All FLEXA furniture is made of wood drawn from nature.When trees are felled, it is important to show consideration for the woods themselves as well as the plants and animals that live there.
The wood used to make FLEXA furniture is collected from the northern latitudes, where trees grow slowly on account of the cold. It is a drawn-out process, but one that generates wood with an excellent fibre structure and greater mass (the “filler” between the rings) and provides us with top quality wood that contains few knots.
In this way, Mother Nature herself helps us to make furniture of the highest quality. And when Mother Nature lends a hand, it is only natural for us to repay the favour.
FLEXA has close and trusting working relationships with the suppliers who deliver the wood used to make FLEXA furniture.
All the residual products from the preparation process are used. In the production of FLEXA furniture, the wood is dried, planed and rounded to become the finished high-quality material.
Once this has been done, all the surplus wood, bark, shavings and sawdust are collected and compressed to make wood pellets. These are then used to generate heat and energy.
At FLEXA, production walks hand in hand with Mother Nature.
Durable quality with espect for the environment
FLEXA furniture is made of wood treated with eco-friendly UV varnish, which is free of formaldehyde, solvents and toxic colorants. The varnish is very hard-wearing and makes our furniture elegant, robust and more resistant to signs of wear and tear. At the same time, we place the greatest emphasis on ensuring that our furniture is not hazardous – to children or their surroundings.