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2. NUT TREE
4. ULM /RÜSTER
A distinctive feature of elm is its typical ring pores. The latewood vessels join together to form fine wavy lines, between which the earlywood veins draw bright, yellowish-white areas. The resulting wood texture is very lively. The decorative wood of the elm is one of the most visually interesting European wood species.
5. COMBINE WOODS
As far as the floor is concerned, a combination of the same or similar woods is particularly suitable if the visual accent of the room is to be set on other furniture or areas, such as the fitted kitchen.
6. MASSIVE WOOD
In addition to its ecological advantages, solid wood is characterised by the preservation of the unchanged, grown structures of the wood. Characteristic of solid wood are natural differences in colour and structure, irregularities or knotholes, which make each piece unique.