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Heartwood is a very dark brown with black streaks. Unlike most other woods, Panga Panga is reported to become lighter when exposed to light.
Wood can vary in color from a lighter orange-brown, to a darker reddish brown, which tends to become darker with age. The grain patterns are usually bland and undefined, though the wood has a certain depth of luster that is hard to define. There are sometimes contrasting darker grayish brown...
Heartwood color can vary between boards, ranging from light tan to darker brown, commonly with darker reddish brown streaks. Pale yellow or pinkish sapwood. Commonly small, tight knots are present throughout the wood.
The sapwood of Brazilian Eucalyptus is light brown while the heartwood ranges from pale pinkish to reddish brown. Brazilian eucalyptus has a somewhat coarse and uniform texture.
Pau Ferro’s color can be highly varied, ranging from reddish/orange to a dark violet/brown, usually with darker black streaks.
Color/Appearance: Heartwood can vary in color from a reddish brown, to a more yellowish olive brown, to a dark blackish brown; sometimes with contrasting darker brown/black stripes. In certain species, there are powdery yellow deposits within the wood. Ipe can be difficult to distinguish visually...
African Mahogany’s heartwood is a reddish brown. It also exhibits an optical phenomenon known as chatoyancy, whereby certain finishes cause the wood grain to achieve a striking three-dimensional appearance; this can also be called pop-the-grain, wood iridescence, moire, vibrancy, shimmer or glow.
Heartwood ranges from yellow to a medium reddish brown. Narrow sapwood is nearly white and is clearly demarcated from the heartwood. Flatsawn sections can exhibit a lot of character and interesting patterns in the growth rings. Knots are common but are usually small.
Heartwood ranges from a pinkish red to a darker reddish brown with darker purple or black streaks. Sapwood is a pale straw color and is clearly demarcated from the heartwood.
Heartwood is a light pinkish brown when freshly cut, darkening to a deeper golden brown with time and upon exposure to light. Sapwood is a pale yellowish color.
Heartwood is a light to medium brown, sometimes with a hint of red. Sapwood is a pale white or cream color. Burls of English Elm are frequently referred to as “Carpathian Elm Burl.”
Bosse’s heartwood is initially a pale pinkish-brown, darkening with age to a more golden to medium brown. The pale yellowish sapwood is well defined. Bosse can be highly figured, with grain patterns such as pommele being sought after in veneer form. Heartwood ranges from moderately durable to very...
Also known as Makore, African Cherry is pink or reddish brown, commonly with a mottled or wavy grain pattern. Figured grain patterns are commonly seen in Makore, and include mottled, curly, wavy, and moire.
Provenza African Plains Exotic Wood Floor Collection in a cracked, hand scraped, and hand distressed style. Made from sustainable wood products.
Medium to dark reddish brown or purplish brown. Color tends to darken with age. Besides the common ribbon pattern seen on quartersawn boards, Sapele is also known for a wide variety of other figured grain patterns, such as pommele, quilted, mottled, wavy, beeswing, and fiddleback.
Douglas Fir can vary in color based upon age and location of tree. It is usually a light brown color with a hint of red and/or yellow, with darker growth rings.
Brazilian Kempas, also known as Guajara, is a fantastic wood all around: Incredibly stable, gorgeous, and durable. The shades of the wood range from light yellow to russet and onto reddish brown. This vast array of complimentary and compatible tones make it very distinctive and yet easy to match up...
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