What is Mahogany Wood?
Mahogany wood is fairly devoid of holes and pockets and has a straight, fine, and equal grain. Over time, its reddish brown hue deepens, and when polished, it exhibits a reddish sheen. It is used to make high-end furniture and musical instruments because of its outstanding workability. It is appealing for use in boat construction and outdoor decking since it also resists wood decay.
Mahogany is a top-notch wood species that has a wide range of varieties, including Cuban, Philippine, and African mahogany. It is a heartwood that is often a deep reddish brown tone with sporadic dark reddish streaks.
Due to its unique qualities, mahogany wood can be used both in log and timber form, and is frequently used to make furniture, cabinets, flooring, etc. Additionally, mahogany slabs are frequently used to create a variety of indoor and outdoor furniture. However, the usefulness and particular qualities vary according to the region where the wood was grown.
Our selection of walnut sawn timber includes:
- Without knots or cracks, clear
- Various widths of material and edged
- Materials in KD and Non-KD are offered
- Available materials include KD
- Size: offered in 50mm thicknesses
- Origin: Africa