Interior Wood

African Padauk

African Padauk heartwood is vivid blood red, toning down to a dark purple-brown with red streaks upon exposure. Grain is straight to interlocked. Texture is similar to African mahogany, being slightly open grained.

Curly Maple Wood

Curly Maple is Maple wood with a unique wavy, curly figure to the grain. The ripples in the grain pattern create a three dimensional effect that looks like the wood has 'curled' along the length of the board. The figure is most noticeable after a finish is applied.

 

Zebra Wood

Zebrawood heartwood is a golden-yellow with narrow veining or streaks of dark brown to black which gives quartered surfaces a zebra-stripe appearance. Grain is interlocked or wavy and produces alternating hard and soft grained material. Texture is coarse with a lustrous surface.

 

 

African Mahogany

African Mahogany is used for making windows and doors. Other uses are interior and Architectural millwork, Furniture. African Mahogany have gained popularity for usage in exterior mouldings, including siding and soffits. Also for decking. African Mahogany is also used for boat building.