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A single plank enters the home, and warmth spreads. Taken from nature, it draws the spirit of the mountains and fields into the living space. Different types of natural wood emit different magnetic fields and various attractions, displaying unique and enduring beauty. It not only becomes a highly practical item in the home but also carries an eternal and unchanging quality within. So, how do you choose the most visually appealing wood slab?

Japanese Zelkova
Growing Region: Japan
Properties: Air-dried density approximately 0.79g/m3
Japanese Zelkova has clear wood grain, even texture, and a soft and flowing color tone. It is heavier than most common hardwoods and ranks moderately high in terms of wood hardness and impact resistance, making it suitable for shaping. In Japan, it is highly esteemed for its beautiful patterns and high hardness, and it is used in palaces, temples, and large wooden structures. Centennial Zelkova is especially coveted.

In Japan, Centennial Zelkova is considered almost divine and has become extremely rare due to overharvesting, with only a few intact trees surviving. It takes a year for a tiny green shoot to emerge from the ground in the case of Japanese Zelkova. To see it flower and bear fruit, it takes at least 80 years. Its rarity in the market is extreme, and large-sized Japanese Centennial Zelkova is even more precious, making it hard to come by and highly valuable as a collectible.

Zelkova Wood Space
The quality of top-grade Japanese Zelkova wood is visually evident in the space. The clear and dense ink line patterns exude a magnificent atmosphere, combining ruggedness with delicacy. Different lighting and spaces create unique atmospheres, bringing the mystery and grandeur of nature into the living space. It is rare and precious, influencing every inch of life within the space. The centennial wood records every moment spent together on this plank.


Black Walnut

Growing Region: United States
Properties: Air-dried density approximately 0.66-0.69g/cm3
Black Walnut, a precious native wood in the United States, is known for its hardwood and clear grain texture. Furniture made from it is stable in shape, resistant to decay, cracking, and warping. It exhibits strong resistance to corrosion and heat due to its outstanding performance and limited storage quantity, making it one of the world's three most precious wood types.

Applications and Value
Black Walnut is highly expensive. Its wood is used for piano surfaces, high-end cars, and yacht interiors. The very valuable California Black Walnut burl wood is used in world-famous cars like Rolls-Royce, Bentley, and Maybach. Even in European palaces like the Louvre and Versailles, there is a wealth of Black Walnut wood furniture that has been preserved to this day. It is often referred to as "naturally noble."

Suitable Scenarios
The warm color of Black Walnut can fit various spaces. Different table legs can serve different functions, making it suitable for use as a dining table, tea table, desk, or multi-functional table. It can also be used as a coffee table in the living room when paired with small table legs, creating an organized space.

Kazanahome offers a variety of black walnut wood tables and black walnut wood epoxy river tables. We believe there's always one that can add warmth and a cozy atmosphere to your home.

White Oak
Growing Region: Europe, North America
Properties: Air-dried density approximately 0.74-0.76/cmi
White Oak, also known as White Oak English, is one of the longest-lived tree species, with some trees living for over 600 years. It is widely distributed in various regions of the northern hemisphere. In the furniture industry, only American White Oak is considered genuine White Oak. It is heavy and hard with moderate compressive and bending strength, low rigidity, and requires certain drying techniques due to its slow drying rate.

White Oak is extensively used in high-end furniture. Due to its long maturation period, it is widely regarded as a high-end furniture material. Oak can be seen everywhere, from imperial thrones of the Middle Ages to royal carriages, palace furniture, and oak barrels for aging wine. Even the floors of the Palace of Versailles and the Louvre in France are made of oak, highlighting its undeniable value.

Conveying a Low-Key Temperament
Returning to a place adorned with White Oak, you can shed the day's fatigue and relax in an environment characterized by precision and freshness. With the advanced warmth of White Oak, it conveys an understated and elegant temperament. Empty your mind and embark on a healing journey with White Oak.


White Poplar

Growing Region: France, Eastern United States
Properties: Air-dried density approximately 0.386g/cm3
With its broad crown, white to gray-white bark, and the creation of large boards from distorted tree roots, White Poplar wood is particularly rare and thus considered precious. Its unique grain patterns, created after experiencing trauma, give the otherwise ordinary patterns a special and unique quality, full of life.

Brilliance within Imperfections

Poplar Wood
Grown in: Europe, North America
Properties: Air-dried density approximately 0.6-0.72g/cm3
Poplar wood exhibits exceptional resistance to corrosion, long-lasting durability, and ease of maintenance, making it a popular choice for various furniture components, decorative moldings, and picture frames. Its irregular and imperfect nature, resulting in unique and irregular textures, adds a touch of charm. These imperfections give it a sense of rebirth, like a wondrous painting unfolding in endless time.

Kazanahome offers a range of white poplar wood epoxy resin dining tables. These dining tables are crafted from solid poplar wood and exemplify the live-edge style, showcasing the organic contours of the wood's edges. Each table is individually handcrafted, ensuring that no two tables are the same, making it the focal point of any dining room.

Ash Wood
Grown in: Europe, North America
Properties: Air-dried density approximately 0.6-0.72g/cm3
Ash wood thrives in dry climates, aging gracefully with a hard but soft-to-the-touch texture. It features a glossy surface and beautiful grain patterns, with a subtle striated effect created by the contrast between its light brown heartwood and creamy-colored sapwood. The natural and intricate texture of this wood adds visual interest with its crisscrossing lines.

Applications and Value
Ash wood furniture is highly favored by European royalty and nobility. Many exquisite pieces, such as high chairs, cabinets, jewelry boxes, and dressing tables, are crafted from white wax wood. Notably, the Trusteeship Council Chamber at the United Nations Headquarters in New York, designed by Danish architect Finn Juhl, incorporates ash wood throughout its interior. The wood's graceful texture and elegant color contribute to a unique and welcoming decorative atmosphere, making it akin to an art piece.

Experience the Flow of Life
The resilience and excellent steam bending properties of ash wood offer endless possibilities for furniture design. By combining elements such as natural forms, tactile textures, and color language, a distinctive design signature unique to ash wood is created. This integration of subtle elements into space fosters a minimalist natural style, allowing one to feel the flow of life from the moment they step inside their home.

Versatile Settings
The fresh ash color palette, along with ample open spaces, creates a highly adaptable environment. Ash wood's softness and warmth contribute to a healing ambiance throughout the space. Using a single board of ash wood for a functional dining table or desk, according to personal preference, can infuse an air of elegance and refinement into the surroundings.

Kazanahome offers a wide range of ash epoxy dining tables. Made from high-quality ash wood, the table features unique live edges that retain the raw, organic beauty of the wood's natural contours. The live edges are artfully enhanced with epoxy resin to create a charming river effect that runs through the center of the table, adding a touch of modern elegance to its rustic charm.


Rain Wood
Grown in: North America, Europe, and Southeast Asia
Properties: Air-dried density approximately 0.64g/cm3
As its name suggests, the rain tree can capture and release rainwater through its leaves, earning it the nickname "Rain Tree." It is one of the finer quality woods, known for its strength and hardness. With sapwood in a milky white shade and heartwood ranging from light brown to deep chocolate, sometimes featuring purple hues and darker streaks, it possesses a strong and striking grain pattern.

Distinctive and Bold Striped Patterns
Rain wood boasts highly noticeable grain patterns. It is an excellent choice for placement in a dining room for family gatherings. Even with daily use, it won't grow tiresome due to its perfect balance of color saturation, mild hues, and clear but uncomplicated grain lines. This allows it to harmonize seamlessly with the overall atmosphere of the space, without standing out abruptly.

Space Presentation
When integrated into a modern minimalist space, rain wood breaks the monotony of white, coldness, and emptiness. Adorned with soft furnishings and emphasized by precise lighting, a single plank of rain wood releases the dynamic essence of the space. Modern aesthetics can indeed coexist harmoniously with nature.

Kazanahome has launched a variety of rain wood epoxy resin dining tables.Our Rain Wood Epoxy River Table is a testament to meticulous design and impeccable craftsmanship. The rich, organic textures of sustainably sourced wood are beautifully contrasted with the sleek, transparent epoxy resin, creating an entrancing river-like effect that captivates the eye. This fusion of natural and contemporary elements brings unparalleled elegance to your dining area.