Color changing wood
Common color changers
To test their color-changing characteristics, we subjected 13 woods to nine months of sunlight and air -- a "living room" test. Along with padauk and cherry, above, these three woods -- mahogany, poplar, and purpleheart -- showed the greatest amount of change. Many of the lighter-colored woods, such as oak, maple, and pine, proved more color-fast.
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