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Natural beech is beige. Steamed beech is most often used, and by steaming the colors of the beech, it gets a slightly pinkish shade. It dries well, but due to the presence of tension and other defects in the wood structure, it is prone to bending, twisting and cracking. Beech is firm and elastic, well glued, well sanded, drilled, bent, stained and surface treated. It is permanent on dry land or when it is constantly in void, while in changing conditions its durability is small.


It belongs to the types of wood that are very nicely processed by hand and machine, which is why it is used for making: furniture, floors, veneers, plywood as well as haberdashery, cutting boards, trays, coasters, rolls and brushes.


Oak is a highly valued and quality tree. The central part of the wood is light to dark brown and very durable, while the outer part is yellowish white. The oak is hard, tough, firm, durable, moderately shrunken and well cultivated. It generally dries well, although due to the appearance of collapse and cracks it requires light drying. Oak generally sticks well, although stains may appear on glued surfaces.


It stains, varnishes and paints well. During processing, corrosion of tools used to process oak wood may occur. It is used for making, building constructions, ships, bridges, carpentry (windows and doors), furniture, parquet, barrels.


Acacia is a sailing type of tree, which means that it has a darker color in the middle, and is lighter on the outside. In acacia, this contrast is particularly pronounced. It is well machined, turned and cut. Holds nails and screws well. It is prone to twisting, bending and cracking, which is why the lagoon dries. It sticks well, but more pressure is needed. The durability of the acacia tree is great.

Acacia wood is used as a technical material, most often for making fences, but for making roof constructions and piles (pillars) for trellis, when raising orchards, raspberries and blackberries. In construction, it is also used to make parquet that has a beautiful yellow color.


Ash is a light color, which varies from whitish to light brown with a natural glow. The structure of the wood is quite rough, with fairly straight and regular fibers with very few nodules. According to its characteristics (hardness, strength, toughness, workability), it is very similar to oak, but it does not have such good durability and resistance to weather conditions.

It is well processed by hand and machine, it is well turned, dried and glued. it treats well on the surface, but it stains poorly. Known for its very high elasticity and bends easily. Due to its attractive appearance, it is used for making: furniture, steps, parquet, sports equipment such as oars and walking sticks.


In addition to bearing fruit, the walnut tree is one of the most sought after in the wood industry and is very expensive. Walnut has excellent workable properties which makes it almost an ideal wood for turning. It peels, cuts and grinds well. Requires light drying.

It sticks well, is well treated on the surface, stains, varnishes and paints well. The color is dark brown to black-brown, mostly with dark stripes. Raw wood smells like leather.

It is most often used in the making of musical instruments, the making of rifle butts and the making of massive furniture.


The color of the cherry tree core is pale pink-brown when freshly cut, and over time, from exposure to light, it becomes deep golden-brown. Sapanovina is pale yellow.

The patterns of the cherry tree are straight or slightly wavy.

The cherry is easy to process, both with hand and industrial tools, and the only problem can occur during painting, considering that its dense wood receives color poorly and can give an uneven result.


It is easy to glue, bend and finely process. Cherry is most often used for: veneer, furniture, cabinets, handicrafts, musical instruments and carvings.

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