Canary wood is an exotic wood that is yellow to orange in color, and is typically found with light to dark red stripes. Grows mainly in Latin America.
Lacewood is typically reddish brown with grey and light brown rays resulting in wave patterns when quarter sawn. Can be found in Europe, Africa, Australia, and South America.
An exotic wood that is native to Europe, Africa and the Middle East. The wood is hard and strong and can contain extreme examples of figured patterns.
Mahogany can vary from a pale pinkish brown to a darker reddish brown. It can also exhibit extreme examples of figuring such as quilting and flame.
The Maple family consists of over 200 types of trees largely found in North America. Color can range from white to nearly white and grain can straight and plaint to extremely figured.
Considered an American hardwood, Walnut trees are mostly dark brown in color and work extremely well for fine furniture.
This tree is a small to medium sized tree found in Northern Mexico and Southwestern United States. Known for it’s aromatic scents, the wood is very lightweight and can have amazing pattern of swells and patterns.
Snakewood is an exotic wood that comes from a small, rare tree in the forests of Central and South America. The wood typically is reddish brown with contrasting darker brown or black patches.
Wenge is a wood found in the Republic of Congo and is listed as “endangered” due to over over-exploitation. The lumber we use is from sustainable, compliant sources. The wood is very dark and usually has slightly lighter brown stripes.
Padauk grows in tropical climates in India, Indochina, the South Pacific and West Africa. Heartwood varies in color from deep-reds to oranges reds. The wood can turn towards a deeper maroons red if exposed to sunlight.
Bloodwood is found in Central and South America. Colors can range from strawberry red to light pink or yellowish red and can have golden yellow stripes.
Zebrawood is a large tree found in the forests of Central America. The heartwood is a light brown or creme color with dark blackish brown streaks vaguely resembling a Zebra’s stripes.
Redwoods are native to California and Oregon and are among the tallest, oldest, and largest living organisms. The wood is somewhat soft and reddish in color.
Bubinga has a close resemblance to rosewood, and is often use in place of more expensive woods. Yet Bubinga also features a host of stunning grain figures, such as flamed, pommele, and waterfall, which make this wood truly unique. Bubinga also has an exceptional strength-to-weight ratio.