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Tulip Tree Crown Cut Esmeralda

Tulip Tree Crown Cut Emerald VAF 101

Tulip Tree Crown Cut Esmeralda.

Tulip Veneer, is a creamy white veneer, as the name implies. It produces light-weight and very soft wood, with a fine texture and grane.

This tree , also known as American Whitewood, usually comes from Southeast region of the USA, but it is planted and cultivated in other countries.

The heartwood varies from light yellow to reddish brown and darkens very quickly in the air. The sapwood is whitish or creamy white and several centimetres wide, tending to be narrower in old-growth trees. It is usually variegated or striped, while the heartwood varies greatly in its colouring. It can be treated with the usual finishes without problems, and it is very easy to machining.

The delight of the home.

Tulip wood was often used for the interior of cabinets and is a good choice for painting.

The sliced and peeled veneer is used almost exclusively for interior surfaces, and also in Southern Europe, is used to mass-produced furniture.

All this properties, joined to our dyed finishing, gets a cold shade that turns its natural warm tone into an original and fresh look with a pleasing satiny lustre, without hiding its organic origin.

That´s a way to offer an alternative option in the form of finish through dyed natural wood. Esmeralda colour, and the crown cut, will provide your design a new way to understand and feel wood material in your projects.

 

Cities - Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora

IUCN - International Union for Conservation of Nature

PEFC - Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification

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CHANNEL VENEERS is the world´s first veneer company by number of references. We offer hundreds of different wood surfaces that fit every design or atmosphere. We supply all over the world rare species, modified wood surfaces and exclusive decorative wood veneers for building, automotive, nautic and furniture sectors.

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