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lacewood

A coarse-grained wood from Australia, pale pink to pinkish brown in color, moderately hard and heavy, with a lace-like figure; used for interior trim, paneling, and plywood.
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Selected logs of European plane are cut to produce lacewood, a highly decorative wood that is traditionally used for paneling, interiors and fine furniture pieces.
The larger species, Australian lacewood or silky oak (Cardwellia sublimis), has a consistent creamy color and a more consistent character.
Thanks to the great level of interest we've received Lacewood Gardens is of?
When Laura Rowen Bodey, a 42-year-old Lacewood real estate agent, notices in her garden that "some nasty bug has already begun to nibble her summer squash in the bud," she never thinks to connect the blight with a larger ecological problem.
In other news, it was also announced that Paragon's long-standing relationship with Ottawa-based Lacewood Productions will expand and deepen.
Lacewood is a personal favorite of Mike Ball, vice president of Woodgrain Doors, a division of Woodgrain Millwork Co.
When European plane is quartered, the wood is usually sold as lacewood.
Australian silky oak is from the species Cardwellia sublimis and often goes by the commercial name lacewood, because of the lace-like figure found in some logs.
The room's sensual color palette of ambers, chocolates and golds compliment the Macassar ebony and lacewood millwork.
William Speers, newly-named Assistant Director for the "Christmas Belle" project, comes to Disney from Lacewood Productions in Ottawa, Canada, where he worked on television specials based on Native American legends for the Canadian Broadcasting Company.
Beverly Hills-based Oberhofer encases a monitor, keyboard and mouse in the wood of a customer's choice: maple, mahogany or cherry, or special-ordered lacewood and rosewood.
The buffet combines wood color and texture with a mix of African lacewood and solid mahogany bases.