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iMovR Solid Wood Tabletop Samples


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iMovR offers the largest selection of solid wood tabletops for standing desks. Made entirely in the USA (Michigan) from sustainable US-grown species and honest materials, these tops are a testament to American quality craftsmanship.

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Tier I

Maple (Tier I)

Silver Maple (Acer rubrum, Acer saccharinum; a.k.a. Soft Maple, Red Maple) is a highly versatile species grown mostly in the eastern United States, and has color variations from nearly white to light grey. Its lighter color allows us to offer more staining options in Maple than any other species. Maple is moderately heavy (36.4 lbs/cu ft), strong and stiff (hardness rating of 4.225 N), and moderately shock resistant. It is known for its fine, uniform and closed-grain wood, resulting in a very smooth surface. Maple is a very ecologically responsible wood choice as the US naturally grows more than we harvest each year, by a wide margin. It is a fast growing species that produces one cubic meter of lumber material every 0.87 seconds. Learn everything there is to know about maple's environmental impact and performance qualities here. (Note: the name "soft maple" can be misleading as it is not technically very soft.)

Natural Maple

Natural Maple

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Dockside Maple

Dockside Gray Maple

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Midnight Maple

Midnight Maple

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Onyx Maple

Onyx Maple

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Tawny Maple

Tawny Maple

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Burgundy Maple

Burgundy Maple

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Leather Maple

The mid-range brown stain applied to this real maple wood beautifully complements other leather furniture in the room.

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Espresso Maple

Espresso Maple

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Whitewashed Maple

Whitewashed Maple

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Sky Maple

Sky Maple

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Tier II

Rustic Walnut (Tier II)

American Walnut (Juglans nigra; a.k.a. Black Walnut) is native to the eastern United States, and a highly sought after specie unique to North America. It is strong and durable (hardness rating of 4.492 N), without being excessively heavy (38 lbs/cu ft). Its color variations are light to dark chocolate brown. The "rustic cut" we purposefully select shows a wide range of figures, including strips, burls, mottles, crotches, curls and butts, giving it great character as compared to regular cuts of walnut. Our craftsmen take extra time to carefully fill and highlight the natural rustic grain; knots are filled with epoxy or other material when appropriate, to ensure exceptional durability. It features a relatively closed grain, but not so much as maple. American walnut is a slower growing specie but stocks are still increasing faster than they are being harvested. A cubic meter of lumber material is grown in America every 6.84 seconds. Learn everything there is to know about maple's environmental impact and performance qualities here.

Natural Walnut Rustic

Natural Walnut Rustic

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Amber Walnut Rustic

Amber Walnut Rustic

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Caramel Walnut Rustic

Caramel Walnut Rustic

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Rustic Cherry (Tier II)

Cherry is grown mostly in the eastern United States and has color variations from nearly white to light red to dark reddish brown. It is moderately hard, heavy (35 lbs/cu ft), strong and stiff, and highly shock resistant. Cherry is known for its fine to medium, uniform grain. The rustic cherry that was used in our desktops has visible knots and pitch streaks, giving it more character than costlier "select" cherry cuts, making it one of the most distinctive and interesting natural grain patterns for the dollar.

Light Cherry - Rustic

Light Cherry Rustic

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Vintage Cherry - Rustic

Vintage Cherry Rustic

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Regent Cherry - Rustic

Regent Cherry Rustic

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Red Oak (Tier II)

American Red Oak (Quercus rubra; a.k.a. Red Oak) is grown mostly in the eastern United States and has a natural red/caramel color. Red oak is an iconic American wood with a distinctive broad grain pattern that gives it a pronounced appearance. It is not as smooth of a desktop surface as species like maple, but has a beautiful surface texture. This plain-sawn oak is probably the most popular hardwood used in modern woodworking. It is heavy (42.5 lbs/cu ft), extremely strong and stiff (hardness rating of 5.738 N) and highly shock resistant. American red oak is a fast growing species that produces one cubic meter of lumber material every 0.57 seconds, and is in balance with harvest. Learn everything there is to know about its environmental impact and performance qualities here.

Whitewashed Oak

White Stain on Red Oak

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Blond Oak

Light Brown Stain on Red Oak

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Tawny Oak

Tawny Oak

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Med. Brown Oak

Medium Brown Oak

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Garnet Oak

Garnet Oak

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Chestnut Oak

Chestnut Oak

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Hickory (Tier II)

American hickory (Carya spp; a.k.a. Pecan) is grown mostly in the eastern United States and has color variations from nearly white to dark brown. It is very heavy (50.5 lbs/cu ft), very hard, very strong, very stiff and extremely shock resistant--a combination unmatched by any other hardwood. Hickory is known for its fine, uniform grain. It is is a very ecologically responsible wood choice as the US naturally grows more than we harvest each year, by a wide margin. It is a fast growing species that produces one cubic meter of lumber material every 2.23 seconds. Learn everything there is to know about hickory's environmental impact and performance qualities here.

Natural Hickory

Natural Hickory

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Golden Hickory

Golden Hickory

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Wh. Wash Hickory

Whitewash Hickory

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Red Hickory

Red Hickory

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Dark Hickory

Dark Hickory

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Tier III

Quartersawn White Oak (Tier III)

This very special cut of the American White Oak tree (Quercus alba) is coveted for its incomparable beauty. The unique quarter-sawn cut shows a natural “flake” pattern that is famously used in mission or arts & crafts style furniture and Craftsman style homes. As compared to rift-sawn and flat-sawn cuts that are less spectacular, quarter-sawn has growth rings at angles of 45 to 90 degrees to the wide surface. White Oak is grown mostly in the eastern United States and has a natural caramel color with a straight, linear grain. It is a heavy (45.8 lbs/sq ft), strong and stiff hardwood (hardness rating of 6.049 N) with high shock resistance. American white oak features a medium fine, open grain that is not as smooth of a desktop surface, but has a beautiful surface texture.  It is a fast growing species that produces one cubic meter of lumber material every 0.80 seconds with populations increasing over harvest. Learn everything there is to know about American white oak's environmental impact and performance qualities here.

Natural Quartersawn White Oak

Natural Quartersawn White Oak

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Craftsman Quartersawn White Oak

Craftsman Quartersawn White Oak

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Dark Amber Quartersawn White Oak

Dark Amber Quartersawn White Oak

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Select Cherry (Tier III)

Cherry is grown mostly in the eastern United States and has color variations from nearly white to light red to dark reddish brown. It is moderately hard, heavy (35 lbs/cu ft), strong and stiff, and highly shock resistant. Cherry is known for its fine to medium, uniform grain. The select cuts of cherry used for making these tops are free of visible knots, pitch streaks and other imperfections found in "rustic" cuts, and showing off only their beautiful natural grain.

Light Cherry - Select

Light Cherry Select

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Vintage Cherry - Select

Vintage Cherry Select

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Regent Cherry - Select

Regent Cherry Select

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Tier IV

Select Walnut (Tier IV)

Native to the eastern United States, American black walnut is strong, hard and durable, without being excessively heavy (38 lbs/cu ft). Its color variations are light to dark chocolate brown. The select cuts of walnut used for making these tops are free of visible knots, pitch streaks and other imperfections found in "rustic" cuts, and showing off only their beautiful natural grain.

Natural Walnut - Select

Natural Walnut Select

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Amber Walnut - Select

Amber Walnut Select

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Caramel Walnut - Select

Caramel Walnut Select

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Shipping Time Table

Product Manufacturing Time Shipping Time Total Delivery Time
Solid Wood Tabletop Samples 3-5 business days 3-5 business days 6-10 business days