African Mahogany lumber, or Khaya as it is also known for its scientific name Khaya ivorensis.
This species is known for its beautiful coloration, which ranges from golden to darker brown, gradually turning to a deep, rich, walnut-like color.
Anigre is a hardwood species commonly used for plywood, furniture, cabinetry and high-end millwork.
Bubinga is often referred to as African Rosewood because of is resemblance to Rosewood.
Cumaru is a very hard, dense South American hardwood known for exterior decking and interior hardwood flooring.
Ipe (spelled ipe, and pronounced ee-pay ), also called Brazilian walnut, is a beautiful exotic wood from South America.
Iroko is used in boatbuilding, piling and marine work, domestic flooring, furniture, and more.
Jatoba is best known as Brazilian Cherry in the hardwood flooring industry.
Lenga, or fireland cherry as it is more commercially known.
Merbau is a popular hardwood from South East Asia used in a wide range of applications.
African Padauk lumber is used in fine joinery, fancy turnery, carvings, and more.
Purpleheart gets its name by turning deep purple when exposed, and eventually turning dark brown.
Santos Mahogany lumber is primarily used in flooring, furniture, interior trim, turnery and railroad crossties.
Sapele lumber is used in the construction of fine furniture and cabinetwork, decorative veneers, and more.
Teak is a close-grained hardwood with high natural oil and rubber content.
Utile, also commonly known as Sipo, is used as an alternative to other Mahogany species.
Wenge is a visually striking hardwood used for strip flooring, joinery, cabinetry and decorative veneers.
Zebrawood is frequently quartersawn and used as a decorative veneer.