Iroko Wood

Iroko wood is a type of hardwood that comes from the tree species Milicia excelsa, which is native to tropical regions of Africa. It is also known as African teak, although it is not related to teak wood.

Iroko wood is known for its durability and resistance to decay, making it a popular choice for outdoor furniture, boatbuilding, and decking. It has a beautiful golden to dark brown color that can deepen over time with exposure to sunlight.

The wood is also used in construction, flooring, and interior design. It has a straight grain and a coarse texture, with an interlocking grain that can make it difficult to work with.

Iroko wood is considered a sustainable and eco-friendly choice, as the tree species is fast-growing and abundant in its native habitat. However, like with any wood, it is important to ensure that it is harvested responsibly and legally.