Each fitting contributes to the entire final result. That is why the appearance and durability of each fitting, even the tiniest one, that is part of the room arrangement, should be a decisive factor. Beech mouldings are one of those “little things” that are actually quite important in creating the impression that the design makes. Why is it worth investing in this type of wooden moulding? What needs to be taken into account when selecting a moulding?
Beech is durable and resistant to damage. Beech mouldings are made of natural material, hence they ideally complement floors and furniture made of real wood. Only then, the whole design will have a coherent aesthetic appearance. Beech mouldings, just as with other natural materials, can be treated with the same lacquer or oil as the other wooden fittings. Consequently, all of the fittings complement one another, which results in a unified and flowing design.
The key element of any piece of furniture are its front panels, as they create the overall impression. There is a wide selection of product materials, finishing materials and colours to choose from. The back and side panels are usually different as they are made of a different material type.
Various techniques may be used when making front panels, and the final result depends largely on the quality of the material. Our company offers the highest-quality materials, such as solid beech, extremely hard and durable, with a slightly orange shade, oak, a very popular species that is resistant to wear and mechanical damage, sycamore, soft and pliable, and American walnut, elastic and resistant to dents, with a colour that ranges from light brown to dark chocolate brown and features characteristic streaks.