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  1. BOLD RED Wooden Teppered Temple
    Out of stock

    BOLD RED Wooden Teppered Temple

    MN022
    Rs. 1,599
    Made using : Wood Size in cm: L - 33.02, B - 22.86, H - 40.64
  2. ECOLOG wooden panel/partition screen
    Out of stock

    ECOLOG wooden panel/partition screen

    RST6435
    Rs. 28,999
    Made using : Metal Size in cm: L - 85, B - 52, H - 153
  3. Wooden Shoe/Book/Showpiece Rack

    Wooden Shoe/Book/Showpiece Rack

    RST6427
    Rs. 15,249
    Made using : Solid Wood Size in cm: L - 143, B - 30, H - 141
  4. Meble Elegant Bar Cabinet

    Meble Elegant Bar Cabinet

    RST5983
    Rs. 49,999
    Made using : Brass Size in cm: L - 85, B - 39, H - 120
  5. Victorian Floor Clock

    Victorian Floor Clock

    RST5977
    Rs. 24,349
    Made using : Solid Wood Size in cm: L - 66, B - 14, H - 171
  6. Vintage Three Tier Wooden Stand

    Vintage Three Tier Wooden Stand

    RST5958
    Rs. 12,199
    Made using : Solid Wood Size in cm: L - 46, B - 46, H - 110
  7. Modern Style Wooden Shelf

    Modern Style Wooden Shelf

    RST5943
    Rs. 5,699
    Made using : Solid Wood Size in cm: L - 33, B - 33, H - 72
  8. Wooden Carved Console - Silver

    Wooden Carved Console - Silver

    RST5924
    Rs. 13,549
    Made using : Solid Wood Size in cm: L - 122, B - 43, H - 78
  9. Wooden Designer Cabinet

    Wooden Designer Cabinet

    RST5919
    Rs. 13,349
    Made using : Metal Size in cm: L - 54, B - 38, H - 89
  10. Pyramid Shaped Bookshelf/Rack

    Pyramid Shaped Bookshelf/Rack

    RST5918
    Rs. 18,149
    Made using : Solid Wood Size in cm: L - 152, B - 40, H - 130
  11. Dark Wooden Stool with Magazine Holder

    Dark Wooden Stool with Magazine Holder

    RST5916
    Rs. 8,149
    Made using : Solid Wood Size in cm: L - 35, B - 45, H - 76
  12. Wooden Carved Bookshelf/Shoerack - Yellow

    Wooden Carved Bookshelf/Shoerack - Yellow

    RST5909
    Rs. 8,649
    Made using : Solid Wood Size in cm: L - 64, B - 35, H - 108
  13. Maple Bar On Wheel
    Out of stock

    Maple Bar On Wheel

    RST5907
    Rs. 11,999
    Made using : Metal Size in cm: L - 77, B - 36, H - 95
  14. Maple TV Console

    Maple TV Console

    RST5906
    Rs. 11,649
    Made using : Metal Size in cm: L - 86, B - 42, H - 47
  15. Wooden Taxi Miniature Large

    Wooden Taxi Miniature Large

    RST5904
    Rs. 13,249
    Made using : Wood Size in cm: L - 41, B - 74, H - 55
  16. EMBOSSED Dome Mandir with 2 Storage Drawers

    EMBOSSED Dome Mandir with 2 Storage Drawers

    MN009
    Rs. 2,999
    Made using : Wood Size in cm: L - 38, B - 20, H - 45
  17. EMBOSSED Temple with Drawer - Small

    EMBOSSED Temple with Drawer - Small

    MN006
    Rs. 1,299
    Made using : Wood Size in cm: L - 39, B - 24, H - 14
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Is solid wood furniture best?

Solid wood is definitely the best choice for furniture but, as with any natural material, there can be downsides. Solid wood is more susceptible to changes in climate, which may cause it to crack or warp. It's also more expensive than furniture made from engineered wood products.

Which wood is best for furniture?

  1. Solid wood furniture is typically heavier than a veneered piece. Carved details would also mean a bit is formed of solid wood.
  2. You’ll be ready to feel the grain if a bit is formed of solid wood. Study the direction of the wood grain, too — if the grain on the side doesn't match up to the sting of that on the highest, the piece is perhaps veneered.
  3. Veneered furniture tends to possess a consistent, “finished” appearance on all sides. Solid wood pieces have unfinished parts (stud pieces) on hidden sides, like the underside of a table or the rear of a drawer.
  4. The utilization of edge banding is another mark of a veneered piece. It covers up the unfinished fringe of the veneer.
  5. Ask the salesperson if the piece you plan to shop for is totally solid, fully veneered, or part-solid and part-veneered. This way, you'll also get hints on the way to look after it.

How can you tell if furniture is solid wood?

Solid wood : The highest-quality material for wood furniture is solid wood. This sort of furniture is going to be made up of single pieces of wood, or wood boards that are glued together to form panels — trees are only so wide, after all. If something is described as being made with solid wood, determine if that describes the whole piece or simply certain parts.

Hardwood : Solid wood is often categorized as either hardwood or softwood. Hardwood comes from slower-growing trees and therefore, the wood is denser and more immune to dings. Common hardwoods include oak, ash, walnut, cherry, and maple.

Softwood : Softwood comes from faster-growing trees and therefore, the wood is a smaller amount dense. Some common softwoods are pine, fir, and poplar. Since these trees grow faster, furniture made using their wood tends to be less costly than pieces made up of hardwood.

How Solid wood is described?

The species can describe either the fabric or the stain color. So something described as walnut could be stained that color but actually, be made up of pine. This isn’t necessarily bad — just confirms you recognize what you’re getting. You shouldn’t be paying walnut prices for a bit of furniture made up of less-expensive wood.

Indian wood : tons of Indian furniture is formed from tropical wood species like rubberwood (sometimes referred to as plantation hardwood), mango, acacia, or Sheesham (rosewood). These species can produce a sturdy piece of furniture, but they'll be vulnerable to cracking if they’re coming from a damp environment to a drier one.

Benefits of solid wood : Ensuring that your furniture is one hundred pc solid wood may be a pretty fail-safe thanks to knowing that you’re purchasing something high-quality. Solid wood construction is extremely long-lasting and may be easily refinished and repaired down the road.

Cons of solid wood : Solid wood is certainly the simplest choice for furniture but, like any natural material, there are often downsides. Solid wood is more vulnerable to changes in climate, which can cause it to crack or warp. It’s also costlier than furniture made up of engineered wood products.

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