Furniture decorative materials we use for interior design

The materials used for custom-made furniture can be classified into two categories: internal and external. Apart from affecting the price, the main difference lies in the durability of the furniture. Internal materials refer to the primary structure of the furniture, and different types of boards such as plywood and fiberboard determine the load-bearing capacity and moisture resistance of the furniture. On the other hand, the external "decorative surface," such as paint, veneer, and eco-board, impacts the appearance, texture, and ease of cleaning. In the previous article, we discussed the internal materials of furniture boards, and now we will focus on the external decorative surfaces. Below are the commonly used decorative materials we frequently employ.



1. Veneer:

Veneer is a thin slice made by peeling real wood, showcasing the natural grain and texture of wood. Veneer can be applied to various types of boards. In addition to natural wood-grain veneer, there are also artificial wood-grain veneers, which are often made from more affordable wood materials. Veneer can be applied to different types of boards. In addition to natural veneer, stained veneer can also be used to alter the depth of wood color.



2. Brushing Lacquer:

We choose brushing lacquer to ensure high-quality and exquisite furniture paint finishes. Brushing lacquer is a type of paint specifically designed for wood, providing moisture resistance, durability, and corrosion resistance. Despite the term "hand brush," it can also be applied using spray techniques to avoid brush marks. Brushing lacquer is a premium and delicate surface treatment method that offers better control and detail, presenting a natural, rich, and unique texture.



3. Melamine Faced Board:

Melamine Faced Board is a type of board that comes with a decorative surface. The surface of this board resembles fireproof laminate and is made by soaking textured paper in resin. The surface of eco-board features colors and textures that mimic various wood patterns and colors, such as cherry wood, maple, and white oak, among others. Eco-board boasts characteristics such as wear resistance, high temperature resistance, corrosion resistance, waterproofing, moisture resistance, and good load-bearing capacity.


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