dramatic character, rustic hickory ads extra color to rooms.

Rustic Hickory Kitchen
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