Beech is a hard and heavy wood with porous timber but annual rings are clearly visible. The colour is a pleasant reddish tan. The grain is fine and the structure is calm.
Swiss Pine is a very soft type of lightweight wood, characterized by its pale yellow colour, reddish sapwood and numerous red/dark knots. It has a straight grain and an irregular texture. Swiss Pine Wood has a pleasing scent.
Spruce wood is a soft, lightweight wood. The colour of spruce wood is light blonde with middle-brown markings. Spruce has a strong striped grain.
Walnut is a hard and durable type of wood, which is quite heavy. It has an irregular grain and a clear structure of the growth rings. The colour is a mix of dark brown nuances.
Cherry wood is a hard and strong, medium-weight type of wood. The colour is medium brown with reddish nuances. Cherry wood has fine pores and the grain is clear but always elegantly restraint.
Lime is a soft, medium-weight wood. It has a fine and dense structure. The colour is creamy white and the annual rings are not visible.
Ash is a hard, heavy and porous wood. The colour is an interplay between light brown and distinctive, lively medium brown grain.
Larch is valued for being tough and medium. The light yellow timber is marked by a very dominant dark red grain.