Wooden doors, windows, and furniture have an unparalleled charm of its own, making it a popular time-immemorial choice for homeowners and developers around the world.

In today’s modern world, there are several alternatives to wood in the market, however, the old-world charm exuded by wood can never be missed thus making it ideal addition that can effectively accentuate any setting or environment. Whether it’s your wardrobe, your sofa, or your dining table, wood finds its place in every household showcasing its distinct advantages, uses, and appeal for years to come.

In India, architects and interior designers have appreciated wood for a long time, mainly as it is multifaceted and has been employed in different styles and designs thereby adding to its numerous benefits compared to the other alternatives in the market.

By picking wood ethically and sustainably, people can create several eco-friendly designs. To help you learn, understand and make such decisions, we have combined an overview of the different varieties of wood/timber accessible on the Indian market and how they can be applied for interior décor and construction purposes.

Here is a list of the types of woods available in India. Every wood possesses distinct qualities, making it possible to create a visually striking outcome that will last.

Teak Wood

In India, when it comes to the vast array of wood options for construction or furniture alike, teak wood reigns supreme. It is cherished for its richeness and unwavering durability, thus rendering it an impeccable choice for doors, frames, windows; crafting beds, cabinets, and other furniture masterpieces depending on your preferences and budget. Moreover, it stands supreme in terms of its longevity and boasts innate resistance to water, thus making it an ideal selection for outdoor furniture as well. If you find yourself yearning for installing wooden flooring in your humble abode among the plethora of wood alternatives, teak wood undoubtedly stands as the epitome of excellence.

Teak wood, scientifically known as Tectona grandis usually is priced higher compared to the other timber options, the resplendent aesthetic it exhibits after being polished, combined with its imperviousness to the destructive forces of white ants and dry rot, solidifies its status as a truly valuable investment. Moreover, this remarkable wood species safeguards metal fastenings against corrosion and experiences minimal shrinkage over time. It is predominantly sourced from the regions of central and southern India.

Teak wood offers a myriad of benefits when it comes to furniture. It boasts a visually pleasing straight-grain pattern and, once polished, showcases a luscious golden-brown hue that is instantly captivating. What sets teak wood apart from other options is its exceptional durability, thus enabling it to withstand the test of time for several centuries – Literally. It’s remarkable tensile strength and compact grain structure come from the rich oils and magnesium in the timber that contributes to its resilience against various weather conditions, thus making it highly suitable for outdoor furniture and watercraft alike. It is widely used as the first choice for interiors and boat building. Some of the world’s top luxury vehicles including yachts use Teak wood extensively for interior building.

Indian Teak wood (Sagwan wood)

Teak wood in India is locally known as Sagwan wood. This shares similar characteristics and qualities to the famously known Burma Teak and hails mainly from the Western Ghats region in Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra. The rich oil and composition that comes from Indian soil produce stronger and darker golden brown colour of the timber whilst being superiorly more durable, with remarkable resilience against water-related deterioration. Consequently, it emerges as the perfect material for deployment in regions characterized by high humidity.

You can procure this timber commonly from local timber merchants or visit your state’s (in India) forest department to find the next auction sale that the local government declares. Once you secure your timber, you can have it processed at any local licenses timber sawmills like Harsha Timbers in Bangalore to suit your requirements.

Sagwan wood (Indian Teak wood) is most likely the common man’s answer to “What is the richest teak in India”, not for its price but for its highest quality amongst all teak woods originating from different parts of our world.

Sagwan typically grows in natural forests in and around the Gund Plateau of Western Ghats in Karnataka and not ‘plantations’ in India. Although teak wood is also grown in managed/planned plantations, they do not possess the impeccable qualities of the naturally grown Sagwan teak wood.

Burma Teak wood – Teak wood that grows and hails from Burma (Myanmar)

Boasting an attractive and rich golden hue and beautiful straight grains, Burma Teak is the world’s most famous Teak wood. It is the most common teak wood used in all luxury cars and yachts. Grown as a plantation in the mixed deciduous forests away from the wetter coastal tracts of Burma it is rich in minerals and supported by healthy sub-soil drainage almost all year long which allows the wood to grow at a much quick rate when compared to Indian Teak wood. Thus enabling Burma to produce more Teak wood. Since the timber grows quickly (when compared to Indian Teak wood), it has straight grains and is lighter in colour and shine. It has low nitrogen and phosphorus contents and sufficient potassium, unlike Indian teak wood which is

“Myanmar is said to account for 75 percent of the world’s teak and reportedly produces 283,000 cubic meters of teak a year, according to News Track India.” – Business Insider

Just like its Indian counterpart, Its natural oil content makes it exceptionally resistant to cold, wet weather, sunlight, rain, frost, snow, borers, termites, and fungus, thereby making it the ideal material for outdoor furniture, decking, flooring, and yachts.

India is one of the top importers of Burma Teak. When imported to India, it requires fumigation and statutory controls which adds to the cost of the timber for the end buyer. Furthermore, since the US president Obama’s visit to Myanmar in 2014 export of the timber in its log form was discontinued and only processed/cut timber slabs are available which makes it even more expensive.

Ghana Teak wood

Ghana teak is teak wood that hails from Africa and since Ghana (country) is one of the top exporter of Teak wood from Africa, almost all African teak wood is commonly referred to as ‘Ghana Teak’ in India. a highly sought-after due to its comparatively lower price, almost half of Burma or even Indian (Sagwan) teak wood.

Its] colour varies from a dark brown to a lighter golden hue or even a yellowish-white from the sapwood, which can be enhanced further with tinted wood colour. The tree, which can take up to 50 years to mature and lasts up to a century, however, is generally logged and milled in about 30-35 years from plantation.
It is darker is colour and narrower in circumference as it grows rapidly in plantations that are highly managed for productivity of timber. The yield of timber from a log form is very low which is the actual reason for it even relatively low cost being high.

Whilst it possesses the same qualities as any other teakwood the composition and oil richness varies widely depending on the region of Africa it grows in. Generally, Ghana teak grows is much drier conditions in Africa compared to its Indian or Burmese counterpart.

When imported to India is comes in log form, unlike Burma teak which comes in cut blocks.

Africa Teak Wood

African Teak, more commonly referred to as Iroko, is a wood found primarily in the tropical areas of West Central Africa. Although not as expensive as the real deal, Sagwan or Teakwood (Tectona Grandis), is still a great option for the lower price. The yellowish-gold to brown hue of the wood may darken with time. African Teak is also relatively easy to manipulate, making it perfect for projects such as boatbuilding, woodturning, furniture, flooring, and many other specialty items.

African teak ranks high in terms of durability. It is naturally resistant to rot, insects, and decay and is known for its high density. It is durable and strong thus making it an ideal selection for making outdoor furniture, flooring, and decking. The interlocked grain outline of the African teak wood has a distinct and striking appearance.

Acacia Wood

Acacia wood is an outcome of the British Raj in India, it is a timber that widely and naturally grows in the tropical and sub-tropical regions of Australia and was brought to India. Due to the nature of the tree growing fast and the characteristics it shares with Teak (sagwan) wood, it was a good sustainable alternative to Teakwood both from a forestry and consumption perspective. It can be easily spotted in most forests in Karnataka as the long thin trees that cover the forest.

It literally has the same visual qualities as Teak wood but not the tensility or strength of Teak wood. When cut/processed in longer lengths (of over 5 feet) it warps which does not allow for it to be used for long-length applications such as frame.

Since it Exhibits Tesak-like colours to an impressive shade of darkness and a visually-pleasing grain, Acacia wood is utilized for numerous purposes such as constructing buildings and most commonly making furniture. Some furniture makers and dealers in Bangalore also call it to be ‘Assam Teak’.

Since it is much much cheaper than teak wood, It is also used in making numerous household items such as decorative plates and cutting boards. This wood is highly moisture resistant thus making it an ideal outdoor furniture material. So, you don’t have to worry about rot or fungus growth.

Being native to sub-tropics; and tropical areas of the planet, this kind of tree belongs to the Fabaceae family, thus consisting of more than 160 shrubs and trees. Known for their excellent ability to withstand diverse climates, Acacia consists of over a thousand different varieties, all of which have grown to take on characteristics of their local habitat.

Indian Rose Wood

Sheesham, otherwise known as rosewood, is a type of wood that grows in regions like Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, and Odisha. It is the most beautiful timber which has red and dark chocolate grains that resembles a beetroot when mixed in a chocolate sauce. The timber has the highest contents of calcium which can be seen when processed as a white powder.

The high concentration of calcium makes the timber super strong and hard whilst also twisting the timber at the same time. Since it is twisty and super hard, it makes it difficult to work with for both saw millers and furniture makers which is probably the reason why not many carpenters like it. But the colour and grandeur it exudes makes it highly desirable to the end owners. It was one of most sought after woods by the maharajahs of India and one can find its application today in the famous Mysore Palace is Karnataka.

This timber is commonly preferred for furniture in India as it is durable, termite-resistant, and capable of taking on a wide range of polishes and finishes. It is pricier than teak due to the scarcity of availability but makes up for the expense through its eye-catching grain patterns. Thus, if you are after furniture with ornate carvings, Rosewood (sheesham) is an ideal choice.

Indian Rosewood is greatly valued in the world market. It’s durable and hardwood and is best known for its vibrant and rich colours accompanied by a sweet scent. Apart from making furniture, Indian rosewood is used for manufacturing ornamental products and for panelling purposes.

In Bangalore, you can always find Rosewood/Sheeshum exclusively stocked at Harsha Timbers any time of the year.

Sal Wood

In India, sal wood is immensely cherished amongst all varieties of wood. Characterized by its rich, dark-brown shade, it is highly durable and robust, perfect for furnishing superior support and strength in structural designs. Furthermore, sal wood is invulnerable to termites and fungi, hence a sought-after selection for Indian homeowners in crafting furniture, window frames, doors, and other essential support structures.

The remarkable Sal tree also known as Shorea robusta Gaertn is widely prized for its heaviness, lightness, effortlessness to make, and easy installment, making it the ideal pick for railroad sleepers and development ventures. Besides, it is additionally favoured for making furniture, ships, and melodic instruments, and its leaves are even utilized to craft Bidis. This wood is additionally fundamental in Ayurvedic drugs, and its organic products and seeds are a fundamental wellspring of vegetable fat. With a capacity to protect its inward structures for up to 60 years and its external surfaces for 30 years, it is nothing unexpected why sal wood is used for railroad sleepers.

Bamboo Wood

Bamboo is an up-and-coming type of wood that has grown increasingly popular in recent times. Botanically, bamboo is a collective name for various types of grass species, and the current estimate stands at approximately 1,600 distinct species. Not all these species are suitable for the process of transforming bamboo into a wood-like material, as only the so-called giant bamboo species are viable for this purpose.

Unlike other types of wood, bamboo is neither a hardwood nor a softwood; rather, it is an engineered wood created from giant bamboo, Moso. The stems of bamboo are harvested once the plant has reached its full maturity and its cellulose has become completely grown, thus resulting in a wood that is both firm and hard. Bamboo stems are hollow and, hence, cannot be cut in the same manner as a tree trunk and must be sawed and split into strips. This process produces a material suitable for many applications and is employed for everything from decking to cladding and flooring to beams for indoor and outdoor use, such as furniture, ceilings, and façades.

Sustainability is a key concern about bamboo wood. Fortunately, this material is well-regarded for its environmental friendliness and extended lifespan. The fast-growing nature of bamboo, and its ability to flourish in places where other crops cannot, its carbon-capturing qualities have further solidified its status as a potential building material for the future.

Mango Wood

Mango wood is a type of hardwood due to its robustness, density, attractive appearance, and long-lasting qualities, which contribute to its glossy texture over a prolonged period. Its exceptional properties make it suitable for the construction of various household objects such as doors, flooring, beds, tables, drawers, and furniture. The unique texture of mango wood adds to its appeal with a range of colours ranging from deep tones to light brown, occasionally with a hint of pink. Like other types of wood, mango wood tends to darken as time passes.

Mango hardwood possesses a dense grain that is sturdy, long-lasting, and does not excessively wear down tools during woodworking. Unlike other hardwoods, it can be easily cut and reshaped into any desired form. Its closely packed fibre grains enable a high level of polishing, akin to that of exotic woods, resulting in a satisfying appearance. Furthermore, mango wood responds well to waxing and staining, making it ideal to produce furniture and other household objects.

Typically, mango wood exhibits a golden-brown colour, although variations with a more yellow tone or featuring black or pink streaks can be found. These colour variations contribute to the visual allure of mango wood. However, the sapwood and outer layers of the wood are vulnerable to fungal growth and spalting, which further alter the colours and introduce black patterns in the grain.

Cedar Wood

Cedar wood is popular in India for its distinctiveness and ability to safeguard closets from humidity. It is commonly employed in the construction of outdoor furniture and extensively utilized in wooden wardrobes. Furthermore, the pleasant aroma of cedar naturally repels insects, further contributing to its desirability. With its inherent properties of being resistant to weather, fungal growth, and bacteria, cedar wood is acknowledged as the preferred option for furniture in India. Its visual allure and insect-repelling qualities make it particularly prized. Given its minimal upkeep requirements and suitability for the Indian climate, employing cedar wood for furniture in regions with high humidity is imperative for preserving the quality of your interiors.

White Cedar

Over the past few years, there has been a notable rise in the need for white cedar planks being extensively utilized in residential and office environments worldwide. These planks have demonstrated their strength, durability, and appealing appearance.

White cedar predominantly exists in regions of Southern Canada and colder climates. It possesses a light-yellow colour with uniform grain patterns that can appear straight or slightly wavy on the surface. Its inherent capability to repel insects makes it a favoured option for outdoor and indoor applications, particularly in situations where pest control is important.

Red Cedar

Red cedar is found in eastern North America and has a reddish-brown hue and unique grain patterns varying from tight knots to wide-open swirls. It possesses remarkable resistance to rot, decay, warping, shrinking, cracking, and splitting. As a result, it is highly suitable for exterior uses like decks and siding. In interior applications, red cedar and white cedar are frequently utilized as panelling or trim in homes and offices due to their attractive appearance and ability to withstand moisture damage. Additionally, these types of cedar can serve as beams for providing structural support in larger rooms without succumbing to pressure. Furthermore, red and white cedar planks are easily worked with standard tools, making them perfect for individuals interested in DIY projects.

Deodar Wood

If you prefer a lighter type of wood, deodar is a suitable option. Like cedar wood, deodar wood also has anti-fungal properties. Native to the Himalayas, deodar is the best choice for furniture in India, particularly in colder climates, as it is highly resistant to low temperatures and suitable for indoor use.

The deodar tree, also known as Cedrus Deodara, is an excellent natural windbreak due to its dense canopy and fast growth. Its wood is sought after for its attractive texture, durability, and resistance to rot, making it a popular choice for construction materials. When young, deodar trees have a pyramid-like shape with pointed tops and can grow to 20 to 50 feet in height.

Deodar wood is in high demand for its durability, resistance to rot, and fine, close grain that can be polished to a high shine. Its historical use in religious temple construction and landscaping is well-documented. Additionally, its rot-resistant properties make it an ideal material for the famous houseboats of Srinagar, Kashmir.

Silver wood

The rise in popularity of Silver Oak wood has caught the interest of furniture enthusiasts and designers because of its unique attributes and visual allure. Hailing from Australia, this perennial tree is prized for its visually pleasing silvery-gray foliage and desirable traits, such as its moderately coarse texture, appealing golden-brown coloration, and remarkable sturdiness. It is frequently employed in crafting indoor furniture like cabinets, tables, and chairs, as well as in the creation of musical instruments, windbreakers, flooring, panelling, firewood and nectar source, and veneers.

Silver wood is abrasive resistant. This variety of wood is used for joinery, plywood manufacturing, and furniture-making purposes. It is often considered a substitute for oak.

Pine Wood

Reasonably priced Pinewood belongs to the softwood category. Its dependability and steadiness make it ideal for use in construction and furniture creation. Pinewood is lightweight compared to other types of wood available. It offers a great feel making it a simple job to paint. The grain of pine wood generally exhibits a straight, medium texture, but some of its variations may feature knots and irregular patterns. It showcases a fusion of light brown heartwood and paler yellowish-white sapwood in coloration. Although classified as a softwood, pine possesses a degree of hardness that renders it appropriate for constructing furniture and buildings. Additionally, pine wood is less prone to shrinking or swelling under damp conditions compared to hardwoods.

Douglas Fir Wood

Douglas fir lumber possesses immense adaptability, making it a popular choice for various applications. Its widespread use in construction and transportation vessels, such as boats and airplanes, can be attributed to the properties of the wood itself and its abundant availability. Moreover, it can be found in countries like Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa. Douglas fir is recognized as one of the strongest woods globally in compressive and bending strength. Its strong and flexible fibres make it an ideal building material.

In coloration, Douglas fir varies based on its position within the tree. Sapwood, found closest to the bark, displays a white to light brown shade. Conversely, heartwood near the tree’s center exhibits a reddish hue. It is important to note that exposure to sunlight causes Douglas fir lumber’s colour to fade and become more muted and grayer. The versatility of Douglas fir wood allows it to seamlessly integrate into various home design styles, whether modern or rustic.

Oak Wood

Possessing remarkable strength, resilience, and longevity, oak wood is highly valued. Its durability and stability, which contribute to the tree’s extended lifespan, result in an attractive light hue with a distinctive grain that resists fungal attacks. Sustainability is a priority when sourcing oak wood; it is often obtained from naturally fallen trees. Oak’s enduring qualities make it an ideal choice for products that demand long-lasting materials, such as kitchen tools and chopping boards, as well as lighting designs that showcase a pleasing natural aesthetic.

Oak wood is renowned for its longevity and impressive resistance to damage. Available in different shades ranging from nearly white to rich dark brown, oak wood offers great stylistic adaptability. Consequently, it becomes the ultimate practical option for daily use furniture like dining tables.

Moreover, compared to mahogany wood, oak has a more affordable price point in India – perfect for budget-friendly

They can come in a wide range of colours, from light beige to various shades of brown and red. It can be challenging to differentiate between the numerous oak types based solely on colour, as red oak tends to have a rosier hue while white oak leans towards beige-brown shades. Oak trees and their limbs can exhibit an array of colours. It is common to see a significant colour disparity between the sapwood, which is closest to the bark and responsible for the nutrient distribution, and the heartwood, which constitutes the tree’s inner part.

Applying a natural finish or oil highlights the unique contrasts and characteristics of this beautiful wood, thus creating an eye-catching natural feature without requiring elaborate decoration. Depending on the finish used, oak wood may have a smooth or rough texture. Moreover, oak furniture tends to subtly change colour over time; for example, white wood usually acquires an amber tone.

Some well-known oak wood species include the following:

  • Red Oak
  • White Oak
  • Chestnut Oak
  • Scarlet Oak
  • European Oak
  • Bur Oak
  • Willow Oak
  • Pin Oak

Oak wood is prized for its high quality and is often employed in interior design for robust and long-lasting wall and floor coverings. It is also widely used in the construction industry to build houses. Known for its strength, ease of workability, and natural beauty, oak wood is perfect for floors, cabinets, and furniture. White oak has historically been utilized in creating items like wine barrels and boats due to its water-resistant properties. Oak barrels are commonly used for aging liquors.

The care required for an oak item mainly depends on its finishing or sealing process. Commercial cleaning and polishing products should be avoided as they can damage the finish. Oakwood objects should be hand washed instead of soaking in water.

Padauk Wood

Padauk wood possesses a distinct reddish-orange hue, often earning it the moniker vermillion. The moderately heavy, sturdy, and rigid wood offers outstanding stability. Its unique coloration and reasonable price make it a favourite among woodworking enthusiasts. Padauk wood strikes a perfect balance between hardness and density for high-wear uses while still being easily workable.

African Padauk lumber is extensively employed in fine joinery, ornate turnery, artistic carvings, flooring, attractive veneer, and as handles for tools and knives. Although sometimes mistaken for Rosewood, Padauk wood has a rougher texture and less intricate patterns.

In terms of appearance, the heartwood of Padauk is a vibrant red when freshly cut but turns to a darker purple-brown upon exposure to air. The sapwood ranges from 4 to 8 inches wide, with colours varying from white to brownish-yellow and differentiated from the heartwood. The texture is coarse with straight to interlocked grain patterns; the wood displays a shiny finish and emits a subtle aromatic fragrance when freshly cut.

Meranti Wood

Meranti is a robust and steady hardwood known for its applications in construction, furniture making, and boat crafting activities. Hailing from Southeast Asia, it lacks significant durability and rot resistance. Meranti wood is user-friendly when it comes to gluing, staining, and finishing, thus making it a suitable option for exterior and interior use. However, its performance falters in extreme weather conditions.

Various types of Meranti exist, including Light Red Meranti, Dark Red Meranti, White Meranti, Yellow Meranti, and Balau. Plywood made from meranti is considered more durable and resilient than solid meranti wood due to its multiple treatment procedures that enhance its stability.

Renowned for its beauty, Meranti wood is employed in the production of elegant furniture pieces that boast strength, durability, and visual appeal. The wood’s natural brown hue becomes even more striking after staining and finishing. While not as prevalent as oak in the market, meranti wood serves as an excellent alternative for general construction projects involving walls, ceilings, and floors.

Matti Wood

Matti-wood has gained popularity in the construction industry as a preferred choice for crafting doors and windows. It comes in two distinct shades – white and black. The black variant bears a striking resemblance to rosewood, yet it is considerably harder. However, the availability of Matti and similar wood types has been dwindling in recent times.

Matti wood has a historical significance commonly used in the Goan houses. The wood is found to be fire-resistant that helps hold the tiles of the old-style Goan households. This wood is common for windows and doors of structures. It is black and white in colour.

Honne Wood

Honne wood is priced higher than Matti wood, and this timber variety is predominantly utilized in crafting doors and windows. It bears a striking resemblance to teak wood in terms of texture and hue. A distinct attribute of Honne wood is the reddish tint it emits when in contact with water, serving as a reliable identification marker for this wood type.

The wood finds its use in construction work and is greatly admired for its durability, termite-resistant feature, high-quality performance, and endurance in extreme climatic environments.

Mahogany Wood

In regions with high humidity, investing in moisture-resistant mahogany wood is an excellent choice of all. This wood variety is easily recognizable by its distinct reddish-brown hue. The natural compatibility of mahogany with polishes only serves to further enhance its resistance to moisture and temperature variations.

Owing to its inherent stability, mahogany is less prone to shrinking, warping, or swelling when faced with weather-related fluctuations. The appealing wood grain and rich colour of mahogany make it a popular option for interior doors, bed frames, and even china cabinets.

Sandal Wood

Originating from India and Indonesia, sandalwood is an evergreen tree that grows between 8 and 12 meters tall with a girth of up to 2.5 meters. The tree features smooth, gray-brown bark, with small flowers on numerous short stalks. Other names for sandalwood include santal oil, white saunders oil, and East Indian sandalwood oil, alongside white or yellow sandalwood oil. This versatile plant is highly valued in the cosmetic and fragrance industries. Apart from its application in these sectors, sandalwood possesses a wide range of therapeutic properties, making it an essential medicinal plant.

Sandalwood has a distinct fragrance. The aromatic nature of the woods adds to its charm. This fine-grained wood is considered one of the most luxurious woods in the world. It is now only used for perfume, delicate wooden craft art, and oil making. In Indian households, one can find it as small wooden chunks used for pooja/worship purposes.

Unfortunately, it is illegal in India to commercially sell or buy Sandalwood as it is a protected timber species. If anybody is trying to sell ‘Sandal wood’ it is either illegal or likely an impersonated/fake wood that is artificially made fragrant.

Spruce Wood

Spruce stands as a widely favored softwood lumber variety, characterized by its incredibly soft, lightweight nature and moderate density. Numerous spruce softwood species exist, with Norway spruce, black spruce, red spruce, and white spruce being the most sought-after choices. The needles adorning these trees exhibit sharp tips and quadrate structures, possessing a brittle quality that causes them to snap when bent.

The timber derived from spruce trees boasts a pale, creamy hue and is renowned for its exceptional tonal attributes, rendering it an ideal choice for crafting musical instruments. Additionally, spruce timber finds applications in pulpwood production, interior embellishments, building projects, and fencing. Moreover, spruce wood shoots are celebrated as an excellent source of Vitamin C. Common utilization of spruce encompasses construction work, millwork, crate, and box manufacturing, paper production, and musical instrument creation.

Merbau Wood

Merbau, a unique timber variety, originates from Asia and parts of Australia and is characterized by its brown colour, heaviness, and hardness. This highly durable wood is ideal for applications requiring robust materials, such as industrial flooring and hydraulic structures. Merbau’s distribution spans Asia, Oceania, as well as Central Africa.

The versatile uses of Merbau include Structural components and panels such as sliced veneer, Facade cladding and exterior coatings, Window and door frames, Shutters, and other closures. Interior carpentry and fittings include Hardwood flooring, Indoor staircases, Doorways and frames, Wall panelling and interior cladding, Space planning, and furnishing elements, Cabinetmaking, and furniture construction

Beech Wood

Beechwood is an incredibly hard, sturdy, long-lasting, and straight-grained material. It has excellent strength qualities making it a popular choice for crafting furniture and cabinets. As one of the toughest wood types sourced from deciduous trees, beech has been traditionally utilized for constructing railroad tracks.

The versatility of beech wood extends to its use in plywood, furnishings, musical instruments, athletic gear, and miniature structures. It is appropriate for any project that won’t be exposed to dampness or water. Since beech is a hardwood, it is employed in producing musical instruments such as drum sets and guitar bodies. The tonal quality of beech lies somewhere between maple and birch, which are prominent woods used in drum construction.

A wide variety and types of timber are available at Harsha Timber & Saw Mills depending on the season and time.

Harsha Timbers, a prominent wholesaler, and retailer in Bangalore, specializes in Indian and imported timber. We procure a wide range of Indian timber varieties from government depots through an auction process.

Our work is bespoke for your requirement and almost everything is hand-crafted.

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