Types of wood we use

Coniferous wood of European origin

We currently have fir in our range. It is a soft wood with a light structure and a light shade, often chosen by our customers. With the following lacquer colours we are able to give the wood the right character to meet our customers' expectations. Our basic range includes the following colours:

Oak ● Mahogany ● Teak ● Cypress ● Walnut

Any colour specified by the customer is available on request.

  • The manufacturer does not guarantee that all supplied wooden elements will have the same colour scheme (this is impossible due to the nature of the material which is wood).
  • the colouring of the wooden elements will be similar to the proposed, but not identical to the sent sample

Colour "Oak


The photos below show furniture using coniferous wood with the colour "Oak". The Duo loungers and the table with Amicus chairs are made of carbon steel painted in 9005, while the Simple benches set with pots are in 7024 RAL steel.

Colour "Mahogany"


The photos below show the Flash swivel lounger with conifer wood in the colour "Mahogany"

Colour "Teak"


The photos below show the Photon bench and the Flash furniture made of carbon steel - painted, and spruce wood painted in the colour "Teak"

Colour "Cypress"

colour cypress European coniferous woodcypress

The photos below show furniture using wood painted in the colour "Cypress", juxtaposed with both stainless steel and steel painted in 9005 RAL, and in 5011 RAL.

Colour "Walnut"


Below, the Photon solar bench is presented in a version made of carbon steel painted in the colour 9006 RAL, and using coniferous wood of domestic origin painted in the colour "Walnut". The last photo shows the Photon bench with wood in the colour "Walnut", and steel painted in 7021 RAL - dark graphite.

Any colour is available on individual request.

Hardwood of European origin

Robinia acacia

Acacia Robinia, is a wood of exceptional durability and weather resistance, making it an ideal choice for outdoor use such as urban furniture. It is characterised by a beautiful light yellow to greenish brown hue, which takes on a noble silvery colour over time. It is extremely resistant to pests and fungi, and thanks to its hardness and strength, acacia ensures the longevity and reliability of any product made from it.

Oiled acacia robiniaAcacia Robinia

Hardwood of exotic origin

A hardwood of African, South American and Asian origin. It is characterised by very high strength and a distinctive and noble structure and is protected by double oiling. The available species are as follows:

Iroko ● Sapeli ● Meranti ● Tauari ● Jatoba.


Iroko wood, also known as African oak, is valued for its unique properties, especially for outdoor applications. Firstly, it is extremely durable and resistant to rot, making it ideal for garden furniture and other outdoor structures. Secondly, it has a natural resistance to pests such as termite, further increasing its durability in harsh outdoor environments. Thirdly, iroko wood has a beautiful golden brown colour, which can develop into an attractive silvery-grey patina over time.


Below you can see pictures using Iroko wood. As the realisations show, the colour tones are wide and wood from the same batch is not uniform in colour.


A hard exotic wood with significantly higher resistance to weathering. Wood with colour tones ranging from golden to reddish-brown.


Below are pictures using Sapeli wood. The wood is characterised by mild tones with colours ranging from golden to reddish-brown.


This is a hard exotic wood of Asian origin. It has many varieties depending on its region of origin and characteristics. Depending on the species, Mranti has cream colours with transitions to pink, and reddish brown. It is an irregularly coloured wood.

Exotic wood Merantimeranti


Tauari is an exotic wood native to South America. Otherwise known as 'Brazilian oak'. It is a light wood with a warm colour and noble grain. It is very solid and durable, highly resistant to damage. Its special feature is its fragrance, similar to that of linen, which can linger for a very long time.

Exotic wood Tauaritauari

Below are the Flash double benches, the Domino 13.440.1 tables, and the Stilo 02.448 benches in double oiled Tauari exotic wood.


Jatoba is a species of exotic wood native to Africa. It is characterised by its warm, reddish colour and distinctive grain line. Its advantages include high durability and hardness. It is the heaviest wood in our range. When using this species, the higher weight of the product should be taken into account.

Jatoba hardwoodJatoba

The bench shown below is the Photon 02.009 solar bench with backrest.


  • A unique feature of exotic wood is its strength and the wide colour tones within a single species of wood. When ordering exotic wood you should expect rich colouring of the wooden elements.
  • the colouring of the wooden elements will be similar to the proposed, but not identical to the sample sent.
  • the colouring of the furniture may differ on the picture on the monitor from the actual colouring of the furniture
  • Please note that wood undergoes a natural ageing process. Over time, the colour loses its original saturation.

High pressure laminate

The plastic laminates in our range are used as a substitute for wooden elements. The use of HPL requires structural changes to the furniture. Their advantage is extreme resistance to weathering. They are less susceptible to sunlight, wind and moisture than wood.HPL is a flame-retardant material. With the right technology, laminates retain their original appearance for longer.

Woodgrain HPL

Duroplastic pressure laminate (HPL) compliant with EN 438-6 type EDF. The laminate is highly resistant to ageing, thanks to a layer of double-cured acrylic-polyurethane resins. It is a flame-retardant material.

High Pressure Laminate wood imitationHPL

HPL boards are mainly used in outdoor furniture. Below is an application of the laminate in a carport - smoking room, tables and garden furniture from the Bus series.

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