Chestnut is also called White Oak or Castaño. It grows in Western and Southern Europe, Asia minor and North Africa. The growing region of this tree, which loves warmth, is about the same as the wine growing area.
The heartwood is yellow to dark brown in color. Due to its slightly murky, has been used frequently in Southern Europe (Italy, Spain) for mass-produced furniture.
It is a dark tone wood, characterised by a fine grain, and soft texture. Due to its slightly murky coloring it has not been used as a decorative veneer trade in Europe s. Actually, Chestnut is used today as face veneer, furniture, paneling, stairs, parquet, special wood for shipbuilding and pilings lumber.
Yellow to dark brown beauty.
Chestnut Crown cut shows us the first bundles from a log because it is sliced over the heart. That produces the so-called cathedral structure, so much sought after in crown cut bundles and that raises its natural essence.
Here we show the natural veneer, without dying or treatments that changes its own naturally. Here, we can make the most of its yellow to dark colour, that makes it very recognizable this wood. That is why this a soft, warm and high quality veneer perfect for traditional looks or classical atmosphere.