We import directly and have the panels in our own warehouse. That's why we can usually deliver the standard dimensions within just one week.
We are happy to help you with the planning and even after delivery we remain your contact for all questions about our wooden panels.
Our goal is to give more to the rainforest than we take. For every square meter of wood panel you buy from us, we protect ten times the area.
Our teak panels are manufactured in a certified craft workshop in Vietnam. The teak wood used comes from sustainably managed forests and bears the FSC® 100% certificate for particularly sustainable and responsible forest management.
Wood panels for furniture construction
Our wooden panels are ideal for furniture construction. Regardless of whether you want to build shelves, cupboard doors or kitchen units: you will find the right material made of teak or mahogany with us. The 18mm thick wooden panels made of teak or mahogany are usually used for shelves and cupboard doors. Corpuses and shelves can be built very well from the stronger variants with a thickness of 40mm. If you wish, we can supply you with the panels already cut to length and width for your project.
Teak kitchen worktops
The 40mm thick wooden panels are usually used as worktops for the kitchen. Due to their high natural durability, these teak panels are particularly suitable for use as kitchen panels. With the right care oil, the work surface can be freshened up again and again and scratches reduced.
Teak panels outside
Teak is the most popular wood for outdoor use. It has proven itself over many decades on boats and yachts and is now being used more and more often as a material for furniture in the garden. However, the special properties of the material that can occur under weathering, such as graying or surface cracks, must always be considered.
Continuous or finger-jointed
With us you will find wooden panels with continuous slats or finger-jointed. Finger-jointed means that the panels are made up of several wooden slats lengthwise and widthwise. In the case of continuous slats, the wooden slats are only connected widthwise and in one piece lengthwise. The finger-jointed version is usually a little cheaper.
Know where it comes from
We are proud that our wood comes exclusively from sustainable forestry. That's why we're happy to show you where the tree grew and what we're doing for the rainforest.Our commitment to the environment
The wooden panels of our customers
Teak top as a bathroom shelf
“We installed the 40mm thick teak panels with continuous slats in various places in our bathroom: as shelves, closet doors, washstands. A very beautiful material that sets an exciting accent.”
Teak top as a vanity
“We made our vanity from a teak board with a wavy edge. The floor in the bathroom is laid with teak parquet and the cabinet doors are made of 18mm thick boards. It’s great that there is a wood that easily withstands the humidity in the bathroom.”
Teak top as a dining table
“Our dining table consists of a finger-jointed teak top that lies unscrewed on a black Eiermann table frame. Due to the high weight of the plate, this is a stable construction and looks great.”