Our collection of solid Ash wood furniture includes beds,chairs, side tables, and much more. They are made with Russian or Canadian solid Ash wood which guarantees their durability and outstanding natural look.. Exportbeds.com Ash wood furnitures are available in several models , suitable for all styles of decoration: rustic, minimalist ,modern, Scandinavian, traditional or country house. Exportbeds Ash wood furniture tints are a match for any bedroom.
Stains & Finishes
Our Furnitures finishes are obtained with eco friendly stains . All pieces are sprayed, then hand wiped to achieve maximum grain clarity. All products are then sealed to protect the stain and the product itself before they are prepared for a final top coating . The final top coating layer is specifically designed for furnitures that are exposed to intense use , extreme moisture and household chemicals.
How to measure Ash wood Hardness
To measure which wood is hardest and which softest, experts use the Janka Hardness Scale. This scale was invented in 1906 by Gabriel Janka (thus the name Janka scale) who was an expert on wood. In the US, it was officially accepted and standardized in 1927 by the ASTM (American society for testing and material).
The Ash wood is a smooth-grained hardwood known for its durability thoughness and and elasticity . With its typical straight grain and beige-to-light-brown hue, ash wood is a very attractive option for fine furniture. It’s one of the most durable varieties and has an extensive history in furniture making. It is durable, lightweight, aesthetically pleasing, and absorbs wood stains well. Its characteristics as a lightweight and shock-resistant wood have made it not only a favorite for furniture but also for baseball bats, tool handles, and more . Today ash is making a splash in home furnishings, particularly in the mid-century modern style. Also know as Fraxinus, its scientific name ,the Ash is a member of the olive tree family. There are dozens of varieties of ash trees native throughout North America and Asian . White ash and green ash are the most prevalent.
Is Ash a Hardwood or a Softwood?
Hardwood or Softwood are not indicator of durability or density but a reference of the type of tree the wood came from. Ash is a hardwood, along with cherry, oak, walnut, and maple. In contrast, some of the common softwoods found in woodworking include pine, fir, and cedar. In general, hardwood comes from deciduous trees , which lose their leaves annually. Softwood comes from conifer, which usually remains evergreen. The trees from which hardwood is obtained tend to be slower growing, meaning the wood is usually denser.
At Exportbeds.com we regroup a serious workforce of nationalities and different cultures sourcing,selecting, designing and manufacturing furniture from sustainable forests within Europe North America and Asia . We make sure that our business partners employ recycling initiatives to ensure waste is reduced to the minimum