Brown Maple consists of a unique combination of brown, tan, white, and cream streaks. It best absorbs medium to dark stains, and because of its ability to absorb dark stain with a depth of color, Brown Maple can be finished to look much like Cherry wood. Below you can view our curated collection of fine brown maple furniture, including handmade dining chairs and tables, coffee tables, bed frames, desks, and more.
The finishing touch to your solid wood, Amish handmade bedroom collection, the Norway Cheval Mirror is made to order in your favorite hand-applied finish.
A modern pedestal tables centers the Minnie Breakfast Nook with Storage, complete with an abundance of storage within the spacious corner bench seating.
Equipped with nine spacious drawers and soft close drawers, a Castle Rock Mirror Dresser is designed with timeless craftsman style accented with a black inlay.
Adjustable hardwood shelving, soft closing doors, and a full length beveled mirror make the Norway Sliding Door Armoire a unique addition to any bedroom.
Save space bedside with a pair of Norway Narrow Door Nightstands from Countryside Amish Furniture. These beauties are handmade using solid hardwood.
Standing tall and skinny, the Norway Narrow Nightstand still offers handy bedside storage in the form of three drawers. Slides provide a soft closure.
Popular in a number of American hardwoods, the Castle Rock Large Blanket Chest by Countryside Amish Furniture boasts an industry-leading top coat.
More about brown maple wood
While Brown Maple is sometimes referred to as “soft,” it is actually only soft in comparison to Hard Maple. A common measurement used to determine relative wood hardness is the Janka Hardness Test. Taking the hardness data into consideration with other hardwoods, Brown Maple is slightly easier than Maple to work with when being shaped. While there are certain instances where you would prefer the hardness of Maple over Brown Maple, both wood species are popular fine furniture selections.
In terms of durability, Brown Maple is similar to Cherry wood, and often a popular alternative to Cherry due to its affordability. Nearly all of our solid wood furniture pieces can be customized to feature brown maple wood. If you do not find a piece you would like in the curated list above, shop for a full selection of products here or contact us for assistance.