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Solid Larch Wood is a high grade timber, kiln-dried to prevent warping and shrinking. Less brittle and more flexible than other timbers, it can bear heavy weights with ease. Our frames feature interlocked joints, secured with corner blocks for increased strength.

Superior resilience

Larch is a naturally rot resistant timber. It’s known for its longevity and was famously used in the construction of the ancient city of Venice. Larch trees have been referred to as “trees of eternity”.

Superior resilience

Superior resilience

Larch is a naturally rot resistant timber. It’s known for its longevity and was famously used in the construction of the ancient city of Venice. Larch trees have been referred to as “trees of eternity”.

Natural beauty

Natural beauty

Larch has a light colour, with a prominent grain and darker knots. The trees grow in harsh conditions, which results in a durable timber that has a tight composition.

Great all-rounder

Great all-rounder

After experimenting with several wood types, Larch was a clear winner. Strong. Solid. It’s significantly less brittle than timbers such as Oak, Ash or Walnut. Our larch frames feature interlocked joints, secured with corner blocks for increased strength.

“Many furniture makers use weak or brittle timber for their frame. We opt for Larch as it has a greater lifespan. Several of our bestsellers are a testament to this.”

Flexible and adaptable

Flexible and adaptable

Tough and flexible, we used Larch for products that bear heavy weights, such as sofa frames. It has been kiln-dried, which is a process that removes most of the moisture within the wood. So it won’t warp or shrink.

Friend to the environment

Friend to the environment

Larch grows fast and plentiful. Using this timber is an environmentally friendly choice. Something to feel good about as you kick back and relax. Ours is consciously sourced from Russia.