Pine, Common Pine
All Pine species
Central, Northern and Eastern Europe.
"Pine is the most common species of tree in the world. Its subspecies are found from the Arctic Circle to the mountain regions in the tropics. Most used species for the production of veneer in Central Europe are the Common Pine (Pinus sylvestris) and in Southern Europe the Maritime Pine (Pinus pinaster). Known as veneer wood in the USA are primarily the Carolina Pine (either Pinus echinata or Pinus taeda) or the Oregon Pine ( trade name for the Douglas Fir; although not actually a Pine species)."
Sliced and peeled veneer It is also used for doors, parquet, paneling and lining. Popular as solid wood for country-style furniture and rooms as well as for Scandinavian-style furniture.