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    Solidwood Mahogany, Maple, Oak, Teak, and Walnut

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    Engineered Wood Cedar, Douglas fir, Juniper, Pine, Redwood, Spruce

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    Veneerwood Finest Materials, Solid Skirting Boards

  • Definition Solidwood is the term used to distinguish between lumber and engineered wood. It is a superlative form wood that has no hollow spaces in its composition, thus being the best for furniture.
  • Quality High in quality and looks, solidwood constitutes to be the finest material for your home furniture.
  • Durability Higher durability and consistency compared to other wood varieties.
  • Looks Exhilarating looks and admirable grace make it a perfect wood for furniture.
  • Cost Comparatively costs more than engineered and veneered wood considering the quality and durability.
  • Reuse Products composed of solidwood can be reused at some point of time to produce new useful products.
  • Definition A versatile alternative to solidwood, engineered wood is manufactured by binding together wood strands, fibers, etc. with adhesives under heat and pressure.
  • Quality Since it is composed using various wood forms, it is not the same throughout, therefore not high in quality.
  • Durability A combination of woods make it a somewhat durable wood for home furniture.
  • Looks A heterogeneous composition of various woods means varied looks from each angle.
  • Cost Since the wood is composed of a variety of woods, therefore comparatively lower in cost.
  • Reuse Can be reused only under certain conditions and based on how the wood was previously used.
  • Definition A technically thin layer of solid wood, usually thinner than 1/8 of an inch. The wood is typically bonded with adhesives to a cheaper surface that is hidden below.
  • Quality Veneered wood is a lower quality of timber that can only be used with a supreme quality wood for best results.
  • Durability Not a durable wood; therefore, not a great choice for home furniture.
  • Looks Being a part of solidwood it has elegant looks that can be used in furniture finish.
  • Cost An affordable wood piece for home furniture, but can be used only if you can compromise on quality.
  • Reuse Not the type wood that can be easily reused under any possible circumstances.
Wood Identification
What is Hardwood?

A category of wood that is obtained from the deciduous species of broad-leaved trees. All hardwoods are angiosperms (flowering plants), the largest group of land plants. Hardwood is contrasted to softwood, which comes from conifers, cone-bearing seed plants. It’s a superlative quality of wood that is considered to be the best for home furniture.

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Hard Wood
Hard Wood
What is Softwood?

Softwood is wood from gymnosperm trees such as conifers. The wood is the source of about 80% of the world's production of timber. Considering the composition and quality of softwood it is not regarded as a supreme quality of wood for home furniture. Being a heterogeneous mixture of woods, it doesn’t appear beautiful and durable like hardwood.

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Soft Wood
Soft Wood
Why Choose Us

“It takes a special touch & Imagination to custom design your furniture”
We understand that furniture no longer attributes for “one size fits all”, so we offer an endless array of customization options to make sure the furniture is perfect for your home space! Crafting each unit with premium quality & best solid wood we ensure a lasting durability. We offer furniture for every budget!

  • Wide Design Range
  • Premium Quality
  • Affordable Price
  • Easy Return
  • Easy EMI
  • Free Installation & Delivery
Composition of Hardwood and Softwood

Softwoods contain more glucomannans than hardwoods, while hardwoods contain more xylans. Hardwoods are generally far more resistant to decay than softwoods when used for exterior work. However, solid hardwood joinery is expensive compared to softwood and most hardwood doors, for instance, now consist of a thin veneer bonded to MDF, a softwood product.

  Hardwood Softwood
Cellulose 42+2% 45+2%
Hemicellulose 27+2% 30+5%
Lignin 28+3% 20+4%
Extractives 3+2% 5+3%