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Teak is one of the most common tropical hardwood trees that has managed to become a mainstay of the wood processing industry. Its water-resistant yellowish heartwood that darkens with age is very well suited in outdoor construction, furniture, and boat decks, as well as many indoor applications in flooring, paneling, countertops, furniture and structural columns.
Sapele is a hardwood from tropical Africa that successfully emulates the characteristics that have made Mahogany so popular. Rich heartwood colored in golden and dark reddish brown is perfect for use in creating expensive furniture, musical and specialty objects. Same as mahogany, exploitation of Sapele forests are regulated by several countries across Africa. With diminishing supply of genuine mahogany, woodworkers from around the world have turned their attention to sapele.
Curly maple is one of the most famous grain variations in the wood industry. Instantly recognizable for its three-dimensional effect and eye-catching colors, this type of maple wood can be found in countless musical instruments, household objects, and higher-end specialty items.
Ipe wood is one of the most durable, heavy and pleasing-to-look wood types in the world, commonly used for the creation of outdoor decking and wood structures that intend to last decades without the appearance of any rot. Naturally growing in South America, ipe wood represents the best choice for making an outdoor wood decking.