Advantages of Different Types of Bed and Bed Furniture Materials

Advantages of Different Types of Bed and Bed Furniture Materials Beds hold paramount importance when we about the interiors of a bedroom. In fact we just cannot think about a bedroom without a bed. There are different types of beds and wide variety of materials is also being used for making beds these. Each category has its own advantages. Let’s learn what the advantages are:

Wood beds are the most traditional form of beds. Wood since the ancient period has been used for making furniture. Wood beds can be made out of both soft woods such as Pine, Cedar but mostly out of hard woods such as mahogany, oak, walnut, cherry etc. Wooden beds are known for their durability and strength. Sheesham wood beds are preferred in many Indian houses.

Sheesham wood furniture has a darkish grainier look and sheesham wood furniture is ideal for carving intricate designs and ornamental works characteristic of rajasthani furniture or shekhawati furniture. Thus if you want your wooden bed to bear rich carvings, it is best to visit a renowned furniture e-store and search in the section selling rajasthani furniture or shekhawati furniture. If you buy furniture online, not only do you save a …

Medium Density Fiberboard And Traditional Wood Materials

Medium Density Fiberboard And Traditional Wood Materials Medium density fiberboard or simply called MDF is a compound wood product which is identical to particleboard. It’s made from waste fibers glued together with resin under heat, and pressure. It’s highly functional and can be manufactured and finished to a high standard because it is widely used in these days and as a result, MDF has replaced solid timber.

MDF has replaced all traditional wood materials used by the people because of these reasons:

There are some dangers occur when you work with MDF compared to other wood materials like Softwood and Hardwood products:

The environment formed by completing MDF board acquires a mix of dust of hardwood and dust of softwood. When we cut MDF board there are so many dust particles are released in which free formaldehyde are present and resin with its derivatives are also present. Formaldehyde is imperative organic chemical and mainly found at low levels, commonly lower than 0.03 parts per million in both air i.e. outdoor and indoor air and present mainly in people, foods which we eat and trees. Under current act formaldehyde, hardwood dust and softwood dust are seems to be unsafe to our …