To protect and tone wood, we use oil with hard wax from the Austrian manufacturer Adler Lacke. It is the most popular in Europe, a very modern manufacturer that cares about the environment and the safety of its products.
Our line is based on three toning colors, each of which is then additionally protected by a final protective layer of transparent oil. Since the ash we use most often has a light yellowish color, it can be toned in different colors similar to other types of wood.
The most popular tone. It is ordered most often. It gives ash an expressive tone similar to aged oak, leaving dark veins in the wood structure.
Palisander color texture
The darkest tone of our line. Gives ash a rich dark color, similar to walnut or an exotic African species of wood - ebony.
Ebony color texture
A light barely noticeable tone that muffles the yellowness of the ash, and makes it seem more burnt in the sun.
Antique color texture
In cabinet furniture, in addition to the oil, we also use a lacquer coating from the same manufacturer, Adler Lacke. For toning, we have chosen three of the most expressive modern tones that complement the oil tinting line. They can be used both completely for toning cabinet furniture and in combination with oil.
We offer three main combination options. We usually paint the facades in one color, and the furniture body in another. But if you wish, you can order any combination.
The dark, saturated black color almost completely shades the wood, but leaves the structure of the veneer or solid wood visible. It goes well with Palisander or Ebony oil tones.
A slightly lighter tone, through which the structure of the wood is visible, but it is still much darker than the tone of the oil. Goes well with Antique or Palisander oil tones.
Almost completely shades the wood in white, but leaves the texture visible. The color of the wood also barely shines through it, leaving the feeling of a natural material.
You can choose any tone from those presented on the website. Or contact us if you need any special color.
It is worth knowing that the color of the product depends on both the toning and the color of the wood itself, as well as the texture of the board. A board with a radial cut has a more pronounced texture, so the color can be darker. Color depth is also affected by the lighting under which the object is placed in your room.
We hope this information will help you with your choice. If you still have questions, please contact us. We will be happy to help!