Lacewood is an exotic wood grown Australia. The tall stately tree can reach heights of up to 100 ft and is naturally resistant to decay. The wood has a flaky appearance, hence the name, and it is used interchangeably with the name
It is a popular choice in flooring because it remains smooth under friction and does not marr easily even with very heavy traffic. Lacewood is marked by unusual beauty and durability. Common uses include flooring, cabinetry, furniture, interior trim, and stairways.
Appearance: sapwood is almost white, while the heartwood is pink to red-brown.
Grain: straight grain.
Characteristics: similar qualities to Leopardwood.
Janka Hardness: 840
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