Solid tannin oak
Tannin oak refers to oak with an especially natural colour spectrum. It has a striking, brownish, strong and expressive grain. Small branches and an ethnic play of colours make this wood unique.
The special constituents of the oak, the tannins, accumulate on the surface of the wood during drying. The evaporated liquid forms a special, unmistakable pattern - the tannin clouds.
The oak darkens slightly over the years and becomes more yellowish. This is hardly noticeable because the change happens so slowly.
Two layers of very matt UV water-based paint are applied to the rough sawn surface. The surface is sanded down after every procedure. Wax is applied as the last layer.
Solid tannin oak range
TANNIN OAK INTERPRETED IN AN INNOVATIVE WAY
The tannin clouds make each piece of furniture unique. Freshly sawn surfaces and grains strengthened by brushing perfectly showcase the tannin oak's natural beauty. Anthracite-coloured corpus elements and 'soloists' make the living and dining room range versatile and individual designs become reality. The modern choice of colours, the applied craftsmanship and the rough natural design make the furniture unique and timeless.