Solid wood or engineered wood furniture? It’s an eternal question that we have to ask ourselves every time we make a purchasing decision. Both have their benefits and drawbacks and suit specific purposes in the home. What matters is not harboring regret when making the purchase decision. Solid wood furniture has […]
When it comes to choosing materials for your home furniture, you can never be cautious enough. Terms like Plywood, Marine Ply, WPC etc. are words which tends to get thrown around a lot in furniture-making, and these days you might be hearing about marine plywood a lot more often. If you’ve always had those niggling doubts about what exactly the difference is, whether there is one at all, when to use it and where, then here’s the answer to those internal questions.
Kitchen Cabinets are the built-in furniture in a kitchen, that provides storage for food, utensils, cooking equipment and other serving dishes and silverware.
Plywood is engineered wood, comprising thin layers (plies) of wood veneer (lamin). Individual layers are glued together, with adjacent wood veneers having their wood grain running at right angles to one another. Plywood belongs to the family of manufactured boards, which also includes MDF and Particle Board.
MDF and Plywood are two kitchen materials often used in designing cabinets and other kitchen furniture. Find out what are their attributes and how each one has its own specific purpose.
There are many factors that contribute to Modular Kitchens and their versatility, prime among them being the material used. Finalizing the right kitchen structure and selecting the right materials for the kitchen can be quite a task. In this blog post, we have broken down the meaning of different terms […]
MDF is an engineered composite wood that has a strong and dense structure and great durability. It is mainly composed of small wood fibers glued compactly together, and not wood grain as found in particle board.