Explore our Types of Wood

All our products contain natural wood, from all over the world. Each type of wood has its own colours, grain, hardness and beauty. In selecting wood types we only take the best, sustainable sources that we can find. Discover the range of wood types used and their characteristics.


Acacia wood is characterised by tones of brown, red and gold. The structure is known for its gentle alternation between lighter and darker pieces, with a visible glow. Lines are typically straight, but circular shapes are common.

ORIGIN Eastern Asia
WEIGHT 640 kg / m3

HARDNESS 5160 N (Janka scale)


Ash is light-colored, smooth-grained hardwood that primarily comes from North America. Its structure is characterised by straight and regular grains, rarely alternated with curls and rings. The color tone can vary from beige to light brown.

ORIGIN North America
WEIGHT 675 kg / m3

HARDNESS 5870 N (Janka scale)


Ebony is characterised by a deep dark, and almost black hue, with soft deep dark red tones. Due to the dark color, the visibility of the structure is often difficult. The structure is characterised by lighter, usually straight, strips that are uniformly distributed.

ORIGIN Eastern Africa
WEIGHT 915 kg / m3

HARDNESS 10800 N (Janka scale)


Maple wood is a popular type of wood that can be found all over the world. We use a sturdy maple wood from North America. The structure is formed by straight-running lines of a light brown shade, with the occasional wave, providing the wood type with a soft character.

ORIGIN North America
WEIGHT 705 kg / m3

HARDNESS 6500 N (Janka scale)


Olive Wood comes from the fruit-bearing olive tree and is a strong and durable wood type with a fine uniform texture with moderate natural luster. It has a distinct, fruity scent when being worked. It has a range from light to deep brown tints and has a distinguishable feature of an oil-like grain pattern.

ORIGIN Southern Europe
WEIGHT 990 kg / m3

HARDNESS 12010 N (Janka scale)