Koa refers to a type of wood commonly used in furniture making. It is derived from the Acacia koa tree, a native species of Hawaii. Koa wood is highly prized for its distinctive and beautiful grain patterns, ranging from golden to reddish-brown hues. It is known for its durability and strength, which makes it suitable for constructing various furniture pieces like tables, chairs, cabinets, and decorative accents. Due to its limited availability and high demand, furniture made from koa wood can often be quite expensive and considered a luxury item. Dense, dark-brown hardwood, having stripes, and cross stripes like curly maple.