Materials

Source materials of only high quality

At manufacturing of each element of furniture we use only materials of exceptional quality. We do not save on source material. In addition, it is important to understand what materials can and should be used for a particular product. All this is a guarantee that the furniture will last you a long time, without losing its original attractiveness.

Ash

Ash wood refers to heavy and hard grades of wood with good strength characteristics. Its tensile strength and fold strength exceeds the strength of oak wood. It is elastic, wear-resistant and more viscous than many domestic wood species. The expressed color of the core on the quality of wood is not affected. The main difference of the ash is a light tone, open pores and a pronounced texture, large and straight-fibrous, which is preserved after painting. It is often used for the production of products that in use contact the hands of a person, require, as well as in the manufacture of furniture, veneer and parquet.

Oak

Oak wood is porous, but sturdy and resistant to decay and fungus, and also has a beautiful texture. A peculiar shade of noble antiquity, characteristic of oak wood, is explained by the fact that over time it darkens. Cover the oak usually with clear varnishes, tint. To paint it is inexpedient - the refined texture of a tree is lost.

Pine

Pine refers to soft rocks and has resistance to biological influences (damage by fungi). As well as all coniferous, has a pleasant smell, allocates phytocinds which are considered medical. Soft structure of wood allows you to easily absorb various dyes. This also applies to varnish coatings. With shrinkage, the wood of pine practically does not warp. The disadvantage of this breed is that it is not sufficiently amenable to grinding, highlighting hard, resinous layers. However, this makes it possible to use pine for products with the effect of aging.

Alder

Of all soft-leaved species, it is most often used in the manufacture of furniture. Alder practically does not lapse into decay. Its wood is widely used in interiors, because it does not smell and does not absorb the smell. Alder is mainly used for finishing as a simulator of rocks such as black and mahogany, maple, walnut, often its application and in a painted form.

Carpentry panel

The carpentry panel is a wood material, which is a shield made of slats, lined with double-sided veneer from both sides. To enhance decorativeness on the joiner plate, 1-2 layers of fine wood veneer are sometimes glued in addition, and the surface is ground. It has the best quality and consumer properties, especially for cabinet furniture. Unlike the solid wood, it does not deform on large planes, while offering the best from wood.

MDF

MDF (finely divided dispersion) - panel material, produced by the method of dry pressing of chips and resin at high pressure and temperature. In general, MDF is used in the production of furniture, for interior decoration, for example, in the form of wall panels and laminate flooring. MDF has a homogeneous structure that prevents deformation in the case of temperature and humidity fluctuations, absorbs sound well and is easily processed. MDF is used in the manufacture of cabinet furniture, facades, veneered countertops. Most often, MDF is realized without coating, so it requires additional costs when working with it - painting or coating with veneer and subsequent lacquering.

Chipboard

A chipboard is a sheet material made by hot pressing of wood particles mixed with a binder. Panels can be veneered, or resistant melamine film (laminate, chipboard). With all the advantages of panel materials, chipboard products are not recommended to be dismantled and assembled.

OSB

Oriented strand board (OSB) - is a multi-layer sheet consisting of wood shavings (chips), glued together with various resins with the addition of wax. The chip in the layers of the plate has a different orientation - in the outer longitudinal, in the inner transverse. Lightweight and affordable, yet durable and reliable material, is used for hidden structural elements.