The diversity of the woods makes it possible to create pieces with unique charm; teak furniture, rosewood creates a colourful and welcoming atmosphere, and oak wood a more classical ambience. You can find all the types of furniture needed to dress your interior up to the very last corner. A wood console table and coat rack wood for your entrance, large solid wood chest of drawers combined with a dining table in the dining room and a wooden kitchen trolley, a wooden bookcase in the office with a wooden box for filing documents or in the bedroom. Even the smallest pieces of solid wood furniture, such as a bedside table, an extra table or wooden mirror are available in solid wood for a natural decoration with an earthy feel, down to the most minute detail.
Stable and reassuring, solid wood is the ideal material to create furniture with a reliable design and unique character. Since the middle Ages, solid oak has been used to design luxury solid wood furniture for the nobility. Over time, other types of wood appeared, such as mahogany, mango and teak. In different parts of the world, specific styles began to appear; in the Scandinavian countries, walnut is a familiar feature and the Nordic trend has adapted to this wood, be it for the design of tables, chairs or a wooden cupboard. With a subtle texture, this rather dark wood is ideal for the creation of simple, uncluttered solid wood furniture. The industrial style, on the other hand, tends to feature woods with character which are highly rugged such as mango or oak. The latter have a higher density, which makes them durable but difficult to work with. It takes real know-how to handle these noble woods. This material is also very well suited to rustic decor. Left brushed, it gives a warm and welcoming look to the room by playing on the warm hues. Whether used alone or in combination with metal for metal and wood furniture, solid wood is a sure value, both aesthetically and practically. It guarantees a long-lasting and easy-to-maintain purchase that will withstand the onslaught of time for decades to come.