Other species

European ash (fraxinus angustifolia)

European ash has fairly good strength properties for its weight, and is also shock resistant. When stained, ash can look very similar to oak (quercus spp.), although oaks have much wider rays, which are visible on all wood surfaces—even on flatsawn surfaces, where they appear as short, thin brown lines between the growth rings. Ashes lack these conspicuous rays.

European maple (sycamore-acer pseudoplatanus)

Is a hardwearing hardwood. Light in colour, european maple turns golden over time. It is often used to make furniture and musical instruments, as well as wood flooring and parquetry.

European walnut (juglans regia)

Heartwood can range from a lighter pale brown to a dark chocolate brown with darker brown streaks. Color can sometimes have a gray, purple, or reddish cast. Sapwood is nearly white.

European wild cherry (prunus avium)

European cherry is used in interior finishing for all wall and ceiling paneling, doors and for furniture built into business and presentation rooms. Very emotional, very exclusive. Sure of style, select and discerning, it testifies to self-assurance.

Other species available:

Sessile oak (quercus petraea), poplar (i-214), linden (lime) (tilia sp.), alder (alnus sp.), hornbeam (carpinus betulus), accacia (robinia pseudoaccacia)

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