We know about its weaknesses and flaws; but the beauty and its warm touch made us research into finding ways to use it at its best.We always choose the best looking pieces of wood.

We buy very small quantities and we check every piece, so that our our design would be completed with the natural beauty of wood. Strength and looks are our requirements so we use only 100% natural wood. The stronger and denser the wood, the more beautiful it finishes. This is why we only use rare exotic wood. Their colors are astonishing and the hardness - amazing. We use a large variety of wood. We test even more and it never stops to amaze us through its beautifulness. From the most common Hornbeam to the eccentric and very rare Purpleheart, wood will always be a very hard material to control. This fact is what makes it more interesting: wood is still alive even after it was turned into a final product: it still breathes, it still absorbs moisture and it will change form.


Comes from a vast family of trees and bushes, Bocote being the Spanish name for the species from Central America. It is a very colorful wood with very dense colours. Mostly found in Mexico and Central/Southern America. These trees grow up to 30m tall and 1.5m in trunk diameter. Likely to be somewhat expensive, close to other mid-to-high priced exotic hardwoods.

08950 N
30 M
855 Kg/m3


Is a species of juniper native to eastern North America from southeastern Canada to the Gulf of Mexico and east of the Great Plains. Juniperus virginiana is a dense slow-growing coniferous evergreen tree that may never become more than a bush on poor soil, but is ordinarily from 5-20 m, with a short trunk 0.1 -1m in diameter.

04000 N
35 M
530 Kg/m3


Is a tropical hardwood of Central American trees belonging to the genus Dalbergia. Only the heartwood is used. The sapwood (not often used) is a creamy yellow, with a sharp boundary with the heartwood. The heartwood changes color after being cut. The heartwood is dense and will sink in water. Because it stands up well to repeated handling and exposure to water, a common use is in gun grips and knife handles. It is very hard and fine textured but is easily machined, although due to the abundance of natural oils, the wood tends to clog abrasives and fine-toothed saw blades, like other very hard, very dense tropical woods.

14140 N
18 M
1095 Kg/m3


Ebony can be found in Equatorial West Africa. Trees grow up to 18m in height and 1m in diameter. Heartwood is usually jet-black, with little to no variation or visible grain. Gaboon Ebony is among the most expensive of all available lumbers.

13700 N
18 M
955 Kg/m3