...has a beautiful and fine structure and a varying reddish brown colour palette. A suitable type of wood for modern and classic furniture.
...is a very popular type of wood. Oak is strong, durable, robust or just elegant. Oak wood can be worked in many ways. With the proper finish, oak is perfect for making bathroom or kitchen furniture. It is also a popular wood for offices.
...compared to other woods, walnut is very much ‘alive’. A fine grain, a warm brown colour and beautiful markings. A unique type of wood with a nice, smooth surface.
...is light in colour. Strong wood with a dense and smooth structure. We make cupboards of ash wood and often spray-paint them. The wood structure remains visible.
... can be supplied in numerous finishes. Thanks to our state-of-the-art machines, our furniture makers can work very accurately and to the nearest millimetre, resulting in sleek furniture pieces.
...this combination is often chosen for an office and workplace, but is also very suitable for a modern or timeless dining table with matching chairs from, for instance, Harvink.
....careful sanding is the basis for a good final result. Helps the lacquer and paint to adhere to the wood.
...With a good finish a piece of furniture will last for years on end. Expert treatment of each piece of furniture is our trademark.
...gives wood an authentic aged appearance and brings out the wood grain. With the right brush a beautiful finished product.
...that is, or course, up to you. We have a wide range of furniture handles to choose from, from bronze to (stainless) steel, from modern and industrial to classic.
...a very important part of each cupboard. The weight of the door plays an important role in the choice of a hinge. For the drawers, we offer fully and partially extendable drawer slides, with or without dampers.
...we love to make them! As you can see from the wide variety of cupboards, tables, chairs and accessories on display in our showroom. We turn your idea into something beautiful.
Wooden furniture finished with lacquer or paint requires little maintenance, but it does need attention. Wood reacts badly to liquids and we recommend to wipe down furniture immediately after it has come into contact with a liquid. A porous vase or flower-pot can make a ring on a table top. Sharp objects may cause scratches in the wood. We advise our customers to always use mats or to apply felt to certain objects. Also be aware when using alcohol or other caustic substances. Never place a hot pan directly on an unprotected surface. This will cause ring marks which cannot be removed. Direct sunlight will cause wood (or cloth upholstery) to fade. Never expose your furniture to bright sunlight! Dust your furniture regularly with a soft dry or damp cloth without detergents. Oil finishes do require maintenance. Apply oil to nourish your wood surfaces.
You may very well be able to repair cupboard doors or drawers yourself when you find that they no longer properly close. Just adjust the hinge or the slide a little. Always make sure that your piece of furniture is level.
Wood is a natural product; beautiful, characteristic and warm. It is strong and durable and each piece of wood is unique. Knots and tiny crazes give wood character. Temperature differences may cause wood to warp. This is a property of wood. The recommended relative humidity is between 40% and 60%.
We can sand damaged or antiquated table tops and finish them again for you, provided the top is made of solid wood. We do not sand veneer tables. To remove paint from an entire table or cupboard, it may be an idea to treat it with lye or to blast it. Let us advise you on the options. A specific colour may give a dark cupboard a completely different look. We can often fix a wobbly chair or one with loose joints for you. We do not reupholster chairs or sofas.
To restore an antique piece of furniture we recommend you refer to a restoration workshop.