Maro Cristiani with his love for Tuscan hills, its colors and its fruits have realized QOT (Quercia di Origine Toscana) brand to identify all the products born from the tuscan oak wood, an exceptional material for its resistance, quality and hardness. Among the most charateristic results we find the Tuscan Oak barrels. The taste of Read more about Tuscan Oak and wine[…]
The company Maro Cristiani s.r.l. propose an italian, and precisely tuscan, parquet in all its production phases. We start from cutting of the trees that grow a few kilometers from the company –the wood is harvested respecting the conservation of natural resources, under observation and advice of the Forest Ranger; for us, cutting the Read more about Italian and 100% natural parquet[…]
Oak parquet is also … thinness! Our Tuscan Oak is so resistant that we considered the possibility to obtain an ultrathin parquet. The ultrathin parquet, which is perfect for easy and stress-free renovations, is also a great way to enjoy the beauty of the wood, especially when thickness is a limiting factor. Ultrathin Tuscan Oak Read more about Ultrathin Tuscan Oak, the innovation[…]
Tuscan Oak has a great visual impact: it combines its charming beauty with an amazing hardness, two qualities which absolutely make it a leading product in the parquet world. Our Tuscan Oak parquets are obtained by the controlled cut of a series of woods of the Oak family: Turkey Oak, English Oak, Durmast Oak, Downy Read more about Oak Varieties[…]
Oak retains its value over time. However, in order to achieve this, it needs to be carefully looked after. This is our philosophy: to look after something which comes from the hills where we live, making sure that we do anything to love it and preserve it, before offering it as a precious jewel.
100% Made in Italy e ECOLOGICAL Parquet. Tuscan oak produced by Maro Cristiani S.r.l. in an original Tuscan parquet. The oak plants used to obtain this fine parquet are selected under the control of the State Forestry Corps and grow in cultivated woods in Tuscany. Specifically, the area where our wood harvest is processed is Read more about Where does it grow?[…]