the bottom picture is bad, i only posted it to show the difference in grainThe vanity door looks like it has a mixture of cherry heartwood (redish brown) and sapwood (white like maple). Walnut also has very light sapwood. I agree, however, that cherry is not terribly uniform. But freshly cut or planned cherry will be much lighter (but not white unless it's sapwood) because cherry also darkens from sunlight. I have some 10+ year old cherry with a clear finish that is darker than walnut pieces built around the same time. Walnut lightens with sunlight, cherry darkens.
It's hard to see details in the pictures but I agree with the comments that the first picture seems to be a wood with more open pores, unlike cherry. The second picture looks more like cherry that hasn't darkened much yet.
The bottom picture is walnut
I have been trying to convince myself it is mahogany. I have a table I built with 2 different kinds of mahogany and it sure looks like it.The top pic looks a lot like the Honduran Mahogany that I got from the Hardware Store.
My Honduran mahogany isn't open grain by any means.The top pic... I don't see any open grain structure that one would expect from mahogany.