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Spruce-pine-fir – the Structural Application Specialist

27 Aug, 2023
Canadian Wood promotes five distinct wood species from B.C., Canada. They are S-P-F,Western hemlock, Douglas-fir, Yellow cedar and Western red cedar. All these five species are legally harvested, certified, and sourced from sustainably managed forests of British Columbia (B.C.), Canada. Each of these species is suitable for a wide range of indoor and outdoor applications.Read more
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Douglas-fir – The Canadian Wood Species That Combines Strength And Elegance In Its Applications.

29 Jul, 2023
Douglas fir is truly one of the most versatile species from B.C. Canada: Its uses range from structural applications such as beams, posts and trusses in solid wood to mass timber applications such as GLT & CLT, to manufacture of doors/windows and their frames, to furniture and so on. Its unique working properties enable itsRead more
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Functional and Eclectic Furniture Designs in Western Hemlock

23 Jun, 2023
The natural charm that wood exudes and the feeling of tranquillity that it can evoke in homes and workspaces is well known. Wood is known to be a material that transcends time. Besides being forever classic and “in tune” with the time and trends, it complements the design and colour scheme of any surrounding withRead more
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Yellow Cedar & Western Red Cedar Canadian Wood Species Just Right for Outdoors

26 May, 2023
If you are one of the lucky ones who lives in a single-family home (Bungalow/Villa) then we have good news for you. You can now enjoy the outdoors even better with wooden furniture made from naturally durable wood, that has been legally harvested from the sustainably managed forests of B.C. Canada. You need not evenRead more
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Transforming Interior Furniture Space with Canadian Wood Species

25 Apr, 2023
In spite of changing consumer preferences wooden furniture finds relevance in every household. Furniture made from wood is elegant, strong, long-lasting and requires minimal maintenance. It can work in beautiful ways to create the feeling of a warm, cosy home. With advent of social media, consumers are exposed to the best of designs and trendsRead more
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The Importance and Credibility of Sustainable Wood Sources

31 Mar, 2022
Commemorating Wood World Wood Day is a cultural event held on March 21st, the vernal equinox, to raise awareness about the importance of wood in a sustainable world through biodiversity and forest conservation. The day serves as a reminder of the inherent value and importance of wood, as well as its appropriate applications. Wood isRead more
Best Practices in Furniture Manufacturing

Best Practices in Furniture Manufacturing

15 Mar, 2022
Research studies conducted over the last few months has found that India’s furniture market is poised for take-off and is expected to cross USD 27 billion dollars by the end of 2025. Factors contributing to this swift growth include – rising disposable income of the middle class population, and an increasing number of urban households.Read more
Breathe Luxury Into Your Living Spaces With Wood

Breathe Luxury Into Your Living Spaces with Wood

28 Feb, 2022
Making your home a delightful place to live in takes a lot more effort than what meets the eye. From choosing the perfect colour palette, to arranging the furniture a certain way to compliment your home’s structure, it’s an endless experimentation process. An easy way of going about it is to add wood as anRead more
Wooden Furniture – Sustainable, Reliable, Timeless

Wooden Furniture – Sustainable, Reliable, Timeless

15 Feb, 2022
The aesthetic superiority of wood is well known, especially when it comes to furniture. Even a simple chair made of wood adds a certain panache, elegance and charm to the space it is placed in. Any kind of wooden furniture completely changes the look and feel of its surroundings. This, combined with strength, durability, versatilityRead more
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Sustainable Forestry to Mitigate Climate Change

31 Jan, 2022
“The earth is what we all have in common!” -Wendell Berry At the UN Climate Change conference, India made a net-zero commitment by 2070 while Canada aims to achieve that by 2050 despite its strictest forestry laws and regulations. In fact, Canada’s forest sector has also been one of the few who committed to theRead more