June 2021 | Brazilian Lacewood
Quarter cut Brazilian Lacewood veneer can be yellow-brown with reddish tones to a light pink, and has a silvery sheen. This species can also can range from a more creamy yellow to salmon. The grain has a medium to heavy flake, which comes from the pronounced medullary ray common to the species. The flake pattern can run small to large and is dependent on how it has formed inside the log.
Lacewood is usually only used for borders or on small areas of furniture because the pattern is “busy.” The highly figured grain can make a strong design statement in architectural applications, however.
Architectural panels, millwork, musical instruments and cabinetry are all possible applications. When a lighter color is desired, flaky oak and quartered white oak veneers are good alternatives.
M. Bohlke Lacewood inventory
We have a variety of veneer panel sizes available in this species, as well as 3/4, 4/4 and 8/4 square edge lumber. For a fun reference to visualize how flakes can range in size, imagine the flake pattern as the size of individual rice krispies to the larger corn flakes cereal.
Request samples or schedule an inspection
Contact us to request samples, or to schedule an in-person visit or a virtual veneer log inspection. Our Live Veneer Log Inspection service allows you to view a veneer log inspection via a live stream. We also offer the flexibility of sending recorded video directly to you for viewing at your leisure.
Watching a veneer log inspection at your convenience provides the same control as if you were here. You can pause the inspection for longer views of grain structure and color consistency and, if streaming live, request to see logs a second time the moment you need to.
Our M. Bohlke Veneer and Lumber facilities are also open for scheduled visits. Please contact your M. Bohlke sales rep or use our contact form to schedule a visit.