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The collection evokes the simplicity, unique character and imperfections of nature. It's exclusively made out of natural veneers. The endless variety of patterns are the work of nature: knots, grains and colour shades combined to create one-of-a-kind imperfect beauty.
Natural veneer retains the properties of wood and just like in nature every tree is different, the veneer produced from that tree will also be different in each case. There is no perfect tree. Imperfections occurring in the material are not a defect, but a natural feature emphasizing the character of the wood.
For this collection, we chose oak, walnut, and birch veneers. The color of the veneer will differ between particular orders and, as a result, we cannot guarantee its repeatability.
The most classic kind of oak, appreciated for the beauty of the flat grain and a discreet, rustic nature. Exceptionally strong and solid. Resistant to scratches, fading, and splinting. We use veneer with a large flat grain, letting the nature to surprise us with the intensity of the pattern in each batch.
An oak veneer, with the colour ranging from medium to dark brown. This is natural oak that has been subjected to a long-term treatment with ammonia, which made it darker. We use veneers with a straight vertical grain. Lighter streaks and sapwood may occur.
Due to the unique process of obtaining that color and the fact that Smoked oak sheets are difficult to process, there may be occasional edge chippings.
A veneer for those who appreciate classics and elegance. The colour ranges from medium to purplish brown, with a flat grain.
Available for all models of veneer fronts.
The most sophisticated of our veneers, dark brown in colour, with a large flat grain.
Produced from wood that is between 400 and 4,000 years old. The material is obtained from oaks felled by natural phenomenons that remained underwater for hundreds of years. As a result of all the years of reacting with iron-containing water, the wood acquired a dark, nearly black colour.
The colouring of this veneer is natural, we don't stain it. This is why the colour and its intensity will differ depending on the batch, rarely being purely black.
Due to the unique process of obtaining that color and the fact that Bog oak sheets are difficult to process, there may be occasional edge chippings.
The fronts are made on blockboard (pine solid wood strips) for the Stripe model and robust particle board for the other models, all covered with natural veneer. Fronts, as well as all panels and elements, are 18 mm thick.
Veneer is a thin decorative slice of fine wood. Veneering works better than solid wood in itself as it’s more suitable for manufacturing.
All fronts are protected with lacquer that properly preserves the veneer, at the same time allowing to retain the wood’s natural structure.
Basic fronts that can be combined with both push-open mechanism and custom handles.Select
Model with milled rectangular handles that are 15 or 55 cm long.
Fronts with milled stripes. The milled recesses are stained to match the colour of the veneer. Staining is done manually, the recesses may contain discolouring and visible knots.
This model is available on blockboard (pine solid wood strips) while the milled stripes are stained.
Note that the panels and plinths in the Stripe model are plain by default. Milled stripes variants are available as a custom priced option.Select
Fronts with handles milled along their entire length. The cross section of the handle features an acute angle, which makes opening easier.
Dividers are a supplement addition to the offer; they can be used with every model in the collection. These panels are 20 cm wide and their height is adjusted to the height of the furniture. They are installed between the bodies of the cupboards. The panel is 18 mm thick, which needs to be taken into account when planning the length of kitchen furniture. In the configurator, dividers are available in the “masking panels” section.