Central, Southern Europe and America.
Initially a soft pink, when exposed to light the wood takes on a warm tone. Fine pores, very uniform and typically exhibiting a semi gloss.
Owing to its exclusive elegance, it has been preferred for furniture since time immemorial. It is one of the types of veneer most frequently used in period furniture making. European Cherry can also be combined with lighter or darker types of wood, as well as other materials. European Cherry is used in interior finishing for all wall and ceiling paneling, doors and for furniture built into business and presentation rooms.