Wood Texture Wenge - Stock image

Flooring, Hardwood, Hardwood Floor, Parquet Floor, Pattern

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Stock photo ID:183544046
Upload date:October 04, 2013

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'Wenge . High resolution natural woodgrain texture. Studio shot.Wenge is very hard, heavy, and durable, with an excellent dimensional stability. When freshly cut, the heartwood of wenge (millettia laurentii) is a yellow-brown color, but then in a few months it darkens to a deep, uniform brown, almost black, with alternate layers of light and dark tissue, forming a decorative figure. So it is important to buy well-aged wood before laying the floor. Clearly demarcated from the heartwood is the yellowish-white sapwood. This coarse-textured wood has a straight grain. A related species from East Africa, panga-panga (millettia stuhlmannii) has similar graining but does not darken as much as wenge. One of the best known of the exotic dark woods, wenge is used primarily where a bold dark color or contrasting light and dark accent strips are desired.'
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