NATURAL MATERIALS IN YOUR HOME
WOOD IS A “LIVING” MATERIAL
When buying solid wood furniture, keep in mind that it continues to "live".
Even when processed, the wood reacts to the change in humidity by shrinking and swelling.
As the old saying goes, "It's not just the carpenter who works, it's the wood."
Oak wood is fine, shiny, and sometimes irregular in texture. Oak is highly valued as a technical wood of very wide application. We use it for the production of furniture, parquet - due to its hardness, as well as for finishing panels in interior design.
Beech wood is very grateful for both manual and machine processing. Quite hard wood, suitable for gluing, sanding, drilling, bending, staining and surface treatment. Beech is easy to dry, but due to the presence of tension wood, it is prone to bending, twisting and cracking. In changing atmospheric conditions, it is subject to decay, while under water and on dry land, it can survive for centuries.
Walnut wood is dark and hard, with small rings, ideal for interior wall coverings, and we also use it to make furniture and parquet. It is easy to stain, varnish and paint. The color blends harmoniously from creamy white on the edges to tones of dark chocolate in the heart.
Abies alba, Picea abies
Two sister types of wood of the same quality, usually used for :constructions of walls and roofs, as well as construction of furniture. This is a soft, very delicate tree. Although it is prone to warping and bending, it stains easily. It will easily answer even the biggest challenges in furniture construction.
NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION
USing ECOLOGICAL COATINGS FOR WOOD
INDUSTRIAL WASTE MANAGEMENT