Wood Finishes

We are committed to using only sustainably harvested wood. Our manufacturing facility undergoes frequent and rigorous IBAMA audits to retain its certification of 100% sustainably harvested woods. Brazil’s Institute of the Environment and Renewable Natural Resources (IBAMA) offers incentives and enforces strict regulations to protect the rich resource and ensure realization of its goal of net zero deforestation by 2030.

With each piece of harvested lumber being unique, varietal graining patterns, inherent to natural wood, should be anticipated and expected.

Jequitibá

Jequitibá is a Brazilian hardwood with a similar structure to Royal Mahogany and mimics the graining of Maple wood, however, with much less heft. It has a peach/apricot/flesh tone base color with subtle tonal grain variations.

Louro Freijo

Louro Freijó is considered Brazilian walnut and has a similar grain to American Black Walnut which can have some erratic patterns peppered throughout. It has a honey color based tone with contrasting chestnut graining.

Both woods are extremely lightweight, without compromise to their structural integrity, and also a very high sugar content. Through the natural drying process, sap crystallizes along the grain causing a multi-faceted dimensional look to the wood that shifts color as you change perspective.

Cumaru

Cumaru wood was nature-made for outdoor use and is known as Brazilian Teak. Its dense interlocked grain ensures beauty and durability, having lasted hundreds of years in applications from home building to musical instruments. No need to treat with preservatives because its natural composition is resistant to fungi, scratches and decay.

With each piece of harvested lumber being unique, varietal graining patterns, inherent to natural wood, should be anticipated and expected.

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