dark-grey-dyed-sycamore

Dark Grey Dyed Sycamore

Dark Grey Dyed Sycamore (Acer spp)

Dark grey dyed Sycamore timber, derived from the Acer spp tree, which has a fine texture and light colour that is ideal for dyeing.

Characteristics

  1. Colour/Appearance — Shows dark colours very well.
  2. Grain/Texture — The grain is typically straight but can occasionally be wavy, contributing to a fine, even texture.
  3. Sustainability — Considered a sustainable wood source within Europe due to its abundance and fast growth rates.
  4. Common Uses — Used as a veneer for panels and doors. Its fine grain makes it suitable for detailed and intricate woodworking projects.
  5. Countries of Origin — Extensively cultivated throughout Europe, particularly in the UK, France, and Germany.
  6. Box/Furniture Making — A favourite for modern minimalist designs and more traditional pieces.

Summary

Sycamore timber takes on finishes and stains well appealing to contemporary tastes.

More information

Find more information about the tree species Acer pseudoplatanus or more uses of Sycamore wood.

Related species:

Light Grey Dyed Sycamore, Sycamore, Maple

These boxes are made with Dark Grey Dyed Sycamore & other woods