Guide to Woods we use
We use Tulipwood sourced from managed sustainable woodlands. Tulipwood is a hard wood yielded from the tulip tree found on the eastern side of North America. The tulipwood tree resembles the shape of the European poplar, hence its name in USA. the grain is usually straight, with a fine texture. The sapwood is creamy white and may be streaked with the heartwood varying from a pale yellowish colour to olive green. The green colour in the heartwood will tend to darken over time on exposure to light and turn brown. Common uses include: furniture, kitchen cabinets, doors and mouldings.
We use English or American Ash wood sourced from managed sustainable woodlands. Ash is a hard wood with a medium to coarse texture similar to oak. The grain is almost always straight and regular, though sometimes moderately curly or figured boards can be found. Common uses include: Flooring, millwork, boxes/crates, baseball bats, and other turned objects such as tool handles.