The Exotic Look of Palm

You recognize the beauty of Palm Trees in our surroundings, their magestic sway in the wind, the delicious taste of its fruit, and now the exotic appeal of the palm’s wood. Palms are farmed for their fruit but the tree eventually ages out of the production cycle; the timber is then cut to make room for new plantings and sold to be milled into wood products. It is then that its exotic structure, grain and colors are revealed. Ask for Durapalm panels and flooring.

An exmaple of Coco Palm

An exmaple of Coco Palm

Warm reddish tones

This sample of Palm wood has deep browns with red undertones. The grain is random with unpatterned movement.

An exmaple of Sugar Palm

An exmaple of Sugar Palm

dark Highlights

This sample of Palm wood is a mix of tans accented with black veins. The grain is rich and angular, linear, yet random.

These are but a couple of samples; the colors and grains of Palm vary by species, soil conditions, climate and region and are sourced worldwide. Each is characterized by its color and composition and is referenced by name.