Solid wood cabinets are made entirely of solid wood boards and are known for their immense durability and stability. They can last for decades and their high tear and wear resistance is unrivalled by all other wooden cabinets.
Solid wood cabinets come in a variety of wood types, including birch, oak, walnut and more. They can bring charm and warmth to any room with their beautiful and natural grain patterns.
South American Cherry is a type of hardwood material that grows in South America’s Amazon River basin. Its heartwood ranges from a bright red to reddish-brown color and darkens after sun exposure.
It is popular for high-end interior decoration, turning and carving, and making musical instruments. South American Cherry has medium density and is easy to process, nail and glue. It also has good bending properties, low stiffness, medium strength and seismic resistance
American Cherry’s heartwood ranges from a dark, rich red to a reddish brown, and is ideal for high-end interior decoration, turning and carving, and making musical instruments.
American Cherry has medium density and is easy to process, nail and glue. It also has good bending properties, low stiffness, medium strength and seismic resistance.
American Red Oak is a tree species native to eastern North America. It is a popular hardwood material used for furniture, flooring, and cabinetry.
The wood has a light reddish-brown color with a prominent grain pattern. It is heavy, hard, and strong with medium stiffness and shock resistance.
Russian ash is a widely used and high-quality timber species that enjoys a high reputation in the international market. It has a price of 4-5 times higher than coniferous tree species.
The trunk is straight and the material is tough and dense, rich in elasticity, with a straight texture and smooth planed surface. It has good adhesive and paint properties and good decorative properties.