July 2019 | Wood of the Month
July 2019 WOM | Louro Preto grows in Tropical, Central and South America and is especially common in Brazil. Its color ranges from a medium brown to a much richer brown. Dark and long black streaks show beautiful contrast. Over time, Louro Preto will darken, adding even more character to its handsome aesthetic. Because of similar grain patterns, it is a popular substitute for Brazilian Rosewood veneer. In fact, it is sometimes dyed red to further the visual similarities. Do you have an upcoming project requiring a classy and truly unique wood veneer? Send your inquiries to email@example.com to learn what our knowledgeable sales team can do for you.