Wooden Material Preferences

Solid wood is a natural material cut from a single piece of timber, setting it apart from engineered wood, which is composed of glued-together wood fibers. This natural composition gives solid wood a range of benefits and characteristics that make it an ideal choice for furniture and various other applications.

Recognizing the common concerns about wood's susceptibility to rot and the costs associated with its maintenance, Our specifically opts for rot-resistant wood and applies waterproof coatings to prevent decay or microbial growth. Despite these precautions, maintaining wood furniture remains relatively simple; regular dusting and occasional cleaning with mild soap, towels, and water are generally sufficient to keep a piece looking its best.

Bentwood Features:

  • Structural Integrity: Despite its pliability, bentwood is incredibly strong. The bending process can sometimes even enhance the wood's natural strength, making bentwood furniture both beautiful and durable.

  • Smooth Aesthetics: Bentwood offers a seamless look with fewer visible joints and screws, contributing to its aesthetic appeal. The smooth curves are not just visually pleasing but also ergonomic.

  • Ease of Maintenance: Like other wood types, bentwood is relatively easy to maintain. Regular dusting and occasional cleaning with mild soap and water are usually sufficient to keep bentwood furniture looking new.

Oka Features:

Oak is a type of hardwood known for its strength, durability, and beauty. It is one of the most popular woods used in furniture and flooring due to its resistance to wear and damage.

  • Resistance to Wear and Damage: Oak’s dense and hard structure makes it resistant to scratches, dents, and other forms of damage, contributing to its longevity.

  • Stainability: Oak absorbs stains well, offering a variety of finishes and looks, from natural to darker tones, depending on individual preference.

  • Maintenance Level: While oak requires regular cleaning, it generally needs less maintenance compared to softer woods, retaining its appearance over time.

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