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We are so proud of it ! What makes our artwork unique ?

Each of our creations is the result of many different carefully selected pieces of wood that we use in the manufacturing process.

Our artists know what inspiration and imagination are! They adapt their work to all the unique pieces of wood that Mother Nature has created.  The raw materials that we choose must meet our very high quality standards in order to be selected.

Our goal is to produce entirely handmade, unique and quality artwork. Each of Fabrique B’s creations is conceived, designed, created, cut, assembled, sanded and polished with all our passion.

All of Fabrique B’s artwork are treated and protected with a unique combination of 100% natural products without any petroleum solvents or other petroleum-based products.

The oil utilized during the final step for finishing and protecting, complies with the FDA standards : ‘’Safe for food contact surfaces’’ (FDA 21 Sec 175.300).

Each creation receives a unique Fabrique B treatment which is applied in 4 steps.  This process provides each of our wooden artworks with a beautiful satin and durable finish.



Our passion is quite simple: To offer a 100% unique, high quality product, which hopefully gives you as much fun and joy as it did us, while crafting it.  



Maple / Acer saccharum


Distribution : Northeastern North America


Color : Maple wood presents various colors within its trunk. The colors range from white to cream with ginger and golden tints. The heartwood tends to be much darker while ocasionnally showing beautiful reddish brown tints.


Did you know ? Compared to other hardwoods, the maple’s sapwood (part of the tree just under the bark) is often used in the industry, if not more than the center part of its trunk, called the heartwood which has a much higher density. Throughout the production of our masterpieces, Fabrique B uses both sections of the maple trunk. The Sugar Maple, also called ‘’Hard Maple’’ is considered the king of the Acer Genus.

Black Walnut / Juglans Nigra


Distribution : Northeastern North America


Color : The heartwood color ranges between light brown and dark chocolate brown with even darker lineages. Some shades of gray, purple or reddish may also be present. The sapwood is much paler and ranges from yellow-gray to off-white (nearly white).


Did you know ? Black walnut is highly prized for its dark color. Well known for its strength, this species of wood is also shock resistant. Black walnut usually keeps its shape after being processed. Historically, black walnut has been used for decades in the manufacturing of firearms, furniture, floors, coffins, etc ...

Cherry Wood / Prunus Serotina


Distribution : Eastern North America


Color : The Cherry’s heartwood has shades of pinkish brown when freshly cut. After being exposed to the sun, the heartwood tends to get darker. Over time, the heartwood will show a brown color with reddish hints. The sapwood is much lighter and has shades of yellow.


Did you know ? Cherry wood is well known as one of the easiest woods to transform and has good stability.  During the manufacturing process, Fabrique B uses only the heartwood section for two reasons: its unique color and its resistance to decay.

White birch / Betula papyrifera


Distribution: Northern and central North America


Color: The heartwood tends to be pale brown with reddish highlights. The sapwood, on the other hand, is much paler, nearly white. Birch has very little color distinction between its annual growth rings. This feature gives the birch uniform appearance without very apparent lineage.


Did you know ?  The birch’s white bark: '' mâchecoui '', was used by Native Americans during the manufacturing of bark canoes and kitchen ustensils. The native also used this wood to protect their homes. This bark is currently transformed to create pulp used for paper manufacturing. Also, the birch seeds are appreciated by many birds of North America.