– Serves as one of the world’s most stunning mediums for beautiful furniture and thought to be the hardest, strongest and best quality type of wood.
– It comes in unique shades of dark reddish-brown to pale pinks.
– Properties: Strong, with a uniform pore structure and poorly defined annual rings that marries beauty with durability.
– The best way to care for your mahogany furniture is to put a finish on it. This will not only enhance the natural beauty of the wood but will also provide protection for years to come.
– One of the most beautiful and practical materials for creating premium quality furniture.
– The acacia tree grows very slowly which makes the wood incredibly hard and durable that is resistant to wear and tear
– Depending on how the wood is finished, it can look light or dark. Taking care of Acacia furniture is not that hard especially if you purchase a finished acacia wood furniture piece, since waxing is not recommended.
– Denser than some hardwoods that can be a very useful material for interior furniture.
– Pine is very affordable and lightweight with a pale finish which is great for staining.
– Durable and resistant to termites, bacteria, fungal attacks, and moisture because of their superior absorption characteristics.
– Pine blends well with other woods, making it ideal if you are looking for furniture that will match existing pieces in your home.
– Pine woods usually need a primer before painting or a sealant before applying stain to achieve a more even finish.
– Popular in making furniture due to its lightness and durability.
– Insect proof and water resistant.
– Gmelina wood plus fine finishing = good export quality.
– Manufactured from durable face and core veneers.
– Performs longer in both humid and wet conditions and resists delaminating and fungal attack.
– This is a type of hardwood plywood made with thin layers of all hardwood, which generally is stronger and harder and has finer grain than softwood.
– Also good for outdoor furniture projects that will receive a good protective finish.
– Giving your furniture a duco finish involves hiding the natural grain of wood and covering it in a layer of opaque paint.
– Has the ability to give a luxurious and expensive look to any ordinary furniture.
– Gives you the freedom to choose from a variety of color options or even create your own special color.
– Top coat that is very durable because it contains a higher ratio of solids.
– Surpasses most other finishes in its resistance to water, heat, solvents and other chemicals.
– Soaks into the wood to provide a decorative and sometimes preservative finish. Darkens or colors wood.