Simple, practical and beautiful spaces
- Atlantic Blue
- Coldharbour Grey
- Brockwell Moss
- Effra Blue
- Market Mustard
- Ruskin Blossom
- Half Moon White
- Helix Grey
Fumed oak has a dark and brooding tone. The grain of the wood is not compromised by the fuming process (in fact some say it is enhanced), so its pattern runs throughout.
The most common tree in the capital, London plane has a rich, warm tone. It is patterned with distinctive flecks; depending on the viewer these might remind you of animal print, brushstrokes or an abstract graphic.
Elm typically has a large and dramatic grain and the ripples running through the wood are evocative of zebra stripes. The wood’s golden tones gently soften the pattern.
The palest of our woods, beech is an unusual combination of subtle linear markings and speckles. These alternate in tone, so when the linear markings are darker the speckles are lighter and vice versa.
The most traditional in our selection, cherry has a quintessential swirling wood grain and warm rich tones.
Ranging from pinks to greens, sweet chestnut is imbued with subtle variations of colour which come to the fore the more you study it. The wood has a soft, gentle tone and grain markings throughout.