dimanche 17 mai 2015

Different Woods From Europe

We tend to make use of woods from South and North America and Canada, but where else do woods? I know what woods just come from Europe and what are they used for, although a large amount come from Europe?

Wow that was a mouth load!! These are all European hardwoods that are only native to Europe perfect for cool cheap wood projects.

Then there are the Birch, Elm, and Black Locust, these are also hardwood trees in Europe but they are native to both Europe and North America. Birch is employed for general timber and plywood, Elm can be used frequently for furniture, and Black Locust and flooring can be used primarily for poles, architecture, and furniture. And as I listed them Birch, Elm, and Black Locust that is exactly the same sequence of color, Birch being the lightest, Black Locust the darkest and Elm right in the middle.

Now, down to what each of the indigenous woods are used for, some are very similar so this is as there are many woods, where I will section away them for you. Maple and beech are extremely significant and very similar woods in Europe, they're both durable and very hard to wear and tear, plus they are also both pale/cream to gold/ivory in-color. They utilized for making musical instruments, and also are used to create furniture make hardwood flooring. Another very important wood of Europe is Oak, which will be similar in color to the Beech and Maple just a just a little darker, this is also found in flooring and furniture but in addition for staircases, windows, and doorways.