Mark Goodger

Oak

Oak has many global variations.
European Oak, also known as English or French Oak, is found in Europe. It is a well known and very popular wood due to its different types and strength yielding many uses. It can have a very simple clean look or a highly figured finish varying from tree to tree. European Oak can be Golden-yellow to light-brown in colour.
Brown Oak is from the United Kingdom and its name is derived from its red-brown colour which is resulted from an attack by “beef-steak” fungus. This usually give the wood an even colour, however, sometimes the wood can be streaked with a light brown giving it the name Tiger Oak.
American White Oak, or White Oak, is found in North America. It is a very popular Oak used for many different functions. It can have a broad range of colour from yellow to a medium brown.
American Red Oak, or Northern Red Oak, is also found in North America. It grows quicker and taller than White Oak which produces a coarser more open grain.

Oak

Oak has many global variations.
European Oak, also known as English or French Oak, is found in Europe. It is a well known and very popular wood due to its different types and strength yielding many uses. It can have a very simple clean look or a highly figured finish varying from tree to tree. European Oak can be Golden-yellow to light-brown in colour.
Brown Oak is from the United Kingdom and its name is derived from its red-brown colour which is resulted from an attack by “beef-steak” fungus. This usually give the wood an even colour, however, sometimes the wood can be streaked with a light brown giving it the name Tiger Oak.
American White Oak, or White Oak, is found in North America. It is a very popular Oak used for many different functions. It can have a broad range of colour from yellow to a medium brown.
American Red Oak, or Northern Red Oak, is also found in North America. It grows quicker and taller than White Oak which produces a coarser more open grain.

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