Natural Veneers

We believe nature is what makes us unique, that's why we decided to give that distinction to our products, creating pieces that won't be the same with each otherfrom the shape of the veins (textures) and the shades they possess.

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WALNUT

The natural black walnut veneer is dark, hard, dense and tight grain. It is appreciated by those who work it for its strength, grain and color. It is polished to a very soft finish, and the color varies from creamy white in the albura to a dark chocolate in the duramen.

Common name: American Walnut / Black Walnut

 

Color: Duramen that varies in tones from a light brown to a dark chocolate. The albura is creamy white.

Grain or thread: Straight usually, although sometimes it can be wavy resulting in a very attractive and decorative veining.

Texture: Rough

Care:

1. Dry: For powdered furniture clean the furniture with a dry cloth.

2. RinseFor medium dirty and stained furniturewe will resume with a damp cloth, this will serve to remove the small particles that were not removed in the dry cleaning stage.


Do not use chemical cleaning products as they may principally damage the natural veneer.

PAROTA

Natural parota veneer is renowned for its incredible beauty given its color and texture properties as well as its moisture resistance. It is moderately resistant to fungal and termite attack. This wood has a low, medium weight. It also has features that allow you to give it an excellent finish.

Common name: Parota / Huanacaxtle

Color: The duramen is dark brown. The albura ranges from yellowish white to gray.

Grain or thread: It has an irregular thread which makes it moderately difficult to work with hand tools.

 

Texture: Thick

 

Care:

1. Dry: For powdered furniture clean the furniture with a dry cloth.

2. RinseFor medium dirty and stained furniturewe will resume with a damp cloth, this will serve to remove the small particles that were not removed in the dry cleaning stage.


Do not use chemical cleaning products as they may principally damage the natural veneer.

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Chapa natural de encino

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OAK

Oak natural veneer mainly has straight veins, it's also rough and thick. Oak wood tend to be hard and heavy, with medium bending strength and stiffness, as well as high impact resistance.

Common name: Oak

Color: The color of the albura of the red oak ranges from white to light brown and that of the duramen it's reddish pink brown.

 

Grain or thread: It has an irregular thread which makes it moderately difficult to work with hand tools.

Texture: Rough

 

Care:

1. Dry: For powdered furniture clean the furniture with a dry cloth.

2. RinseFor medium dirty and stained furniturewe will resume with a damp cloth, this will serve to remove the small particles that were not removed in the dry cleaning stage.


Do not use chemical cleaning products as they may principally damage the natural veneer.

OKOUME

Okumé natural veneer is native to Central Africa, mainly from countries such as Gabon or Equatorial Guinea. It is a soft wood, very regular appearance thanks to its smooth texture, the straight fiber, and a pale brown color, has a vein: straight, interwinded or slightly wavy.

Common name: okumé /okumen / gabon

 

Color: Duramen between brown and pale pink to light grey and the albura in a lighter and paler color.

 

Grain or thread: Fine

Care:

1. Dry: For powdered furniture clean the furniture with a dry cloth.

2. RinseFor medium dirty and stained furniturewe will resume with a damploth, this will serve to remove the small particles that were not removed in the dry cleaning stage.


Do not use chemical cleaning products as they may principally damage the natural veneer.

Chapa natural de okumé