QWEB: Hardwoods grow remarkably well in Quebec
Palais Montcalm in Quebec, home of the Violons du Roy orchestra. The interiors are fitted in Hard maple and Red oak. The colour resembles that of a violin.
Hardwoods grow remarkably well in Quebec, which is why a new information sheet has been launched to showcase its brilliance.
The online resource highlights what can be done with Canadian hardwoods—from an unpretentious piece of wood, creatives from around the world have turned them into masterpieces.
Walnut and maple side table by Mobilier 2C
“Our goal is to encourage and inspire you to use wood from trees that grow in northeast North America and also to trust Quebec manufacturers as the suppliers,” Bruno Couture, director for Hardwood and Flooring at the Quebec Wood Export Bureau, said.
More details can be found: http://quebecwoodexport.com/en/hardwood-lumber-and-value-added-hardwood-lumber.