Published at Wednesday, September 05th, 2018 - 07:27:54 AM. Furniture. By Gretchen Arnold.
Beside mahogany and mango, Indian rosewood is also used in the manufacture of dark furniture. In fact, furniture designers these days, are carving out more modern designs that sport straight edges and humble artwork. Many of these new designs are able to create a unique look inside a room, ideal for those who don‘t intend to follow the crowd. Before buying any piece of dark furniture, always inquire how much of the product is manufactured from solid wood, particularly in the case of mango and mahogany pieces. Sometimes, solid wood is mixed with veneer to keep the prices down. If the price of the furniture seems to be unbelievably cheap, then that may not be pure dark furniture.
If you opt to buy covers made of inferior plastic or vinyl, your covers may last for two to three years at the most. These types of materials are easily damaged by extremes in temperature. They tend to expand and contract constantly and at such a high level, strain is caused on the stitching thread or heated seams used to put them together. In contrast, higher quality materials are often made to be waterproof, UV resistant, do not expand or contract very much, are lightweight, and some may even have soft linings on the underside to prevent any scratching of the furniture (this is an excellent feature). Examples of these high quality materials are the Tron-Wever fabric, Dupont Tyvek, any high-quality soft-lined vinyl, denier polyester, or the high-tech polypropylene. To see examples of these products, you can peruse a variety of shopping and manufacturers‘ websites. Take your time to see what‘s out there and you‘ll be glad you did!
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