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Mango Lumber

We carry a variety of widths, thicknesses, and lengths. Mango is the highest-figured wood we have come across in 30 years in the exotic wood industry. Very similar to koa, mango has curly grain, spalting, yellows, pinks, oranges, tans and green colors with lots of fiddleback, burls, whirls, and swirls.

About Mango Lumber

many pictures of highly figured mango wood table with a finish
mango wood serving plate with spalting
longer length mango lumber stacked
Mango lumber pre-planed
Mango lumber
longer length live edge mango
Mango wood lumber stacked on a pallet
longer length mango lumber stacked
live edge mango wood piece with gold

Shorter Length

Longer Length

Natural Edge

Longer Length

Shorter Length

Standard Cut

About Mango Lumber 

Mango lumber is a remarkable choice when it comes to versatile and sustainable building materials. Renowned for its strength, durability, and distinctive characteristics, mango lumber has been utilized for centuries in various applications, ranging from furniture craftsmanship to interior design. At Diamond Tropical Hardwoods, we take immense pride in offering exceptional, sustainably sourced mango lumber to builders, artisans, and homeowners. Here are several compelling reasons why mango lumber stands out as a superior building material:

Strength and Durability

Mango lumber is highly regarded for its exceptional strength and durability, making it an excellent option for structures that require resilience against heavy use and exposure to the elements. Naturally resistant to rot, decay, and insect damage, mango lumber is frequently chosen for outdoor furniture, decking, and structural elements like beams and posts. Additionally, mango wood contains inherent oils that provide enhanced protection against water damage, ensuring resistance to warping and cracking.

Distinctive Beauty

The natural beauty of mango lumber is truly captivating, characterized by its rich, warm tones and exquisite grain patterns. As mango wood ages, it develops an enchanting patina that deepens its appeal, transitioning into shades of elegant golden-brown. Regular maintenance practices such as oiling or sanding can further enhance the wood's natural beauty, allowing it to gracefully evolve and mature over time.


Mango lumber showcases remarkable versatility, making it an ideal material for a wide range of building applications. Whether you're envisioning stylish furniture, stunning flooring, elegant decking, or captivating siding, mango wood possesses the adaptability to bring your design aspirations to life. At Diamond Tropical Hardwoods, we offer an extensive selection of mango wood products, including lumber, slabs, crosscuts, and live-edge pieces, enabling you to achieve the perfect aesthetic for your unique building project.

Sustainable Sourcing

At Diamond Tropical Hardwoods, we are deeply committed to sustainable sourcing practices and responsible forestry management. Our mango lumber is sourced from responsibly managed forests and plantations in Central  America. We work closely with local communities, ensuring our harvesting practices align with stringent environmental and social standards. By choosing our sustainably sourced mango lumber, you can be confident that you are supporting ethical and eco-friendly forestry practices, making a positive impact on the planet.

Mango lumber is an exceptional building material that embodies unmatched strength, durability, and natural beauty. With its innate resistance to decay and insect damage, mango wood is an ideal choice for both outdoor furniture and indoor structural elements. Its versatility and unique aesthetic qualities also make it a compelling option for various interior applications. At Diamond Tropical Hardwoods, we take pride in offering top-quality, sustainably sourced mango lumber to cater to the needs of builders, artisans, and homeowners. Contact us today to explore our diverse mango wood offerings and embark on your next building project with this extraordinary material.

sanded mango wood tongue and groove

Tongue & Groove

10 sq ft

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