The most versatile and durable of all the hardwoods


In terms of grain pattern, mahogany has a straight, fine, and even grain, with relatively few voids or pockets. When polished, its reddish-brown color darkens over time, and it displays a reddish sheen. In addition to being very durable, it has excellent workability.

Properties & Uses

Mahogany is a strong durable wood used for cabinet, flooring, doors, molding, and furniture making. Because of its beauty and density, it is used to manufacture veneer sheets which are used to make plywood.

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