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LIVING WITH WOOD. A TIP:

The key to healthy living is the atmosphere in the room. The main criteria here are its CO₂ content, relative humidity and temperature.

Ideally the relative humidity should be between 40 and 60%. Admonter natural wood products are also designed to be kept in such conditions.

In winter, however, heating can have the effect of reducing the humidity to below the bottom end of this range. In additional to regular ventilation, house plants and air humidifiers, it is also extremely useful to check the humidity using a hygrometer.

GOOD FOR THE ATMOSPHERE IN A ROOM, AND ACQUIRES EVEN MORE CHARACTER WITH THE PASSAGE OF TIME. THERE IS NO OTHER MATERIAL TO EQUAL WOOD FOR NATURAL FLAIR.

Whether we walk on it barefoot, stroke it with our fingertips or enjoy feasting our eyes on its markings – wood is a material like no other. A material that speaks to us through all our senses. It is a part of the outdoor world placed in our homes, connecting us with nature and with the original architecture of densely forested lands. Even when it has been turned from a tree into something else, it still remains a living thing. Its cells absorb moisture and then release it again slowly. Wood thus has a balancing effect on the room environment and improves one's health.

As a living material, wood has another excellent property: With the passage of time it gains even greater character whilst retaining its shape. The sun's rays will produce colour changes that are entirely natural. Small traces are left behind as evidence of the passage of time. The grace of patina. All these things contribute to the visual impact of a room. It really is an incredibly beautiful thing.