This type of wood is deep red and brown in tone. Unlike American Cherry, Brazilian Cherry is a very hard wood and holds up well in high traffic areas. It should not be stained.
Fir has red tones and straight grain. It is commonly found in older homes or lodge-type settings. It has a very soft wood and is ideal for a more rustic look.
Creamy white and brown throughout with hard and soft grain, Hickory is like Oak and wears well. It is also ideal for a more rustic/lodge feel. While it is best in a natural finish, it can be stained.