Lacewood is harvested from Tropical South America and is commonly used in Millwork applications such as cabinetry, veneers, fine furniture, musical instruments, and turned objects. Lacewood is rated as non-durable and has poor insect/borer resistance. Very conspicuous ray flecking that gives this wood its namesake, Snakewood.  The heartwood itself is a reddish brown, with very wide gray or light brown rays which result in a lace pattern when quartersawn. Grain is usually straight; coarse uneven texture due to the difference in densities between the regular wood tissue and the denser rays.


  • Select & Better
  • Quarter Sawn
  • 4/4, 8/4 Thicknesses

Sales Team

Jess Fulcher Millwork Sales

Jess is originally from Dallas, Texas and has been working in the lumber industry for 41 years. Throughout his career, Jess has lived in Bolivia and spent much time traveling throughout South America.

Joey Skinner Outside Millwork Sales


Outside Millwork Sales

Phone: (251) 236-0912

Joey enjoys tailgating with his wife and kids at LSU football games and supporting Tigers baseball.  In his spare time he is an avid SEC sports fanatic, loves cooking gourmet meals, gardening, watching live music, hunting, fishing, and helping others that are in a time of need.