Quarter Sawn Oak
Rift Cut or Rift Sawn Oak is the most dimensionally stable cut out between Plain and Quarter Sawn Oak. Red Oak is typically used for Plain Sawn and Quarter Sawn Oak, but White Oak is used for a Rift Sawn Oak. Because of the way that Rift Sawn Oak is cut, it produces a unique linear appearance, without any of the flecking that a Quarter Sawn Oak would display. Rift Sawn Oak is the most costly out of the three types of cut oak, as it is the most labor intensive for kitchen cabinets. Rift Sawn Oak can come in a number of stains and will darken or golden over time.
Modern Kitchen / Door: Moda Vertical / Finish: Morel Stain on Quarter Sawn OAK
Compact Modern Kitchen / Door: Moda Vertical / Finish: Morel Stain on Quarter Sawn OAK
Contemporary Craftsman Kitchen / Door: Homestead Panel / Finish: Cashew Stain On Quarter Sawn Oak
Contemporary Office / Door: Moda Vertical / Finish: Cocoa Brown Stain on Quarter Sawn Oak