Fumed Larch quarter cut wood veneer is a rich, dark brown with some medium golden brown throughout. Consistently straight grain. The natural process of fuming brings out the very warm and darker color compared to unfumed Larch.
Common Uses for Quarter Cut Fumed Larch Wood Veneer: Architectural panels, millwork, cabinetry, doors and furniture, as well as aircraft interiors.
Other Name(s): European Larch.
The Tree: Grows tall and straight with trunk diameters usually around 2-3 feet.
A Little History: Because of its fast growth and other characteristics, Larch is often used as a “nurse species” in preparation for introducing other species to land.