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Wood lexicon

Everything to do with wood

Are you looking for a suitable lamp for your home? Whether as a bedroom lamp, lighting for the kids room or as a ceiling lamp in the living room - with our lamps made of wood you give your home a very special charm. In our Elobra wood encyclopaedia you will find more detailed information about the types of wood we use and what distinguishes them. The furnishing element wood has always enjoyed great popularity. For this reason, we have made it our business to design lamps with this versatile and natural material and to produce them by hand. We have created something that combines modern design with the natural material. This is how you create a cosy atmosphere in any room.

raw material

From natural to varnished to laminated wood - we have the right lamp in our range for every taste.
Natural materials such as wood are not only unique due to their different grains, they also create a homely, cozy and at the same time modern atmosphere.

sustainability

In the manufacture of our lights, the concept of sustainability is in the foreground. We therefore only use high quality wood from responsible and sustainable forestry. We also make sure that the transport route for the materials is kept as short as possible.

processing

The processing of the wood is done carefully by hand. We decidedly refrain from using harmful substances and seal our products with water-based varnishes. In this way we can guarantee the longevity of our products and they can move into any room without hesitation.

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walnut

Latin name: Juglandaceae
Number of species: approx. 60 species
Distribution: Europe, America, Asia
Height: 15-20 metres
Age: up to 150 years
Properties of the wood: hard

Walnut wood, which is also known as walnut, is one of the best known and most popular woods in interior design. Our walnut wood lights are distinctive and classic in any living space due to their unique grain and deep brown colour. Luminaires with walnut solid wood convince with their smooth and discreetly shiny surface.

Advantages:
- easy to work with
- good environmental balance, as it is grown domestically
- represents a good substitute for tropical wood

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Oak

Latin name : Quercus
Number of species : approx. 400 species of oak
distribution : northern hemisphere
height : 30-40 m
age : up to 1000 years
Properties of wood : stable, hard

The unique wood color of the Oak gives our lights a warm but very modern look, which makes them a perfect fit in any home. Our oak lights are treated with a water-based glaze.

Species:
- White oak: English oak and sessile oak, as well as a large number of species native to North America and East Asia
- Red oak: native to North America
- evergreen oaks: mainly native to (sub) tropical regions of the world
- Cork oak: native to south-west Europe, very important for the European economy

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birch

Latin name: Betula
Number of types: approx. 50 species of birch
Distribution: Europe, Asia, North America
Height: 20-30 meters
Age: about 50 years
Properties of the wood: hard

Some of our light love lights are turned off Birch wood manufactured. The birch is a very rapidly renewable raw material and also grows on soil that is poor in nutrients. This makes it a very environmentally friendly raw material. We use birch plywood, also called multiplex, for our lamps.

Advantages of the multiplex panels:
- high load capacity, high strength
- Stability and dimensional stability
- very light weight
- More environmentally friendly, as fewer raw materials are required
- an even, symmetrical and elegant look

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