Published at Monday, February 12th, 2018 - 01:49:54 AM. Dining Room Table. By Alina Freundlich.
When material other than wood is desired in a dining room table, acrylic and glass are options. There are limitations as well as advantages to these material choices. The limitations are they tend not to have leaves for the increase or decrease in table size. Weight of the table is a factor, with glass tables being the heaviest and wood and acrylic being the lightest. Ease of care are found in the glass and acrylic tables since one does not have to be so careful about spills on glass or acrylic as they do with wood finishes.
Popular examples of solid hard wood are cherry, oak, or maple. These trees are grown in forests and harvested by wood companies that strictly follow a replanting scheme. Getting a table made of genuine wood also means taking a further step towards conserving Mother Nature. A table made of solid wood material uses less toxic and artificial materials like glue or paint. It will also last for a long time, saving costs and resources for repair or replacement. And since its appearance is classic, it will be fondly used for years and years to come.
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