Drawers are made of top quality oak, ash and maple wood, which we have in stock. If desired, we can make drawers of any other wood species.Drawers are available with 14 mm thick solid wood sides.Bottoms are made using 6 mm MDF board, veneered on both sides. Bottom thickness is also available in 9 mm, if desired.

Oak

Oak is widely distributed in Europe, Asia, and America. It has been used for the manufacture of furniture since ancient times. Colour is a beautiful tan, with conspicuous growth rings. Wood is strong, elastic, durable and resistant to external impact. Oak wood undergoes a long drying process and tends to crack in drying, so working oak requires experience and skill.

Maple

Maple is distributed all over Europe, America, and the Far East. Maple is a very light-coloured wood with a slight yellowish tinge. It is often paired with dark wood for contrast. Two varieties of maple are distinguished: European and Canadian. The latter has exceptionally good strength properties. Maple requires particular care in drying, because it tends to crack.

Ash

Ash is distributed predominantly in Central Europe. Ash is a light-coloured wood with a yellowish tinge and prominent texture. Ash has slightly better strength properties compared to oak.
American walnut

Walnut is one of the most valuable wood varieties. It is often used to manufacture decorative furniture or furniture parts, and musical instruments. Wood has shiny appearance; heartwood can range from light to dark brown, and sapwood is creamy white. Growth rings are straight or wavy. Walnut wood gets lighter in colour over time. Wood is stable, durable and has good shock resistance, but is not as hard as oak.