Solid wood – unique in appearance, pleasant to the touch and above all natural – is a material perfect for production, but at the same time it is durable and unique because of its individual properties and characteristics such as structure, knots and grain of the wood.
Solid wood is the material, which allow to maintain the products manufactured out of it elegant and unique. Solid wood furniture fits perfectly into traditional interiors and modern lofts. Solid wood retains its nature and unique charm, and like wine, it acquires taste, nobility and dignity over time.
Old wood is manufactured on the basis of the recycled wood obtained from the old dismantled huts, houses and buildings. Their construction dates back even to the end of the 19th century or the beginning of the 20th century. The recovered wood is carefully selected. Becoming a part of the new furniture it gives it its uniqueness and value of the zeitgeist. It introduces a unique aura and climate to its surroundings.
|PHOTO||TYPE OF WOOD||DESCRIPTION||EXAMPLES|
|natural oak||solid table top with warm shade covered with matt lacquer||Table NERON|
|oak the woodwor||smooth surface with traces of woodworm and natural dimming||Table HEROX|
|burning oak||thick oak top decorated with a spectacular pattern emphasizing its uniqueness|
|old oak log||a wood structure with its grain and knots visible, highlighted by paint and mass to fill the gaps||Table ARCO|
|ash||bright, warm table top surface protected by a clear lacquer that perfectly reflects light|
|rustic pine||natural, warm, structured surface||Table VENTUR|
|old log||the smooth surface of the old table top, protected by varnish which gives the table top sparking effect||Table DRACO|
|old pine log||structural surface protected by matt lacquer to emphasize the depth of the structure of table||Table WERD|
|dąb wypalany||oak decorated with burnt oak effect|
If you want to make sure you choose the right kind of material, please email us. For those interested in purchasing our furniture we send samples of wood or selected materials. There is no better way to get to know the material than to touch its texture, to see it in both in daylight and in artificial light.