A member of the rose family, cherry trees can nevertheless grow to 80 feet. Prized as a wood for furniture and cabinetry, this species has a fine, uniform, straight grain and satiny smooth texture. Cherry is also lighter in weight than many species, making it a convenient choice for items that will be moved around often. When given a natural finish, the color of cherry wood changes with time, moving from a light creamy color to a rich reddish-orange. Most of our pieces can also be made in rustic cherry, which shares the above features of cherry, but has a more rustic look due to pits, knots, and small cracks in the wood. [gallery columns="4" order="ASC" orderby="title" link="file"]