Purchase of classic solid wood furniture
For a room with constant changes in temperature and humidity level, it is necessary to select furniture of appropriate quality that can withstand these adverse factors. The advantages of solid wood furniture for the kitchen are obvious, because natural wood is highly durable, and due to additional processing it becomes invulnerable to exposure to fungus, mold, even in direct contact with water.
Hardwood, such as oak, beech, ash, as well as birch, walnut, alder, can effectively resist adverse external factors. This does not happen with wood, and additional protection, including a special coating of environmentally friendly paint, varnish or oil, makes it completely invulnerable. In addition, this furniture can withstand heavy loads, which is important for hanging cabinets with utensils.
Also among the advantages are high aesthetics, spectacular appearance and a rich variety of finishes. Features of the manufacture of furniture for the kitchen from the array Production of furniture from the array for the kitchens consists of the following steps:
1. Preparation of raw materials – drying sawn trunks, sawn on unedged and not trimmed board with subsequent sorting and trimming;
2. Production of parts using high-tech CNC machines;
3. Painting, varnishing or coating with special protective oil;
4. Installation of accessories, decor, furniture assembly and delivery.
Finished products are distinguished by a flawless, original appearance due to the unique structure of natural wood, emphasized by decorating and protective compounds. At the same time, light shades are typical for loft and Provence styles, while dark shades are typical for classics. As in the kitchen, in addition to high humidity and temperature extremes, there are other negative external factors, including the formation of steam that carries elements of fat and other organics, the furniture is covered reliable moisture resistant compounds.
Due to its high strength, it is able to withstand various vibration loads that may occur during the operation of household electrical appliances. However, its surface must be protected from exposure to excessively high temperatures – do not put hot dishes on them without special supports.