Willow Fumed quarter cut veneer is a rich, caramel brown color. These warm tones pair very well with natural elements like stone, adding an element of coziness to any environment.
Common Uses: Aircraft, architectural panels, cabinetry, doors, flooring, furniture and interior woodwork, as well as store fixtures.
Other Name(s): White Willow, Aspen, Grissard.
The Tree: Typically reaches heights between 65-100 feet, with diameters between 3-4 feet.
A Little History: White Willow is so named because the undersides of the leaves are a pale white. Historically, it’s been the wood of choice for cricket bats. Also commonly used for weaving baskets. (Source: Wood-Database)