Nowadays, the so-called solid wood dining table and chairs and other furniture sold on the market are still difficult for ordinary people to distinguish, because many so-called "solid wood" are laminated, (such as a layer of paper with patterns on MDF). Like many dining tables, many unscrupulous manufacturers use "cabinet boards" for their desktops in order to reduce costs, with only 4 legs and solid wood surrounding the desktop.
The choice of solid wood dining chair is still very particular.
First, we must identify whether it is real wood. Nowadays, there are a lot of veneer furniture on the market, and the same is true for dining tables and chairs, especially chair surfaces and table tops. The identification method is to visually inspect the wood grain, smell the smell and tap to listen to the sound.
Secondly, it is necessary to identify which solid wood material belongs to. There are many kinds of solid wood furniture materials, and the prices of different materials are very different. There are many names of solid wood furniture materials on the market, and many merchants are confused and name them randomly. This can only be distinguished by professionals, and it is recommended that consumers ask professionals to identify or read the appraisal certificate.
The third depends on the dryness of the solid wood material. The moisture content of solid wood furniture wood is required, generally between 8% and 10%. Solid wood dining tables and chairs exceeding this range are easy to loosen or even crack and deform.
Finally, the choice of solid wood dining table and chairs should be selected according to the home decoration style, personal preferences and economic budget.
In fact, choosing solid wood dining chair is no different from choosing chairs for other purposes. I won’t talk about the styles. See for yourself, choose whatever you like. But if you choose a solid wood chair, it’s easier to look at the bottom.
Take these two chairs as examples, one with braided rope and one with solid wood panels.
If you look at the surface of the chair, it is very likely that you can see the same, but you can see the quality of the workmanship by looking at the bottom.
Very few customers will look at the bottom side, because they don't know that they still need to look at this side, but we can see that the difference is the difference between the good workmanship and the poor workmanship.
The workmanship is meticulous, the quality is better, no burrs can be seen on the bottom surface, and the polishing is also more detailed, and there is no difference between the touch and the panel. What solid wood furniture needs to look at is to look at the details, and the details are what determines a chair. The key to bad things depends on the price. There will always be cheaper ones. The most real thing now is that you get what you pay for. If the money is not in place, the goods will never be in place.
This is the guideline. Don’t believe in the so-called good quality and low price.