In Northern Europe, the beech is being disgruntled as “servant” in contrast to the oak treated as the “king.” But that is not because of inferior quality. As oak grows in a place where sunlight hits well, there is a tendency to spread the branches of trees side by side, resulting in the decrease of areas for building materials.
So adjust sunlight by leaving a fast growing beech tree around the oak tree, trying to grow up the oak tree in search of sunlight. It may be more appropriate for the beech tree under the rim to support in the shade rather than the servants. A pale brownish material color and a fine-looking expression that forms a small spot called oak eyes (crimp). That sophisticated taste has a presence that is not a supporting role.