MATERIALS

oak wood

 

Oak wood we use is strong, hefty and durable. It has an exquisite light colour with prominent grain.
Resistance to fungi is a result of it's natural longevity, which results in dense structure. Although oak has a long life,
it's not ageless - the materials we use are sustainably sourced from fallen trees. This type of wood ensures enduring
and long-lasting collections. It's excellent for kitchen accessories like chopping boards,
and we also use it in our lighting selection to give them a natural aspect.

 

Shade of oak wood varies from tree to tree and branch to branch. When treated with natural finish or oil variations
and contrasts shine, making heavy ornamentation obsolete. Depending on the finish, it has a hard
and smooth feeling to the touch. Products from oak wood can be hand washed, but not soaked.
Frequent oiling is necessary to ensure it's lasting durability. We recommend food-safe mineral oil or Danish oil, but for the best result read instructions on a product.

oak plywood


This product can be used in a variety of different ways and is suitable for many applications. It is commonly requested for its hard-wearing surface layer veneer (e.g. for flooring applications), or due to its high strength & rigidity
(e.g. musical instruments). It is also regularly used in the manufacture of decorative furniture,
where the core is to be seen, or even accentuated, and the desire is to have an edge with the uniform colour
of European oak throughout the panel.

smoked oak


This product can be used in a variety of different ways and is suitable for many applications. It is commonly requested for its hard-wearing surface layer veneer (e.g. for flooring applications), or due to its high strength & rigidity (e.g. musical instruments). It is also regularly used in the manufacture of decorative furniture, where the core is to be seen, or even accentuated, and the desire is to have an edge with the uniform colour of European oak throughout the panel.

linoleum

 

Linoleum is a natural surfacing material that delivers the finishing touch for all high end furniture designs such as desks, chairs, stools, cabinets, doors and displays. It is renowned for its elegance and durability.
The mat surface and it's warm, soft texture make it a unique furniture surfacing solution.

Linoleum combines a satin mat surface with a warm, fine texture that gives your interior furniture
a truly distinctive, individual look & feel. Made from all natural ingredients, Furniture Linoleum provides
a natural tactile look & feel that really is unlike any other surface material available.
The natural composition and the special surface finish ensure that Furniture Linoleum is naturally antistatic.
The surface actively resists the build-up of static charges and prevents dust or dirt from sticking to the surface.
Therefore Forbo Furniture Linoleum ensures a clean furniture surfacing solution.
Moreover, this natural surface linoleum doesn't show fingerprints.

cristal glass

 

The primary difference between crystal vs. glass is that crystal glass contains anywhere from 2–30% minerals
(lead or lead-free). The key feature of crystal glass is that the minerals strengthen the material,
making it possible to produce durable but thin products. Its precious material and we use it for our acessories.

brass

 

Our acessories, elements of lamp, details fittings are commonly made of Bbass, as they are visually appealing.
Brass is an alloy of copper and zinc and used in various applications in industries and crafts. Similar to Copper, Brass is a poor breeding ground for bacteria. Beyond its antimicrobial properties, Brass's aesthetic value makes it a popular choice for decorative applications. Its coloring can range from light gold and silver all the way to almost red.

linen & cotton

 

The fiber is 100% natural, very strong, absorbent.
Products made of linen are valued for their exceptional coolness and freshness. Now because of the laborious time it takes to produce linen yarn, and the manual processes that have to be undertaken, linen has become a higher priced commodity, and considered among many to be a ‘luxury’ fabric.
Cotton and linen are two similar products, yet they are quite different in their look, feel and properties.
Cotton can be quite soft and silky straight
out its packaging, whereas linen tends to be stiffer. Together, are perfect connection.

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