Like Designers in a Candy Store
We are giddy today. We stopped by this morning to check out our first delivery of tzalam wood.
Stacked together, the wood looks almost deceptively like mahogany or even cedar. But put it through a planer, and this is what you get:
Note the beautiful dark grain and the nice chocolate tones. It is definitely in a class of its own. Now all we have to do is wait two months for the wood to be properly dried - a process that is frequently skipped among other carpenters with ensuing problems. Once dried, the production of our cabinetry, wood flooring and furniture can begin.