Buying Tips For Round Wood Dining Table


Round wood dining table is the ideal table as it has no harmful sharp edge. It can be made from different kind of wood. Hardwoods are normally more costly and sturdier than soft woods. Even the type is the same, colors vary widely among woods but you can alter the original color of various woods by staining or bleaching. Maple, cherry, mahogany, teak, oak, and walnut are some hardwoods that are consider for quality furniture. But, compared to other common used hardwoods, the more difficult wood to craft are cherry and maple. Furniture style, appearance, personal preference and budget are factors to consider when choosing hardwood.

Natural Wood types


Birch is usually used in furniture with clean lines as well as some modern styles. It is swelling, shrinking, and warping resistant with pale tan to nearly white color. Cherry is swelling, shrinking, and warping resistant with reddish-auburn color which is great for Round wood dining table. Ebony is rare but very strong wood used typically in inlays with brown to almost black color. People often highlight its unique grain pattern with black stain. Mahogany is softer hardwood that shrinking and warping resistant making it easier for detail carving with reddish-tan to red color. Maple is very hard wood that is warping, shrinking, and wear resistant with pale beige to auburn color. Other natural hardwoods include oak, Poplar, Rosewood, Teak, Walnut, Cedar, white Pine, and yellow Pine.


Composites are wood products that are made through manufacturing. Plywood is made by gluing and pressing several layers of slim sheets of wood together to make strong single wood. It is warping, swelling and shrinking resistant with white to brown color. People usually use it as support. Particleboard is made by mixing and press tiny wood chips, sawdust, and resin or glue together resulting light to average tan wood. It is wrapped with veneers or laminates to make inexpensive Round wood dining table. Moisture changes could cause swelling and shrinking to particleboard causing the veneer or laminate snaps loose and particleboard splits. Hardboard is similar product to particle board that is manufactured under higher pressure to make a better product.

Veneers and Laminates

Veneers are a thin slice of wood covered to a plywood base or wood and are usually used on budget pieces and high-quality furniture as well. Veneer of an improved wood can be used to wrap several boards of an inferior wood to make a tabletop. Laminates are used to wrap an average-thickness particleboard or fiberboard and hardwood to make the Round wood dining table more convenient, sturdier, easier to clean, and sleeker.