Can the colour of wood vary?

Colour variations are also a typical characteristic of the natural material timber, which can vary from tree to tree, and also depend on the area/region where it has been grown. For this reason, colour variations can appear between different production batches and also within a single production batch. This is also true of coloured surfaces, as the amount of colour pigments absorbed can create different colour tones due to the variation in cell structure of the natural product wood.