Contrast Teak flat cut wood veneer color varies from a golden to medium brown. Characterized by mineral streaks that provide a contrasting grain structure. Strong and tough, oily texture.
Common Uses for Flat Cut Contrast Teak Wood Veneer: Architectural and acoustic panels, cabinetry, doors, furniture and millwork, as well as both private aircraft and yacht interiors.
Other Name(s): Burma Teak, also Genuine Teak.
The Tree: Grows to heights of 130-150 feet with trunk diameters usually around 4-6 feet. Trunks can be as wide as 8 feet or more!
A Little History: Because of its durability, strength, workability and handsome appearance, Teak is one of the outstanding timbers of the world.