At Harris Hardwoods, innovative methods and expert crafting by our team has put our custom millwork on the map.

Custom Millwork Products

Nearly all of our products are driven by the specifications of our customers. We love a challenge – send us the specifications and we'll make it happen.


  • Edge Profiles
  • Inside Profiles
  • Mitered Profiles
  • Casing and Base Mouldings
  • Crown Mouldings
  • Chair Rail

Harris Hardwoods can produce custom moulding for a number of different applications. Whether traditional moulding or medium-density fiberboard (MDF), our precision engineering equipment and talented team ensure your order is delivered on time and to your exact specifications. Baseboards, casings, crown moulding and chair rail moulding are some of our most common requests.

Cabinet Components

  • Stile
  • Rail
  • Face Frame

Whatever custom cabinet components you need, Harris Hardwoods can create the best products possible to please your clients. With Midwestern values and Minnesota work ethic, you’ll never want to use another cabinet component supplier.

Panels and Blanks

  • Edge Glued
  • Face Glued

Whether you need door parts or panels, our professionals base their edge gluing and face gluing techniques on the unique products you need produced.

Paneling, Shiplap & Beadboard

  • Tongue & Groove
  • Shiplap
  • Beadboard

It’s true – paneling is back but this is not your grandma’s paneling. Most often painted white, it is used to express styles from farmhouse to formal. The most popular options are shiplap, paneling, and beadboard:

Shiplap, originally used in siding, is usually laid horizontally and differs from paneling by its ‘shiplap’ joint. A shiplap joint is formed by overlapping rabbets cut into opposite faces of the adjoining boards. This joint allows individual boards to expand and contract seasonally without opening gaps between the boards. Absolute precision in this joint is irrelevant and tends to make shiplap inherently informal. You’ll see shiplap in many cottage-inspired homes or coastal beach houses.

Tongue and groove paneling is similar to shiplap; the difference is how the boards connect. While shiplap has rabbet joints, tongue and groove paneling connects with a “tongue” on one board fitting into the “groove” of another. Paneling is installed vertically, horizontally, or however you may be creatively inspired to achieve the final look and feel you desire.

Beadboard is simply another type of tongue and groove paneling but the planks are not single boards but panels. Commonly used for backsplashes, bathrooms, center islands, and ceilings, beadboard is back in a big way and quickly communicates warmth, comfort, and laid-back farmhouse style.

Flooring and Transitions

  • Tongue & Groove
  • Transitional Floor Mouldings

Let us custom make your next wood floor. Consider your wood flooring choice based on hardness, grain pattern, color variation, and character. Choose single width planks or randomly sized planks. Then give us a call. We’ll produce your floor to exact specifications to ensure an exceptional fit from the first plank to the last. And don’t forget a wood floor installation will require floor mouldings to create beautiful transitions between flooring heights and add a unique accent to your finished floor. These transition mouldings (Reducers, square nose, T-mouldings, and more) are milled from solid wood species to match your floor and provide seamless integration with your project.


It’s all about choosing the right wood for the job. We offer a wide array of hardwood and softwood species, including exotic species at your request.