2021 Door & Color Guide

View our extensive collection of Woodland and Artizen finishes.

Stained Finishes

The right style — combined with the right door finishes — brings your vision to life. Select your perfect color from our expansive stain, opaque and glaze finish options. Finish options can be viewed in the Door Selector; pick your door style and see the many options available.


Stained finishes enhance the natural characteristics of each individual wood species by enriching natural graining and color variation. Stain colors range from light to dark tones and enhance the style and feel of your home. Unfinished cabinetry is also available.

Wash Stains

Our wash finish fits uniquely between a stain and an opaque. The pigments in this semi-transparent stain are light enough to allow the subtle, underlying wood grain to show through and yet gives a soft wash of color overall. Wash stains are available on Cherry, Rustic Cherry, Alder, Rustic Alder, Quartersawn Oak, Oak and Rustic Oak.

Opaque Enamels

Opaque finishes give you flexibility. Depending on the application, opaques can fit any style and by giving pops of color, creating a luxurious feeling, or even give a casually aged appearance. And remember, you’re not limited to just opaques. Mix in stain finishes for a pleasing contrast.

Woodland’s opaque finishes are available on Maple, Rustic Alder, Oak and Rustic Oak. Our opaque enamel finish is a catalyzed conversion enamel applied in a 7-step process to achieve a multi-layer and highly durable finish. An enamel finish is considered one of the hardest in the industry.

Standard Opaque

Our standard opaque colors have been specifically chosen to coordinate with popular home interior trends.

Custom Opaque

If you haven’t found your perfect color yet, then let Woodland customize a color just for you. Woodland will match any Sherwin Williams paint color. The options are endless! Contact your Woodland dealer for more details.


Glazed finishes are designed to bring out dimension and depth. Hand applied over the top of your stain or opaque color choice, glazes build up in corners and edges, accentuating the finest details. This effect will also deepen your color choice giving an overall warmer tone. Glaze finishes are especially dramatic on the more detailed door styles. Not all glaze techniques or glaze colors are available on every stain and opaque color.

The four images below all have a Wheat Glaze applied to Ivory using one of our four glaze techniques to produce a unique finish.

Accent Glaze

Without toning the base stain color, we hand apply Accent Glaze to the profiles and recessed areas of doors, drawer fronts and moldings to accentuate edge profiles. Appearance variations and some feathering in the corners may occur.

Wet Glaze

Woodland uses a hand applied wet glaze that will slightly tone the base color. Our glaze is applied to all finished components and will build in the profiles and corners. This technique is available on select stains and opaques.

Brushstroke Glaze

We start by first applying our standard glaze finishes described above to achieve accents in the profiles and corners. We then add subtle brush stroke lines that are hand applied. Available on select maple opaques.

Feather Glaze

For a more soft and subtle look, our Feather Glaze is a delicate technique that leaves you without the heavy build up in profiles and corners. Some slight build-up will occur. Available on select Maple opaques.

Reclaimed Patina

Reclaimed Patina is an all-natural finish technique that accelerates wood’s natural aging process to give you the look of wood that’s been weathered by the elements. Each wood reacts to the Patina finish process in its own unique way, resulting in greater color tone variations. Reclaimed Patina door finishes darken with age and exposure to sunlight. Available on select door styles in Alder, Rustic Alder, Hickory, Rustic Hickory, Oak and Rustic Oak.

Rustic Alder

Rustic Oak

Rustic Hickory

Thermo Structured Surface (TSS)

TSS is made to look like a textured surface with greater color uniformity, durability and easier maintenance. The wood grain surface, which is bonded to a engineered core, is less susceptible to humidity and warping. TSS cabinetry is an affordable option that lends itself well to modern kitchens and loft-style living.

High Gloss Acrylic

High Gloss Acrylic is characterized by its polished, high gloss surface with a striking depth of color. This material is superior in appearance to the thermofoil, solid color laminates, or high pressure laminates on the market today. Careful maintenance is required to keep the glossy finish. High Gloss Acrylic door styles are available with either coordinating PVC or stainless steel PVC edge band, and are bonded to an engineered core.

Eco Veneer

A sustainable alternative to natural wood, Eco Veneer is a composite veneer that binds wood fibers together and is dyed to mimic the look of natural wood — but with more consistent color and grain pattern. Some variation in grain pattern and color tone is to be expected. Available in both horizontal and vertical grain, the veneer is bonded to an engineered core and edge banded.

Rift Cut Wood Veneer

Rift Cut Wood Veneer is cut from the log in a manner that produces a more straight grained pattern than the less expensive rotary method of producing wood veneer. Rift Cut door finishes have wood veneer edge band and are available in both horizontal and vertical grain. Wood grain patterns and color tones are not bookmatched.