There are many kinds of wood commonly used in solid wood furniture, the most common are: Fraxinus mandshurica, oak (white oak, red oak), rubber wood, pine, beech, walnut, teak, Chinese fir, camphor, elm, Nanmu (Aucklandia), cherry, maple and so on.
In many woods, because different wood properties are different, the positioning of furniture is different.
1. Medium grade wood
The definition of "mid-grade timber" is relatively broad, as the name implies: timber in the middle price.
Rubber wood as hard wood, is a typical representative of middle-grade wood! Because of its relatively low price, all furniture brands will use rubber wood as materials. At the same time, birch, birch and oak are similar, and the price is generally not high, which belongs to middle-grade wood.
2. Medium and high grade wood
The representatives of middle and high-grade wood are beech and elm, commonly known as northern elm and southern beech, as well as catalpa, pine and Manchurian ash.
They have always been common materials for living furniture, and their prices are relatively high-grade imported timber and mahogany, which are both ornamental and practical.
3. High-grade wood
The definition of high-grade wood is relative to other wood, generally including: black walnut, white wax wood, cherry wood, white oak and so on; mostly imported and precious high-quality wood.
Except for making high-grade furniture, high-grade wood is generally used for high-quality veneer materials, which is the decorative element of life furniture.
In the market, some merchants will classify all the furniture with wood as solid wood furniture, which is actually a confusing practice.