DOMOTEX 2019, 11 - 14 January
Castro & Filhos
Lumber Name(s): White Oak, American White Oak.
Grown in: North America w/related species throughout Europe & Asia.
Description: This tight-grained quartered wood hearkens to the classic traditions of the Arts & Crafts movement and Mission style furniture. It is sought after for the "fleck" found in the quarter sawn selection, which lends a classic look to any formal setting.
Color Range: White Oak has a medium high degree of color variability and ranges from light tan colors to medium tan colors with a grayish cast to medium brown colors. We offer highly selected straight grain offerings, which are color selected to yield a uniform medium tan color.
Color Change: White Oak undergoes a medium degree of color change, with a slight ambering over time.
Where to Use: White Oak may be used both residentially and commercially. It is sought after for the «fleck» found in the quarter sawn selection, which yields a distinguished classic look to any formal setting.
Botanical Name: Quercus robur
Other Common Names: European oak, Rovere, Quercia, Chene, Eiche, Eik
Common Uses: Boat building, Carvings, Cooperages, Decorative ...
Lumber Name(s): Cumaru, Almendrillo.
Grown in: Brazil, Bolivia, Peru, Costa Rica.
Description: Brazilian Teak is an extremely hard, dense wood with a tan to ...
Lumber Name(s): Afzelia / Apa / Doussie.
Grown in: West & Central Africa.
Description: Doussie is a beautiful orange/brown wood which ages to a medium brown ...