Wood Selection

Picking the perfect wood for your door? Look no further! This guide dives into the different types of wood you can choose from, like Mahoni, Pinus, and Albasia. Each wood has its own unique look and feel, from Mahoni's warm, reddish hue to Pinus's clean lines to Albasia's light and airy vibe. So, whether you're going for rustic charm or modern sleekness, there's a perfect wood door out there for you!
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MAHONI

mahoni

MAHONI

Sapwood yellow, tinged with red, merging into pink brown or red brown heartwood. Texture fine, even.
mahoni

PINUS

pinus

PINUS

The heartwood colour is pale yellow, with clearly defined growth rings. It is straight grained, with a fine, even texture.
pinus

ALBASIA

albasia

ALBASIA

Heartwood whitish to pale pinkish, yellowish or reddish brown. Not clearly demarcated from sapwood in young trees, in old trees more clearly. Moderately coarse but even texture.
albasia

DURIAN

durian

DURIAN

Heartwood is pink brown, grey brown , brown with a red tinge or light orange brown. Grain is straight to slightly interlocked. Texture is moderately coarse.
durian

MERANTI

meranti

MERANTI

Heartwood is pale to mid red-brown. Sapwood yellow, pink or grey and usually distinguishable. Texture coarse but even. Grain interlocked, usually giving a ribbon or strip figure to the radial surface.
meranti

BENGKIRAI

bengkirai

BENGKIRAI

Smooth to slightly coarse texture. The fibers are straight or interlocked. The wood surface is glossy, smooth or alternately smooth and rough due to the interlocking fibers.
bengkirai

SUNGKAI

Sungkai

SUNGKAI

It is known for its unique texture, durability and strength. Sungkai is also known for its resistance and shine, the wood texture is fairly smooth, beautiful fiber and pale yellow.
Sungkai

MERBAU

merbau

MERBAU

Heartwood is pink brown, grey brown , brown with a red tinge or light orange brown. Grain is straight to slightly interlocked. Texture is moderately coarse
merbau
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