Taking care of your wooden furniture, you guarantee longevity. It’s simple and largely a matter of common sense. Here are some tips to consider:
- The appearance of the jars varies depending on the wood. The natural ripening effect affects the jars. When the tree grows older sections become thicker and the grain pattern is cleaner. Your furniture can be made of different pieces of the same tree, creating a unique contrast markers.
- White areas on your furniture come from the building material of the wood. It is normal that whites and random pigmentations occur on wood. This is not a defect or defect, but an additional feature that emphasizes the uniqueness of your furniture.
- Wood has traces of joints of common markers, which is a natural sign of particular types of wood. They may vary in size and frequency in natural products.
This is what sets our furniture apart from reproduced veneered and laminated furniture. Each piece of furniture is unique and its individual elements are unique.
Keep the wood of your furniture in good condition.
- It is clear that furniture is exposed to various types of accidents, especially when children play at home. Follow these steps to minimize the destruction of everyday use:
- Although your furniture is secured with a special finish, use stands to prevent spills, stains and damage caused by hot dishes.
- The spots are created immediately. Keep all solvents, alcohols, liquids to remove polishing away from the furniture surface.
- Always fix the lamps and never move on the counter.
- Always lift the furniture when moving it and do not drop it.
- Open and close the door and drawers sensitively.
- Avoid placing furniture near radiators, heat sources and fireplaces.
- Do not expose furniture to constant sunlight.
Types of wood:
- Palisander is one of the hardest woods available. Furniture made of hardwood is characterized by an interesting arrangement of the jars, which gives them an elegant and rich look. Only high quality rosewood is used to produce our furniture, so as to ensure the highest quality of appearance and feel in the smallest detail.
The entire building material is obtained from sustainable forests. Which means that the trees used in our products are replaced and forests are managed in a way that benefits the local economy, community and nature. Palisander is a fast-growing species with a rotational period of 6 to 10 years. The level of growth is about 3.7 meters per year.
Palisander is a deciduous tree that belongs to the Dalbergiasissoo family, typical of India, Pakistan and Nepal, and is also known as the Indian palisander. The rosewood building material is the best veneer used in carpentry workshops. Palisander is characterized by golden-brown grain and granulated like ivory white, which makes it an attractive alternative to teak. This wood is extremely durable and well-polished on finishes.