Warm. Inviting. Welcoming. With its auburn color and distinctive grain Red Elm is all of these and more. This quintessentially American wood is becoming very popular again, after years of disregard, and is a welcome addition to the designer's palette.

Growing up to 90 feet tall, this North American native is found from the Midwest to the East Coast. When Quarter-Sliced, the strong linear grain lends itself to a more formal and quiet look, while the distinct cathedrals of Plain-Sliced Red Elm are more active and playful. This species is available in both veneer and lumber.