Wood is used in interiors as a surface material for walls, ceilings and floors, furniture, stairs, windows and doors, in features and decorations, etc. The use of wood extends from small private facilities to large public social and official premises.
Very often, wood is used because of the way it looks. The different colours and structures of types of wood and the different interior products made of wood such as panels, veneers, plywood and glued laminated boards enable the use of wood in countless different ways. In addition to whitewood, redwood and birch, other types of wood are also used in interiors. The most common are oak, alder, aspen, maple and ash.
The use of wood is also attractive because of its ease of use. Wood products are handy in terms of their size and light to transport, simple to put up and no special expertise or tools are needed to work with them. Ready surface-treated products and complete interior systems make the use of wood easier than ever. If desired, wood can be carved, milled or lathed into very intricate interior elements.