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The Color(s) of 2020

While color giant Pantone has yet to announce its selection, paint manufacturers are weighing in with their favorite hues for 2020. As you will see, the recommendations... read more

Thermally Modified Hardwood in Spain

Under the auspices of the American Hardwood Export Council (AHEC), the new Kālida Sant Pau building, a care center for cancer patients in Barcelona, is showcasing the... read more

“Making red oak more red?”

American Red Oak is a dominant species in the eastern U.S. hardwood forests. Despite its name – which comes from the color of its leaves in the fall – its sapwood is... read more

A Red Oak Renaissance

There has never been a better time to buy American red oak. It’s plentiful and eminently affordable, and the American Hardwood Export Council (AHEC) “is working with... read more

American Hardwoods in the Bathroom

Design/Build professionals are always finding fresh ways to use American Hardwoods. Why not in the Bath? The experts tell us that when “properly installed and sealed... read more

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