Specific, solid wood properties of the furniture-making timbers we process.

Solid wood is a genuinely natural product and each area demonstrates a unique structure and colour. Delicate branches, cracks, intergrown areas and overlaps demonstrate the material's authenticity. Each section of solid wood is a unique, natural product dominated by the location of the tree as well as weather and ground conditions. Solid wood feels good – spreading a healthy living atmosphere with a pleasant scent and a nice feel. Solid wood furniture creates an ideal living atmosphere. The material has antibacterial properties and prevents electrostatic dust charges. Solid wood helps fight allergies, is unpolluted and natural. We exclusively procure our timber raw materials from sustainably run forestry businesses. Our solid wood furniture creates an ideal living atmosphere. The material helps fight allergies, is unpolluted and natural.

Laminated oak panels    

Laminated solid oak panels are panel structures with the properties of thick oak planks. Due to the fact that wide boards will warp, we use thin sections of full-width, natural, European Oak planks and bond sections to a solid central layer in a cross-wise pattern. This creates a non-warping, three-layer panel with sections looking like thick oak planks, also known as laminated oak panels.

European oak    

We use European oak wood with a particularly natural colour spectrum. It features a distinctive, brown, dominant and expressive grain. Small knots and original features make this type of wood unique.


Beech tends to grow slowly and is one of Central Europe's most common hardwood types. Steaming causes beech wood to obtain a slightly red tone. Beech is characterized by dominant red and brown features. Beech wood is hard, resistant to pressure, heavy and demonstrates a fine texture with hardly visible pores.

European Cherry

Cherry wood is medium-weight and is hard and resilient. It is both strong and elastic. It is subject to shrinkage, but after drying remains stable. It is not durable when exposed to the outdoor elements. Light coloration can occur in contact with iron, slighter coloration is also possible in conjunction with copper or brass. Warm and elegant, with a strong personality and unique appeal: cherry-wood.  Suitable for being used in a classical and stylish ambience for interior furnishing, ceiling and wall casing, doors, stairs, fitted furniture consumer articles, musical instruments.


Linden wood comes from the linden tree, also known as the lime tree, a deciduous tree which is found throughout Europe, eastern North America and parts of Asia. The timber of linden trees is soft and easily worked with a fine light grain.Linden is a hardwood with a pale yellow color, which darkens gradually over time. Linden has excellent wood carving. This type of wood is a very stable and is soft enough to be carved and yet strong enough to maintain its shape it an excellent choice of material for furniture and home wares. Linden also ages beautifully and has good bending.


Color can vary from a light gray-brown to creamy white in the sapwood to a deep brown heartwood. Antique reclaimed ash can be wormy and has a deeper yellow-gold undertone than new ash. Grain is long and can be sometimes confused with oak grain. A very hard wood, Ash is excellent for virtually any application.

European Sycamore

The sycamore can grow to a height of about 35 m (115 ft) and the branches form a broad, rounded crown. Unlike most other hardwoods, the sapwood of sycamore lumber is most commonly used rather than its heartwood. Sapwood color ranges from almost white, to a light golden or reddish brown, while the heartwood is a darker reddish brown. Sycamore can also be seen with curly or quilted grain patterns