BEECH The beech is a family of wood from deciduous trees. The color is whitish or reddish yellow very tenuous, heavy but not very elastic. It’s used to create soft and delicated environments. Pleasant shades of color for the furniture are obtained with the combination of lacquer color yellow.
EUROPEAN CHERRY Strong wood, with good resistance to bending and to bump. It’s characterized by shades ranging from pale orange to red-brown, with greenish veins. If painted in a “natural” way it tends to vary from brownish-red hues. There are, however, processes that may maintain the original color.
AMERICAN CHERRY Strong wood which is impact resistant with good processing properties and curvature. The color varies from pink to deep reddish brown and gets darken with exposure to light. The fiber is fine, uniform and straight grained with fairly regular streaks and may contain small pockets of natural resin.
MAPLE Maple is a canadian wood, belonging to the family of hardwoods. The wood is yellow, pink, very clear with veins. It’s a hard wood very glossy and silky. It is generally used for modern furniture, ideal for those who want to create a vital and compact style.
SPRUCE The spruce is a softwood from the family of conifers. Its wood is white and with fresh seasoning becomes pale yellow. It’s an asolid wood, elastic and characterized by a considerable number of nodes. It is usually used for rustic furnishing.
STEAMED BEECH SPECIES The beech is an essence obtained after a process that alters the basic color of the beech tree, making it more reddish-pink and further highlighting the grain, while keeping intact the design of the vein.
steamed beech species
HALF-EVAPORATED BEECH SPECIES The beech is a semievaporated species obtained after a process that alters the basic color of the beech, making it with a pink-oranged color and highlighting the grain slightly, while keeping intact the design of the vein.
half-evaporated beech species
ASH Ash is a very strong and hard wood. The color is white-pink-pearly. It may present the greenish hues. You can clean and polish it very well. Due to its very porous grains of the effects you can get to “open pore” even after coating.
WHITE ASH Finishing treatment designed to dampen the ash grain smoothing and brightening the grain. It is recommended for modern furniture.
MAHOGANY The mahogany comes from tropical America and the West Indies. The wood is hard, compact and very oily, dark red with golden highlights. It’s used mainly for furniture and for home decoration but definitely gives a touch of class and uniqueness to your house.
WALNUT In Italy it is known as “Canaletto” Walnut or “Canadian”. The wood has a dark brown color from deep purple to black. It is one of the most important among those woods used in furniture production.
NATIONAL WALNUT The walnut wood is one of the most important wood of those used in the production of furniture, both classic and modern. It has a grayish-brown with irregular dark brown streaks. Its natural vein, highlighted by a clever artisan painting, becomes the dominant element of value.
ROSEWOOD The rosewood from Brazil and from India. It’s very compact, dark-colored, with red-purple veins and at home a pleasing fragrance. Due to its dense grain it can refine and polish very well. It is used for very special and precious furniture, made unique by the reflections of its colors.
PEAR The pear is considered a highly prized wood. It’s a strong wood of the family of hardwoods. The wood is very compact, heavy and has a remarkable resistance to attack of woodworm. Provides excellent workability and does not splinter. The color is reddish-pink.
PINE The pine is a soft wood, very resinous and with a few knots. it belongs to the family of resinous pine, and white-red. There are different qualities suited to the construction of furniture: pine, wild pine and the finest Swedish pine.
OAK The oak is very hard. It has a yellowish-brown color, depending on the area of origin takes on shades ranging from green oak for the barrels, the gray for the German, French and for the straw to whitish-pink to the American one.
WHITE OAK Treatment of oak made to make the color clearer and to make the contrasts of light and shade that has the grain softer. Recommended for modern furniture.
TANGANYIKA Comes mainly from Ivoiry Coast. It is usually stained walnut color and called “walnut Tanganyika.” Due to its low cost compared to the walnut and its texture is often used for furniture with massive or thick veneers.
TEAK The teak comes from Burma and from Indochina. Very strong, almost inert to changes in atmospheric moisture and permits use in shipbuilding and high quality garden furniture. It allows you to create modern furniture for interior of great value.
TOULIPIER The toulipier comes from the United States and Canada. The wood is very elegant, suitable for the construction of furniture. The shape of its veins and its clear color predisposes it to paint details that make it almost identical to the nut, but certainly much cheaper.
WENGE The wenge hardwood is a lot harder to work: for this reason the solid wood is not often sold. It’s not the same for the veneers, which are used for the characteristic color of mocha brown and homogeneous in the furniture manufacturing industry.